I stumbled upon the work of this artist just a few months ago on Pinterest. I saw one abstract painting in blue that looked like a an indigo dye batik fabric. I clicked on the link to her website. I spent the new hour pouring through all of the beautiful watercolor paintings on her site. They can so easily be applied to any end use; fabric, china, greeting card, nail art and anything one can imagine. I am not sure why I have never heard of her and her work. Peruse the site and read the “About’ and “faq” sections to get a better feel for who she is.
It is rare that I encounter such a talent who has no interest in self-promotion or collaborative efforts. She simply likes to paint. Check out these images and visit her website: http://www.lulisanchez.com/home I do know know why any home textiles company has not licensed any of these designs for use in home decorating fabrics. Or, maybe they have bought her paintings and used them, but not her name. Help me out here!!!
Her home page does say that she worked in the fashion textile industry for 18 years and currently collaborates with West Elm. She’s worked with Kate Spade and Diane Von Furstenburg among others, so it looks like she is known to those “in the know”. Thanks for helping me become one of those elite few. She is amazing and her work is right up my taste alley!CTD
I am just now seeing your comment. ‘So sorry and not sure why I didn’t see it. I just went back to her site and saw that. I sweat to God it wasn’t there before. It makes perfect sense. I was blown away, too, when I saw her work!