Leonor Alvim Brazão was born in Lisbon, Portugal, but spent her youth in Brazil, where she studied visual arts, music and dance. She obtained a degree in Visual Communication from the Mackenzie University and a postgraduate degree in Arts Education from the Centro Universitário Claretiano. Upon her return to Lisbon, Leonor began a career in advertising where she worked as an art director for several advertising agencies.
Currently she lives in Northern Virginia, where she works and exhibits her artwork regularly. She is a visual artist, graphic designer, poet and educator. In her role as a director for an art education company she inspires children and adults worldwide with her creativity.
Leonor's work can be seen at the Exhibition Roots/Raizes at the Embassy of Portugal in Washington, DC. https://fb.watch/3zF1bO8H3r/
This event is part of the Portuguese American Art Gallery virtual exhibition, made possible by PALCUS, PUSCC, The Embassy of Portugal and FLAD.
Learn more about Leonor at http://www.brazao.com/