Hilda Rindom Biography
Hilda was born in Cuba from European parents who immigrated to Cuba and then later moved to the U.S. She is now a U.S. citizen. Hilda has attended some of the finest art schools, but has been mostly self taught. Her work has been selected many times to be exhibited in fine art galleries and museums. Hilda has painted with all mediums, but her love is with "oils". Hilda's love of people led to her portrait work. She prefers to do works in a Impressionistic style, especially work she calls "art with humor". She loves color so it is always emphasized in her paintings. Hilda's works have been published in five different countries. France, Holland, Germany, Sweden and the United States. Hilda has studied the art of many different countries and has painted in many different styles, but her love remains with French Impressionism. What this really means is the Hilda has a universal appeal throughout the world. Hilda just loves to paint, in her own words "I Live to Paint". Hilda's works are in the collections of many international corporations and private individuals.