Camie Rigirozzi is a Broomfield artist who uses art as therapeutic self-expression.
Influenced by local fellow artists, Salvador Dali — a Spanish surrealist artist — and mixed media artists, Rigirozzi's art features pieces concerning the human condition, relationships and animals, especially cats and llamas, she said.
Rigirozzi uses a combination of mixed media and Linocut prints to connect to those around her.
"There is no mystery or magic about me — I just make art. I make it every day because mentally I need to. It allows me to connect my inner world with people outside of myself. It is a joyful moment for me when someone likes what I've made, and an even cooler experience when they understand it the way that I've meant it," Rigirozzi stated.
The Art Gallery Series is a new addition to the Broomfield Leader. In this series, we will share a local artist's favorite work while sharing a little bit about them. Artists are asked for fill out a questionnaire and send digital photos or videos of their art to [email protected]. All art styles are accepted and will be published at the discretion of the editor.