Hilda Freyre is a visual storyteller. Her body of work is a pictorial narrative that reflects the artist's interpretation of the sentiment.
The inspiration in Freyre’s subject matter derives from the notion that her scenery may be drastically different in a few years, or gone altogether. Environmental changes, overpopulation, urban growth are but a few factors that attract the artist to capture the current landscape. Her characteristic loose brushwork, warmth-infused surfaces and fresh painterly approach are evident in her body of work.
She has shown her work at the Museum of Ventura County, Santa Paula Art Museum, Marcela’s Art Gallery, Buenaventura Gallery, Bell Arts Factory, among others, and has been featured in national publications such as SkyWest Magazine, Southwest Art Magazine, Montecito Magazine and the Los Angeles Times.
Hilda is a member of SLOPE (San Luis Obispo Painters for the Environment).