Alma Ramirez Studio

Alma Ramirez Studio

Alma Ramirez Artist Statement
From her studio in St. Augustine, Florida, Alma Ramirez recites the poetry of nature—sounds of the ocean, smells in the air, dappled light on the water, colors warmed by the sun— painting arrangements of tones and shapes that speak of emotions, beauty, and peace.

Inspiration for her style came from an unlikely conspiracy between nature and technology when she accidentally fumbled her camera into the water while capturing a panorama. She was disheartened, but the images on the card were wonderfully broken and distorted, showing Alma the landscape from a different perspective that deeply resonated with her as an artist and storyteller. Over the years, Alma has honed and further developed this new way of seeing.

Studying the harmony of colors and light, she layers acrylic paint onto canvas or wood panel, articulating the feelings and mood transmitted by a scene. Through this vision, Alma shares her artistic journey and love of nature with the world.


Alma Ramirez Studio

134 Riberia Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084


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Featured Venues

Fort Mose Historic State Park

fort-moseFort Mose Historic State Park is the site of the first legally sanctioned free African settlement in what is now the United States. In 1738, the Spanish governor of Florida chartered the settlement of Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose, or Fort Mose for short, as a settlement for those fleeing slavery from the English colonies in the Carolinas. Over the next 25 years, Fort Mose and Spanish Saint Augustine became a sanctuary for Africans seeking liberation from the tyranny of English slavery.

St. Augustine Visitor Information Center (VIC)

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