Eneida Colon came from Chicago, Illinois and became a resident of Tucson, Arizona in 1989. Her diverse education studying cosmetology, art of haute couture fashion, interior design, stained glass, glass blowing, jewelry, photography, ceramic and sculpture has lead to an informative and creative set of careers and life.
Eneida’s activity and dedication in coordinating events within the Tucson fine arts community has lead her to be a respected part of local vernacular. Working with several local art institutions such as The Tucson Museum of Art, and Sculpture Resource Center in Tucson. She provides a vehicle for communication between organizations. She is a member of, Tucson Museum of Art Contemporary Art Society also Romero house potters, Arizona Glass Alliance, and a member of the International Art Exchange. She has exhibited her work and France, Mexico, and the US. Her art work is being sold at the Cactus Wren Gallery in Tucson, AZ. ,Hugh Cabot in Tubac,AZ. and Southern Arizona Contemporary art museum gift shop.
Within her own artwork, she has developed a unique and identifiable working style of relief mix media collage, ceramic, metal sculptor and stained glass which is sought after in the local art markets. Her stained glass constructions incorporate elements that stem from Frank Lloyd Wright and Tiffany with a distinct characteristic of her own.
Eneida is an International artist, alternative relief mix media collage artist in stained glass, ceramic, metal and three-dimensional artwork. Her art explores unexpected materials such as found objects, blown glass, gemstones and agates, precious metals, wire meshes, bones, ceramic, woods, leathers, feathers, and silver.
Eneida’s idiosyncratic styling combines texture, line, and unexpected materials. Her constructions reveal unexpected low to high relief elements plus motion and line work which is the essential foundation of her motif. Driven by an innate impulse and purpose for design, Eneida works with sensibilities steeped in traditional stained glass, mixed media and sculptures however, she is inventive and forever challenging convention.