Reyna Noriega is a Florida-based freelance photographer, graphic artist, illustrator, blogger, and teacher. To say she does it all is an understatement. When she’s not concentrating on her own art, her Creator Connect network helps other creatives build their platforms.
I love how Reyna uses her art to encourage other artists. A lot of her designs are representative of the creative experience. One of her pieces that I love depicts a one hand putting a heart into another hand. The heart says, “friends who pay” and both hands are wrapped in a vine with dollar bills as the thorns. As she explains in her caption, the illustration is a “thank you” to supportive, encouraging friends who are willing to pay for or promote her art without hesitation. It’s such an important piece for creatives of all types because support (or lack thereof) is a shared struggle for us all and it’s such a dope way to address it.
She also has created logos for some local businesses and events. From Belle Luxe Creations to BOOS Breakfast and Brunch, each of her designs is professional and stylish. She also creates flyers for events in and out of Florida. Aside from her artwork, she gives other artists a chance to show their talents. Through the Creator Connect network founded by Donnavan Kirk, you can upload a photo or idea and select an artist to help your idea come to life. If you’re interested in finding an artist, visit their Instagram page at @creatorconnect.cc.
If you’d like to learn more about Reyna Noriega and her artwork, visit her website at reynanoriega.myportfolio or visit her Instagram page at @reynanoriega_.