About the Book
“Balloons are symbolic of our aspirations, they are a reflection of our strong urge from within to let go. With this in mind, “Over the Rainbow” aims to allow kids (of all ages) to let go of anything negative, even if for a moment, and experience true joy.”
A Texas native, Analy Diego was introduced into the art world at a young age by her grandfather, a skilled caricaturist. She started painting with watercolor and oils at the age of six, and continues doing so until this day. Analy graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio with a B.S. in Interior Design and Masters in Architecture. While in school, she developed an acute attention to form and space associated with architecture. This refined her visual and analytical skills, thus strengthening her focus on the ties between art and design. As an Architecture and Design instructor, Analy continues to expand her artistic knowledge through her teaching methods. She draws inspiration from different color theorists and architects, such as Josef Albers, Charles and Ray Eames and Frank Lloyd Wright. However, references to contemporary subjects and current social issues frequently appear in her work.