C. Mahomar is an eclectic visual artist who has thrived in expressionism and conceptual art for many years. She has explored different artistic disciplines including drawing, writing and photography to create compelling desaturated works that capture the nuances of her existential perspective on life. Her career as a visual artist started with minimalistic monochromatic drawing pieces and her series seres. In 2007, Mahomar began to explore photography as a medium to express her vision through portraiture, landscapes, architecture and on stage live music events. Her works have been featured in several galleries and exhibitions around the globe that focus on expressionism.
For the past ten years, Mahomar has been devoted to pursuing her creative interests and recording her thoughts, feelings, and observations. In 2016, she began a project entitled sentīre which delved into her own experiences with anxiety - using art as an expressive outlet and a form of therapy. By developing this body of work, Mahomar took the first steps on a journey of healing and discovery that continues to this day.
The project has seen her explore multiple mediums and expressions - from painting and drawing to digital media, music, photography and writing - all with the aim of conveying her experiences with trauma and mental health. Through these artworks, Mahomar seeks to show the physical and emotional impact of anxiety, as well as encouraging viewers to explore their own feelings.
Mahomar's work is passionate, thought-provoking and transformative - it represents a unique journey of self-discovery that is both intimate and universal in its appeal. Her continued exploration of expressionism through art will no doubt continue to inspire viewers for many years to come.
In 2019, Mahomar created a project that aimed to capture the everyday lives of people living in Northwest India through photojournalism. Entitled NOROESTE, this series of photographs sought to explore the expressive behavior of everyday life.
Despite the challenges brought by 2020's pandemic year, Mahomar continued to push her boundaries and explore new mediums. Her efforts are now materializing in the form of multiple collections that are set to be released in 2023.
Today, Mahomar's artwork continues to challenge viewers to look beyond the surface emotions of fear and sadness to uncover powerful messages about finding strength in vulnerability and love. Her works are a reminder that our struggles can lead us not only to understanding, but to acceptance and growth.
2019 sentīre, Festival des Arts et Cultures Numériques, Centre Intermondes, La Rochelle, France
2017 sentīre, Wynwood Juried Show, Curator's Voice Art Project, Miami, Florida
sentīre, La Huella del Gran Abstracto, MIN Museo para la Identidad Nacional, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
2016 sentīre, Instituto Hondureño de la Cultura Hispánica, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
sentīre, Signature, Raw Artists, Melrose Ballroom, New York City, New York
2010 seres, Gran Festival de Pintura Hondureña, Damas Rotarias, Mall Multiplaza, Honduras
2009 seres, Realismo en Dibujo, Chamo Estudio, Hotel Plaza Florencia. Tegucigalpa, Honduras
2019 Sentïre, Caroline Mahomar, 2019, www.festivalzero1.com/projets/sentire
2017 Zuha Kafati, Hondureña Caroline Mahomar: Artista Visual en Nueva York. Ruta 5. @ruta5hn .
2016 Helga Sierra, "Sentīre: An Art Show". H. Sierra Designs, Nashville, Tennessee.
Alejandra Paredes, ""sentīre" en el IHCH". Cromos Magazine, 130. Honduras.
Leonela Paz, ““sentīre”, una muestra artística para los sentidos”. Diario La Prensa, 39. Honduras.
Samaí Torres, “Exposición “sentīre”, una muestra para los sentidos de Caroline Mahomar”. Diario El Heraldo, 64. Honduras.
Ana Flores, “Arte de Caroline Mahomar en la Cultura Hispánica”. Diario La Tribuna, 40. Honduras.
José Vargas, “sentīre por Caroline Mahomar y Roiel Benitez”. Jose Vargas Studio, Honduras.
“Instalación de arte: sentīre”. Marca País Honduras, Honduras.
“Love the work from artist and photographer Caroline Mahomar”. Raw New York City, New York.
2013 Kevin Mejía, “Fotógrafa Caroline Mahomar”. Revista Buenas Compras, 11. Honduras.
2012 “Desde el lente de Caroline Mahomar”. Revista Click, 10-11. Honduras.
Fernanda Mejía, “Caroline Mahomar, una joven con creatividad fuera de serie”. Diario La Tribuna, 21. Honduras.
2009 Wendy Aguilar, “Tela, sede del Señorita Honduras”. Diario El Heraldo, 29. Honduras.