Artist, Jaymee Paddock Weinreich, located to the rainforest mountains of Ceiba, in Eastern Puerto Rico in 1998 after earning a Bachelor of Fine Art degree from Florida International University in Miami, Florida. She claims a Puerto Rican heritage on the side of her mother.
The artist works in a number of mediums including oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor and pencil. Commissions, including several large scale environment rainforest and ocean murals and various commercial works in different materials for 3-D displays, are found throughout the island. Her paintings include rainforest themes, portraits of people, ocean creatures, landscapes, and fantasy.
She is co-founder of the East End Art Guild of Puerto Rico, founded in 1999, and for three years authored her own column for El Playero, a Hispanic newspaper in Brevard County, Florida about artists, their work and philosophies. Since 2005, Weinreich has exhibited and sold her work in EL Portal Visitor’s Center in El Yunque National Forest on a monthly basis.
In December 2008, she opened her first gallery known as Maji Lina Gallery & Art Center. In October 2012, she relocated to co-op Galería Fusión Isleña as a third member located in Centro de Bellas Artes in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
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