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Nivea Ortiz

San Juan, Puerto Rico, US

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Nívea Ortiz was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
She earned the degree of Bachelor in Fine Arts with a major in Illustration from Pratt Institute in New York City.
Back in Puerto Rico, she began her professional career at the leading newspaper El Nuevo Día, illustrating covers and articles for the sections Por Dentro, De Viaje and De Moda.
She collaborated in Dialogo, the University of Puerto Rico’s newspaper and in Caras fashion magazine.
She also has a prominent career in the field of children’s illustration.

Her clients include Penguin Random House, La Editorial de la Universidad de P.R., Ediciones SM, Ediciones Santillana, McGraw Hill, Alfaguara Infantil-Juvenil, Ediciones Norte, El Nuevo Dia, Dreyfous & Assoc., Méndez & Co./ PR Heineken Jazz Fest, Taubman Co./ The Mall of San Juan, Edsel Gómez/ Grammy Award-winning latin jazz pianist and Canica,LLC.

Her work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators N.Y., the Publishers Association of the West, The Society of Newspaper Design and the Asociación de Fotoperiodistas de P.R.

She was named winner of the "My San Juan Mural" 2015 contest held by The Mall of San Juan, P.R.'s premier shopping destination.

Among her most recent distinctions, she won the P.R. Heineken Jazz Fest poster design competition in 2012, 2013 and 2017.

Recipes By Nivea Ortiz

Coquito by Nivea Ortiz

San Juan, Puerto Rico, US

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Coquito is a frothy coconut drink spiked with rum traditionally served in Puerto Rico at Christmas.

Olives, the original tapas. by Nivea Ortiz

San Juan, Puerto Rico, US

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Stuffed Olives/Aceitunas Rellenas.

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Pomegranate Feast by Nivea Ortiz

San Juan, Puerto Rico, US

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Playful pomegranates/Granadas juguetonas.

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Piña Colada by Nivea Ortiz

San Juan, Puerto Rico, US

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The piña colada (Spanish: piña, pineapple and colada, strained) is a sweet cocktail made with rum, coconut cream, and pineapple juice, usually served either blended or shaken with ice. It may be garnished with a pineapple wedge, a maraschino cherry, or both. The piña colada has been the national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978.

Shrimp & Jack Quesadilla! by Nivea Ortiz

San Juan, Puerto Rico, US

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Shrimp & Jack Quesadilla Kraft recipe.