Isabel Perez was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She majored in Fine Arts at the Cristobal Rojas School of Arts and received a scholarship in drawing I and II at the Federico Brandt Art Institute. Perez completed studies in stained glass, wood carving, molding and photography .In her works she uses many different medium including oil, acrylic and mixed media technique. She has exhibited widely, both nationally and internationally. Isabel Perez Salazar is an Art Instructor at the Coral Springs Museum of Art and is part of the Kaleidoscope Project.
In 2013 she won the signature Artist competition at the Coral Springs Festival of the art. Among many of her achievements, she received first place in the Sculpture competition at the Ateneo del Hatillo in Venezuela: first place with Faber- Castell at the National Art Gallery in Caracas, Venezuela: Best in Show at the Broward Art Guild 59th anniversary Exhibit: Best in mixed media in the Art Competition at the Glass Gallery in Pembroke Pines: and Best in show in the Gator Glam Project with the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. Additionally, she won Honorable Mention at The colors of Diversity at FIU in Miami.