Image transfer and charcoal in drawing paper. Shows images of the home town and the life of the artist.
Artist: Maria Bernal Diaz
Size: 48″ by 36″ inches.
Medium: Charcoal drawing.
Prominent colours: Black and orange.
Diaz Maria Bernal
Maria is a 26 year old extrovert woman who enjoys art, nature, animals and music. Her passions include the making of Art, studying Art History, Archaeology, Art Restoration and Dog Training.
Maria Bernal Diaz is a Spaniard artist based in New York City. Originally from Seville, Spain, she started studying art since she was twelve years old and appreciates the beauty of traditional and abstract art. She has a passion for architecture, design and mathematics that she grasped from her parents, a mathematician and an architect. Her paintings are based on the concept on line being infinite and everything in this world being made out of lines. She also makes sugar sculptures condemning the abuse in the consumption of sugar in the United States and how it has affected too many people in the country. Maria got her Associates Degree in Applied Sciences of Studio Art in Westchester Community College (Valhalla, NY) and is now working towards a Bachelor Degree in Studio Art at Hunter College (New York, NY).
Sculpture and 2D design artworks at the Fine Arts Gallery at Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY, on Fall 2016. 22 paintings at the Fine Arts Gallery at Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY, on Spring 2018. 1 ceramic art work of 7 pieces at the Student Gallery (11th floor) of Hunter College, NYC, on Spring 2018. Paintings and Prints at Ashok Jain Gallery, NYC, on Fall 2018. (Oct. 1st – Oct. 14th)
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