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Marta’s early works are mostly realistic but recently she discovered fluid acrylic pouring. Embellishing the unexpected result of acrylic pouring with traditional painting is now her new unique style
Marta is a Visual Artist, based in Brisbane, Australia with a Bachelor of Interior Architecture from the University of Art, Berlin (Germany). In 1983 Marta decided to make Australia her new home. She worked 6 years in Sydney as Interior designer before moving to Brisbane in 1989. Throughout her working life, Marta was always interested in Visual Art and after retiring from work in 2008, she started a Diploma in Visual Art at the Bremer TAFE in Ipswich, which she finished in 2011.
Since then, Marta has exhibited in several membership exhibitions as a member of Logan Artist Association, Member of Somerset Art Society, and as Member of Boonah Art Society. She also works as a volunteer at the Logan Art Gallery and has attended many of the different workshops they offer. Marta is also an active volunteer at the Art West Art Gallery at Mt Ommaney
Marta has had several Solo Exhibitions through SASI Art at the Glenrock Gallery in Esk and is exhibiting with the art programs of the Royal Women’s Hospital as well as the St Vincent Hospital. She regularly exhibits at all member exhibitions at the Art West Community Gallery
For several years Marta taught Acrylic Painting for adults and children at the Inala Art Gallery before starting her own art group from her studio at Forest Lake.
Marta’s art is mostly inspired by nature, the flora and fauna of the lake and parklands around the lake in Forest Lake where she lives, but also from the ocean life, as she often joins her husband on his boat trips around Moreton Bay.
Recently Marta discovered Fluid Acrylic pouring and she now often combines this new technique with her more realistic style. While her earlier work is controlled and precise, by combining both styles Marta’s latest pieces capture and celebrate the unexpected, unique, and sometimes chaotic beauty of nature without trying to contain it.