Marta is a self-taught visual artist currently based in London.
Originally from Poland, Marta has grown up in an artistic family where she was influenced by her family’s creativeness and artistic atmosphere. Although she never studied nor attended professional art classes, she has been developing her art since early ages.
Her art is mainly focused on people’s negative behaviour, which is reflected by various images of clowns, jesters and masks, but also Chinese, Japanese culture and astrology. Not long ago, she started to experiment with abstract painting breaking the boundaries of standard canvas shape.
She believes that true artistic talent cannot be learned, but gifted.
Imagine a dreamt piece of art you will keep forever. How would it look like? It is hard to say because our taste in art can change over time. We evolve every day and experience new things that are shaping our personality, views or tastes.
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A Puzzle Art painting is made out of five different puzzles. These five puzzles can be composed in many combinations. The owner can compose different art installations by putting selected puzzles of painting together. By having Puzzle Art you have more than 100 options to hang your art on the wall. You can use your imagination to change the inside decor of your beautiful modern house. 100 options sounds better than having one square painting, right?
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