For Baudelaire, a work of art is made of two elements: one, eternal and invariable, which is contributed by the artists's personality, and the other, relative, temporary and circumstantial, with reference to the period.
My hand dances to the sound of my experience, the only eternal element of one's personality. Urging and rapidly, it moves between enigmatic figures which become longer in infinite and temporary time, invariable and circumstantial, directing the brush between analogies and theories of color. However, when my hand dances best, is when it rhythmically represents the soul's unchained disturbances.
1982 School of Applied Arts, Burgos. Specialty in gilding.
1987-1989 Studies of the English language, Columbia University, New York.
1982-1992 A.A.S. Degree in Interior Design, New School for Social Research, Parsons School of Design, New York.
1993-1994 Studies with Professor of Fine Arts, Amadeo Rocca, Madrid.
1993-1998 Master of Fine Arts (Painting), Faculty of Fine Arts, Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain.
A number of her paintings are distributed amongst several international corporate art collections, such as Mercedes-Benz-Berlin, Investcorp Bank-Bahrain, Healey & Baker- Madrid, and a number of private collectors.
Place of Birth: Valencia/Spain
2004 / 2005 © Maria Aparici von Puttkamer