Venezuelan born, Marinés Adrianza is a self taught multidisciplinary artist. Her work finds inspiration in her passion for macro photography and her studies of human behavior and emotion. She considers her studio a laboratory for experimenting with mediums and techniques.
Adrianza's practice finds inspiration in her passion for macro photography and her studies of human behavior and emotion. A depiction of an internal world that connects nature and the the quotidian with the artist’s own subconscious mind. Adrianza utilizes layers of translucent paint mixed with many materials such as oil sticks and graphite to represent, visual, psychological or emotional aspects of life. She is interested in the gestures and rhythmic spurts of the hand while painting as she believes it's an inexplicable language that can be experienced by the viewer evoking an emotion.
Her work was been shown in galleries across the country. And she’s been most recently featured in the City of Los Angeles Latino Heritage Month Calendar, Create! Magazine, Juniper Rag Magazine and Women United Art Magazine.
When she’s not involved in the making or contemplation of art, she is teaching and furthering her sensory education in the kitchen or in the wild with her two children in Los Angeles, CA.
2023 PARADISO SOCIAL CLUB (Group) New Art Center. Newton, Massachusetts
2023 PRISMATIC HUMANS (Featured Artist) The Corridor Art Gallery. Los Angeles, CA
2022 LOOK DEEPER PROJECT (Solo) Blossom Market. Los Angeles, CA
2022 TEXTURES & SHAPES (Group) Las Laguna Art Gallery. Laguna Beach, CA
2022 FASHION ART & DESIGN ( Group) Doral Contemporary Art Museum. Miami, FL
2022 MIEL (Group) Solar DTLA. Los Angeles, CA
2022 PERECT IMPERFECTIONS: FACES & FIGURES. (Group) Women United Art Movement
2022 LIMINAL (Group) Solar DTLA. Los Angeles, CA
2022 ORIGIN (Group) Jean McDonough Art Center. Worcester, MA
2018 CONEXIONES (Solo) Amara Cafe. Pasadena, CA
2017 UNTAMED (Solo) Jones Coffee. Los Angeles, CA
2022 WOMEN UNITED ART MAGAZINE Issue II
2022 City of Los Angeles "Latino Heritage Month Calendar and Cultural Guide.
2022 "Si Te Digo La Verdad...Te Miento" - Book cover
2022 “A Veces Sabe Limón, Otras A Caramelo" - Book cover
2021 JUNIPER RAG Vol. 2
2021 City of Los Angeles "Latino Heritage Month Calendar and Cultural Guide.
2020 City of Los Angeles "Latino Heritage Month Calendar and Cultural Guide.
2020 Hannah Stone's “GOD'S AGAINST THIS" -Album cover
2018 "Un Pollito Curioso" - Children's book written and Illustrated