“What really matters to me is the inevitable connection between my art and the spectator…”
Originally from Caracas, Martha moved to USA in 1980 and has dedicated her artistic career to the visual arts, fine arts and design. Co-founder of a non-profit organization since bringing art to different communities is an important part of her work. Martha has earned a B.A. in Fine Arts and has completed advanced studies in Design. She was an instructor at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and Creative Director for years. Her art has been exhibited by galleries and presented in several shows and projects nationwide as well as overseas, such as: The “Art for Life” exhibit and auction OAS, Washington DC, The “Soffer Collective” NYC, Agora Gallery Soho, One Woman Show Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, The Andrews Art Museum NC, The Wirtz Gallery Coral Gables, “Earth Day Floating Exhibit” Houston Cultural Center, Exhibitions at Showrooms in DCOTA Dania Beach, The “One Ear Society”, Coconut Grove, Private collections’ exhibits Caracas. Different Publications have presented her art, including: Studio Visit magazine, Florida Design magazine, Home Miami magazine, Art Club magazine, International Dictionary of Contemporary Art and Literature – Spain, Encyclopedia of Living Artists in America. Martha now resides in Delray Beach where she continuous to create her work.