"My paintings are a combination of geometry and symbolism. Every work tells a story. The most inspirational subjects are science, love and its mechanics, a universe of entanglement and ancient history."
"Everything you can imagine is real." - Pablo Picasso
Maria Linares Freire is an artist that reflects her views of the universe through drawing, painting, photography and digital media. She was born in Andalucia, Spain which was also the birthplace for her passion for geometry hidden in nature.
Maria moved to London in 1998 where she developed her artistic career. Since 2015 she has been exhibiting in central London and also had a painting projected on the Moon surface in 2015. She was the winner of British Woman Artist award July 2019 and published in the book "Contemporary Art Collectors" Japan edition as one of the most investable artists of 2020. Her early love for geometry and science drastically influenced her designs shaping her practice to be the unique art we see today.
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