viernes, 11 de enero de 2013




 El Instituto de Artes Gráficas de Oaxaca y el  Centro de las Artes de San Agustín le invita  a conocer la serie de Dibujos del Proyecto

Seahorse Symphony 2
 Maria Dubin

 Salón 1 en la planta alta 
 Viernes 11 de enero 2013





 
Maria Dubin is an internationally renowned artist exploring - through her large format paintings - a world of biological and botanical elements. In her recent part of her career, she has developed a special interest for depicting microscopic elements, not visible to the naked eye such as plants, enzymes, fungus or bacteria. By painting these fragments of nature, she reveals what is seen under the microscope of a scientist and bridges science and art. She has recently finished a large calligraphic wall-painting, more than a thousand square meters, at Rambøll headquarters in Aarhus. During the working process, all visitors and employees were invited to see her painting, ask questions, and talk about the process of creation. Maria Dubin is trained at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-arts in Paris with special emphasis on painting, mosaics, ceramics and tapestry. She spent 20 years abroad travelling worldwide and painting for science museums, botanical gardens, and large companies working with natural science. Among her creations are the works “Bacteria“for the Danish company Novozymes, “Noahs Ark” in the Norman Foster elephant house at the Copenhagen Zoo,”Bubulubus- Microscopic Animals” in Museum of Modern Art, Aalborg, and the Serbian Fungus paintings at the Museum of Natural History, Belgrade in Serbia.