Mariana Palova is a young Mexican woman born in 1990, when she was a child simple visions made incursion in her life, such visions she exaggerated or included in elements of living things through imagination, capturing them in her drawings. When she grew up, her skills were not enough to express clearly her artistic experience; therefore she decides to put it off for two years hoping to find another vocation.
At 16, counting with a low training in visual arts, as a result of her self-taught formation, she starts to feel an interest for digital photography. Having a complex about the esthetic ambits of her human entity and incipient whirlpools of personality, she starts to experiment with digital manipulation, with the objective of creating corporal modifications to herself.
She starts looking for the way to her own artistic personality, finding in the positive, vivid and colorful metamorphosis her cosmogony. Mariana starts to play with the transformation and experience’s influence, getting surrounded by a certain aura and holding special devotion for elements of nature, analogies, and the astrological environment, giving birth to a whole new and even fist stage of her artistic work. Is in this way that in 2007 she opens her first exhibition “El Diario del Decapitolio” and a year later, in 2008 Mariana decides to start a career in Graphic Design, isolated by a demanding environment of professional degrees.
Her work has quickly gotten involved with important art guilds, generating both rejection and praise, evoking a sensitive work, overflowing with passion and with a life’s philosophy based on the beauty of the human’s metamorphosis, the values and the charm of the imagination, loving each stage of the human been. Her work has been exhibited abroad in many countries around the world.
- The most vivid proof of immortality, paintings by Aimei Ozaki
- Exciting metamorphoses of human body, an original idea from Cecelia Webber
- Vibrant beauty of creation in landscapes and abstracts paintings by Canadian artist Linda Lennea
- Unique, vibrant style of Georgy Kurasov
- Wild and colorful Brittany Hollis: Bird of Paradise by Jeff Tse
- Fairytale portraits between reality and fiction
- Luc Eisinger, paintings