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Martha Cecilia Mosquera
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  • Medellín
  • Colombia
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College / University
Instituto de Bellas Artes
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If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Drawing, Painting
Artists I like
Degas, Debora Arango, Frida Khalo, Picasso...
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At 15:38 on May 11, 2012, Matteo Taffuri said…

Ciao Martha Cecilia complimenti!!!!

At 0:07 on August 3, 2011, yolanda botelho said…
welcome Martha
At 16:25 on June 27, 2011, J Rodriguez said…

Very Nice work.  Lots of sensitivity and expresion.  I see you have Special liking for the female figure.  Personal taste, or a liking of the female anatomy.

, These bright colors remind me of Diego Rivera.  Hope to see more of your work. Keep it up you will do fine.






At 14:40 on October 4, 2010, N.S.VALLUVAN said…
At 15:29 on July 12, 2010, Ismo Jokiaho said…
Fine works. I like them a lot.

Best regards,

At 18:16 on December 9, 2009, agung said…
nice to know u
At 11:16 on April 29, 2009, Beppe said…
Buen trabajo Martha,

Odor de redes chorreante luna,
y mis pasos entre las casas, allá a la playa,
vierto lo amplio del Tigullio respiro.
Hacia de Té que del porche fuera
la luz del faro te empujó
larga de sombra a cortarme el paso.
Y la sombra, tu mirada, me dijo caliente.
Y el vibrar los labios y los senos bajo el vestido.
Tenue acritud, salvaje, salsa,
olor de selvas devastadas, árboles negros,
cortezas de algas nocturnas apretadas a riscos de pizarra.
Manos que se buscan bailando,
y se tocan húmedas de deseo.
Sed de reflejos interruptores, luces de pupilas,
como de agua bajo los lampare,
manchas de claro que van, se dilatan, vuelven,
bajan blandas sobre el mar hipnóticas medusas.
Y nuestro beso que no quiso acabar.
Sueño. Sueño caliente, como el arañazo de la arena sobre la piel,
como el color de tus senos de sol madura. Beppe
At 18:54 on April 26, 2009, George Lund said…
Hi Cecillia,
It was lovely to have your kind words. I don't commercial my art or see it as a way to make profit. But i have donated my artwork to good causes ( like hospitals) Oxfam etc.If i sell a painting it will be at an affordable price and i use the monsy to buy more paint and materials
To paint is to breath, feel, taste to bring into existence, to nuture and watch it mature. But if the painting leaves you it is like a part of you has left. But painting is secondary to helpng people. Even though i have retiired i still paint, do voluntary work helping peopl. Dance a bit of Salsa and disco. Live life to the full but do things in moderation. Love more don't argue if you can help it. If you feel stress or depressed come out of by thinking of good things. Go out and jog. walk. Paint, dance feel that your're alive. And remind your self that it is great to be alive. This why i look 15 years young ( people have said) i'm over sixty i should be sitting on my rocking chair wih slippers and drinking cocoa watchinh TV. But i go out boogie with the best of them.Lastly i have created the Dorian Grey painting. ( from the Oscar Wilde story) Also adopted as a film about the artist who painting a portrait of himself when young. It had powers that kept Dorian Gray young.
Try different materials multi media always experiment. Keep on with the spirit and energy
I have given you a few of my secrets some you will now already. Your spelling is ok.
I will end for know or i will go on. Happy times. BBFN George
At 3:01 on April 26, 2009, Philip Noyed said…
Hello Martha,

Thanks for adding me as a friend. Your paintings are powerful with strong emotion and symbolism. They are beautiful. I find it interesting how the solid elements of the paintings interact with the symbols such as the cross that almost looks like a sword and the angel wings with feathers falling off. I like how you use color to cast a mood. I really like the last painting in the slideshow for the colors, symbols and the determined expression of the lady. Very nice.

My work is both online on artreview and at www.ARTzel.com if you want to view my works. I have more paintings that I have recently done that I need to post.

Best wishes!

At 14:01 on April 25, 2009, moira said…
You have studied Picasso a lot.
The details for each form,the lines ,the bodies,the shadows you used-The unity is the core of your paintings.


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