Maruchi Carmona's  Art             


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The Artist's Soul


Maruchi Carmona is a Cuban-Americ​an artist from Miami, Florida.  Maruchi graduated from Miami Beach High School and has an AA degree in Arts from Miami Dade -College and a BA degree in Liberal Studies with Minors in Art History and Visual Arts from Florida International University.  Her Art works have been exhibited in Miami-Dade and Broward County, Florida, New York City, New York, Union City, New Jersey. Dallas,Texas. She participated in "Latin Views 2008" Biennale in Groton, Connecticut and the International Biennale Artists Miami 2014. Maruchi was part of Bradica I and II at the Saladrigas Gallery in Miami Belen Jesuit Preparatory,  a biennial  art exhibit of Bird Road Art District Artists only.  Also exhibited in Panama City, Panama at the Juan Manuel Cedeno Gallery presented by Panama Cultural Ministry.  She  is the  administrator and founder of  The Artist's Soul and Maruchi Carmona's Art. She co-founded Art@47th, an artists' studio located in the Bird Road Art District Area. She was part of the women's group "W-10" and  exhibits with the eclectic artist's group " 7 plus One". She is also a member of "International Biennale Artists" and "National League Of American Pen Women" in which she serves as Membership Chair.  She is a Master Award  Honoree,  (US category) at the  8th Annual  Women in the Arts Competition held at Orlando Florida.  She is exhibiting at  the  National League of American Pen  Women 50th Juried Biennial in Washington DC. She is featured in private collections in the United States and abroad. Her work can be seen and purchased by appointment.

Maruchi's work relates a profound search to express her inner feelings to the viewer. Her abstract mixed media acrylics paintings, as well as her works in oils, at times exude tranquility and balance through the colors of her palette, while other times, her work reflects dissonance she finds in the contemporary world. Acrylics, oils, pastels and recycled materials intermingle in her work for color, form and texture.