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The nature of the spiral is infinite.

It never returns to the same place.

It continually transforms.

Just like you and me

 

 

 

Perez Marron

1972. Mexico City, Mexico.

She works and lives between Miami and Colorado.

A translator of five languages expresses herself best with color.

 

In painting, Perez Marron explores the concept of infinite transformation through symbolism and abstraction. Her work aims to capture colorful flashes of changing emotions, thoughts, and human processes, as well as the constant transformation of the environment.

Perez Marron works on a rotating base, which she manually moves to allow the media to flow and merge at a rhythm she guides.

She trained at the San Carlos Academy of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Casa Lamm, Arte Tamayo, Hellenic Cultural Institute of Mexico, and Sotheby's Art Institute in New York. As part of her artistic research on psychological and creative processes, she studied the link between Art and Therapy at the University of Florida and the Multinational Workshop.

 

Her work has been exhibited at the Rosewood Hotel in San Miguel Allende,  SophArtMX Gallery, Area Galeria, Mexico City's American School Foundation Art Fairs, Saul Serrano Contemporary Art Center, Hellenic Institute Gallery, Lebanese Center of Mexico Art Gallery, and J.P. Morgan during Miami Art Week 2022. Her works are in private collections in the United States, Mexico, Panama, and Venezuela.

MIAMI

 COLORADO

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