I cut up rough drafts of my novel and use the pieces in my art. And I have a great love for the universe and its possibilities. Until we know better, what else it out there but our imagination?
Marta's work illustrates affectivity and doubt, but mainly it is focused on what really matters, love and learning...learning and love.
We are the point the Universe is trying to make!!!
Marta loves coffee.Marta loves the DoctorI love MartaI love coffeetherefore do I love the Doctor???
I love this!
I love her stuff! It's so creative and emotional. :)
I love Marta's art. It is quirky and really tells a story with such simplicity, it is profound
Marta's art is fanciful yet grounded literally in black and white and, well, literature. She blends imagination with solidity, topping it off with a somehow soothing plus fun appearance.
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