MARIELA

Réveil


Bronze

48 x 30 x 25 cm


Fleur


Bronze

33 x 28 x 22 cm


Bienvenue


Bronze

60 x 50 x 25 cm


Tendresse


Bronze

41 x 40 x 20 cm


Fantaisie


Bronze

50 x 25 x 25 cm


Offrande


Bronze

140 x 50 x 50 cm


Liberté


Bronze

36 x 54 x 30 cm


Contemplation


Bronze

34 x 42 x 42 cm


Bonheur


Bronze

68 x 48 x 50 cm


Confiance


Bronze

38 x 38 x 29 cm


Dans les nuages


Bronze

33 x 55 x 26 cm


Dancer 1


Bronze

64 x 59 x 39 cm


Dancer 2


Bronze

71 x 40 x 32 cm


Etreinte


Bronze

55 x 30 x 30 cm


L’attente


Bronze

32 x 28 x 31 cm


La vie


Bronze

110 x 82 x 46 cm


The gift


Bronze

100 x 53 x 50 cm


Le nid


Bronze

68 x 50 x 20 cm


Le vol


Bronze

25 x 40 x 20 cm


Les petites choses


Bronze

20 x 45 x 20 cm


Musique


Bronze

60 x 30 x 20 cm


Paysage


Bronze

35 x 85 x 30 cm


The rest


Bronze

62 x 80 x 52 cm


Sommeil


Bronze

47 x 25 x 31 cm


Toucher le ciel


Bronze

180 x 100 x 70 cm


Trottinette


Bronze

60 x 96 x 42 cm


Dialogue


Bronze

67 x 50 x 37 cm


BIOGRAPHIE

| MARIELA |

Mariela (Lima, Peru 1976) has a degree in sculpture from the University of Peru (PUCP) and another in urban design from the University of Barcelona. She is granted twice the Winternitz prize in 1997. Her first solo show was in 2004 with stone as first material.

She has realized several state commissions in Peru, taught at the Fine Arts School of Ayacucho and PUCP. She has been developing her bronze technique, and exhibiting her sculptures permanently in art galleries.

Mariela tells us that the sculpture is not only shape, but the language the artist chose to communicate and the result of a work of preliminary interiorization on the message which she passes on. The sculpture is a discipline which requires some patience, many hours of work and love. Love for the idea, the work, the message and the unknown person who one day will discover it. This is essential to the success of the work. It can last months between the elaboration of a drawing and the realization of the sculpture. The sculpture is a slow but sure process. All the hours of reflection, maturation, work and given love, make me aware of the value of things, the artist confesses.

Her sculpture is figurative but not realistic; Mariela observes the world around her and transcribes it with a lot of tenderness through childish characters. The sculpture of Mariela  is positive and generous, it immortalizes a moment of happiness seized by the artist, a peace moment, a good memory, a smile, a surprise, a simple and sincere enjoyment.

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