To love humanity is an essential condition for artistic practice. The pictoric production of Márcia Pinho presents a poetry marked by sensitivity in the treatment of the human figure and the city, themes that seem very close to her. The first one motivates a reflection about the nature of beauty while the second considers the most diverse environments as places of the expression of existential life.
Born in São Paulo, Brazil on March 14, 1976, Márcia burst into the world of art when she moved to the city of São Bernardo. Encouraged by her brother who gave her a small screen and acrylic inks, she started to create, painting at least three or four pictures per day. The next step was to visit museums, for close observation of the great masters, and navigate the internet, searching for several kinds of information.
Her constant research led to painting courses with the artist Eliana Ducatti and at Escola de Arte de São Paulo, where she found professor Eden Della Bella Jr. Thus, by her search for the aesthetic solutions which illustrate the relationship of the artist with the world, the painting of Márcia Pinho gained a unique style.
The plastic results have strong expressionist characteristics, for both the use of color and form. Freedom of the trace at the body in motion indicates a permanent search for aesthetic means to accent freedom and a conscious effort to break rules.
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