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Linares Freire

Maria

2725

Artist ID:

Exhibitions & Shows


Maria Linares Freire has showcased her work in numerous significant exhibitions, contributing to her evolving artistic journey. She has been honored with prestigious awards such as the Faces of Peace International Art Prize 2022, International Art Prize Paris 2022, Leonardo da Vinci International Prize 2022, and Power of Creativity Award 2021. Additionally, she received the Collectors Vision International Art Award 2021, Ambassador of Art 2021, Dante Alighieri International Prize 2021, Artistic Excellence Award 2020, Artist of the Future Award 2020, and Pop Art Award 2019.

Her work has been featured in diverse exhibitions, including Geometric Universe at The Glass House, London, in December 2021, and the London Fashion Week Art Fashion Event in September 2021. She has participated in virtual exhibitions like the Winter Art Festival Exhibition by the Virtual Artist Association 2021 and River of Dreams by Contemporary Art Curator Magazine. Maria's murals, such as the Creation of the Universe for the Deptford X Festival 2023 and Energy at Leake Street Tunnel 2023, highlight her innovative approach and dedication to community and social causes.

Publications featuring her work include SEISMA Magazine, The Art Talk Magazine, International Digital Art Magazine, and Aesthetica Magazine. Her contributions are also seen in contemporary art books by ACC Book Middle East and ACC Book Japan. Maria's profile has been highlighted on platforms like British Women Artists, Circle Foundation for the Arts, and Art International Magazine.

Maria's exhibitions span prestigious venues such as Spacio Gallery, Oxo Tower, and Menier Gallery in London. She has participated in art fairs like Parallax Contemporary Art Fair and Fusion International Contemporary Art Show. Her murals have become iconic in London, gracing locations like Leake Street Tunnel and Allen Gardens. Through her dynamic presence, Maria continues to push the boundaries of contemporary art, creating resonant works that blend technology with ancient wisdom.

Brief Biography & Artistic Background


Maria Linares Freire emerges as an artist, editor, and director whose creations intertwine science and art, offering a glimpse into her cosmic connection. She translates her fascination with geometrical shapes, frequencies, and vibrations into captivating artworks spanning fine art, muralism, photography, and digital media.

From Andalucia, Spain, Maria began her artistic journey in London in 1998. Her work combines geometry and science, creating a visually distinctive form of art. Drawing inspiration from celestial bodies like the Moon, Sun, and stars, Maria's creativity mirrors their influence on the cosmos. Themes such as quantum mechanics and entanglement illustrate the invisible energy waves linking all elements in the universe.

Ancient civilizations and their architectural wonders significantly shape her art. Maria pays tribute to their geometrical insights and vibrant patterns, influenced by nature's rich colors and textures. Her art narrates love, unity, and human consciousness, exploring the soul, transitions, rebirth, and life's interconnectedness through energy, vibrations, and geometric patterns. Her precise painting approach conveys a profound transmission of energy.

Maria finds inspiration in muralism, enjoying the challenge of creating impactful works within confined time frames, captivating passersby, and illuminating streets with science-infused art. Notably, NASA selected her painting, "The Effects of The Moon on the Open Sea," to be bounced off the Moon's surface during International Observe the Moon Night in 2015. In 2023, her art returned to space with Holo Art aboard the ISS Space Station.

As Maria continues her creativity through constant research, she explores digital arts, video editing, and other innovative mediums. Her artwork, characterized by geometric symbolism, resonates with viewers, leaving an enduring impression and fostering a sense of cosmic interconnectedness. With every blank canvas or wall, the universe unfolds through her imagination, leaving observers with a sense of wonder and unity.

Brief Biography & Artistic Background


Maria Linares Freire emerges as an artist, editor, and director whose creations intertwine science and art, offering a glimpse into her cosmic connection. She translates her fascination with geometrical shapes, frequencies, and vibrations into captivating artworks spanning fine art, muralism, photography, and digital media.

From Andalucia, Spain, Maria began her artistic journey in London in 1998. Her work combines geometry and science, creating a visually distinctive form of art. Drawing inspiration from celestial bodies like the Moon, Sun, and stars, Maria's creativity mirrors their influence on the cosmos. Themes such as quantum mechanics and entanglement illustrate the invisible energy waves linking all elements in the universe.

Ancient civilizations and their architectural wonders significantly shape her art. Maria pays tribute to their geometrical insights and vibrant patterns, influenced by nature's rich colors and textures. Her art narrates love, unity, and human consciousness, exploring the soul, transitions, rebirth, and life's interconnectedness through energy, vibrations, and geometric patterns. Her precise painting approach conveys a profound transmission of energy.

Maria finds inspiration in muralism, enjoying the challenge of creating impactful works within confined time frames, captivating passersby, and illuminating streets with science-infused art. Notably, NASA selected her painting, "The Effects of The Moon on the Open Sea," to be bounced off the Moon's surface during International Observe the Moon Night in 2015. In 2023, her art returned to space with Holo Art aboard the ISS Space Station.

As Maria continues her creativity through constant research, she explores digital arts, video editing, and other innovative mediums. Her artwork, characterized by geometric symbolism, resonates with viewers, leaving an enduring impression and fostering a sense of cosmic interconnectedness. With every blank canvas or wall, the universe unfolds through her imagination, leaving observers with a sense of wonder and unity.

Women in Art

The Timeless Union of the Atoms

1512

Art ID

2021

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122 x 92 / 92 x 122 cm

Acrylic on canvas

13000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

Women in Art

Utopia New-Earth

1511

Art ID

2020

|

90 x 70 cm

Acrylic on canvas

10000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

Women in Art

Eden

1513

Art ID

2021

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90 x 60 cm

Acrylic on canvas

7000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

Women in Art

Cogs of Time

1514

Art ID

2019

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61 x 51 / 51 x 61 cm

Acrylic on canvas

5000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

Women in Art

Faraway Temple

1515

Art ID

2019

|

60 x 50 cm

Acrylic on canvas

5000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

Women in Art

Past to Future

1516

Art ID

2019

|

81 x 50 / 50 x 81 cm

Acrylic on canvas

5000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

Women in Art

Ionian Enchantment

1517

Art ID

2020

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40 x 30 cm

Acrylic on canvas

3000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

Women in Art

Cosmos

1518

Art ID

2019

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41 x 51 / 51 x 41 cm

Acrylic on canvas

5000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

Women in Art

Life Dynamics

1519

Art ID

2016

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76 x 122 cm

Acrylic on canvas

10000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

Women in Art

The Stars Through Windows

1520

Art ID

2020

|

60 x 60 cm

Acrylic on canvas

5000

$

Maria

Linares Freire

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Personal Statement, Visions and Goals


Maria Linares Freire is an artist, editor, and director whose work interweaves science and art, revealing her profound connection to the cosmos. She delves into fundamental geometrical shapes, frequencies, and vibrations, translating these into captivating artworks across fine art, muralism, photography, and digital media. Originating from Andalucia, Spain, and starting her journey in London in 1998, Maria combines geometry and science to create a visually distinctive form of art.

Maria's personal vision is deeply inspired by celestial entities such as the Moon, Sun, and stars, reflecting their influence on the cosmos. Her themes often explore quantum mechanics and entanglement, illustrating the invisible energy waves that link all elements of the universe. She draws significant inspiration from ancient civilizations and their architectural wonders, integrating their geometrical insights and vibrant patterns into her art.

Her goals include continuing to push the boundaries of her creativity through constant research and exploration of new concepts. She is dedicated to furthering her knowledge and incorporating innovative mediums like digital arts and video editing into her practice. Maria aims to create art that resonates on a profound level, leaving an enduring impression on her viewers and fostering a sense of interconnectedness with the cosmos.

Maria's precise approach to painting, characterized by meticulous lines and layered colors, conveys a deep transmission of energy, evoking unity and exploration. Her commitment to muralism allows her to create impactful works that captivate passersby and illuminate streets with science-infused art. Notable achievements, such as having her painting "The Effects of The Moon on the Open Sea" bounced off the Moon by NASA, highlight her innovative spirit.


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Exhibitions & Shows


Maria Linares Freire has showcased her work in numerous significant exhibitions, contributing to her evolving artistic journey. She has been honored with prestigious awards such as the Faces of Peace International Art Prize 2022, International Art Prize Paris 2022, Leonardo da Vinci International Prize 2022, and Power of Creativity Award 2021. Additionally, she received the Collectors Vision International Art Award 2021, Ambassador of Art 2021, Dante Alighieri International Prize 2021, Artistic Excellence Award 2020, Artist of the Future Award 2020, and Pop Art Award 2019.

Her work has been featured in diverse exhibitions, including Geometric Universe at The Glass House, London, in December 2021, and the London Fashion Week Art Fashion Event in September 2021. She has participated in virtual exhibitions like the Winter Art Festival Exhibition by the Virtual Artist Association 2021 and River of Dreams by Contemporary Art Curator Magazine. Maria's murals, such as the Creation of the Universe for the Deptford X Festival 2023 and Energy at Leake Street Tunnel 2023, highlight her innovative approach and dedication to community and social causes.

Publications featuring her work include SEISMA Magazine, The Art Talk Magazine, International Digital Art Magazine, and Aesthetica Magazine. Her contributions are also seen in contemporary art books by ACC Book Middle East and ACC Book Japan. Maria's profile has been highlighted on platforms like British Women Artists, Circle Foundation for the Arts, and Art International Magazine.

Maria's exhibitions span prestigious venues such as Spacio Gallery, Oxo Tower, and Menier Gallery in London. She has participated in art fairs like Parallax Contemporary Art Fair and Fusion International Contemporary Art Show. Her murals have become iconic in London, gracing locations like Leake Street Tunnel and Allen Gardens. Through her dynamic presence, Maria continues to push the boundaries of contemporary art, creating resonant works that blend technology with ancient wisdom.

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