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marcerodriart

marcerodriart

Photography opens the door to the art of things, nature, places and situations that, in many cases, occur in a single moment and then change or disappear.
It allows me to make every special moment that I discover and capture, last forever.

Creative PROCESS

I mainly use color and black and white photography. I like to experiment with light and shadow effects, and the different paper textures.

I am always attentive to discover those unique views of any place I visit.
Here in the Istas Ballestas, southern Peru.
Another of my passions is wildlife. I love witnessing the behavior and the way the animals relate to each other. The great wealth and variety of wildlife makes us marvel at the greatness of creation.
Ancient, modern and contemporary architecture, on the other hand, allows us to show many aspects of community life and development over the centuries.

About
marcerodriart

My name is Marcela Rodríguez. I was born in Bogotá, Colombia in the 70s.

Teaching, art and mathematics have been my great passions, but until very recently, after a long time working in other areas, I decided to explore the art of photography.

About my artwork

My work simply seeks to show the way I see the world, the creation of God and the passage of man in his process of transformation of the environment.
That is why my works include many natural, urban and architectural landscapes, as well as many shots of the sky and the sea in different paintings.

Inspiration

I am inspired by life, creation, the development of vital processes, everyday situations, the creativity of other people. It inspires me to know that we are in this world to enjoy and take care of it, and in part that is what I want to project in some of my photographs: the world is beautiful, but we must take care of it so that we can continue enjoying its beauty and everything it gives us .

Studies

My approach to the plastic arts has been mainly empirical, and I study non-formally with friends and family artists, to complement my education as an educator.

Artistic trajectory

I have experimented with stained glass, looms, drawings and cartoons, working with recyclable material and photography.

Exhibitions & awards

In 2003 I won the prize for the best cartoon in an internal competition of the institution where I was working.

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