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JoAnne Artman Gallery is pleased to present new works by Colombian-American Artist America Martin 'How the Sun Goes' in their main gallery. America Martin is an artistic powerhouse that transcends cultural lines & gives us a vivid glimpse into the mind of an genius painter.

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America Martin on exploring 'Themes of Humanity'

America Martin on exploring 'Themes of Humanity'

L.A.-based artist America Martin used to be a child actor, but art was always her first passion. “Growing up in Hollywood, acting was a life choice that offered itself to me,” Martin says. “But I fell in love with art when I was nine years old, and by the time I was sixteen, I knew that fine art was all I wanted to do.”

Her work features broad lines and bright colors on canvas and has been shown around the country in California, Texas, Maine, among others.

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America Martin's Artistic Love Affair With Steel

America Martin's Artistic Love Affair With Steel

For a nine-year-old girl growing up in Los Angeles, the opportunities for inspiration are infinite: sprawling avenues, endless galleries and a special kind of energy unique to each neighborhood. For America Martin, a Colombian-American painter and sculptor born in LA’s Chinatown in 1980, the city’s characters also played a pivotal role in cultivating what she calls her love affair with art.

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La Maison Boheme

La Maison Boheme

Last month, while on location for a home tour photo shoot in Fort Worth, I was introduced to the art of America Martin. She is very well known, especially on the West Coast, but I had not seen her work until now. I'm a huge Picasso fan and Martin's work is very closely aligned with his - although Martin seems to have a kinder gaze when it comes to her subject. Her work also invokes the art of Matisse and Fernand Léger. Martin is inspired by the female form. Her subjects are vibrant, self-possessed, thoughtful women who seem to leap off the canvas. The more I see her work, the more enchanted I become.

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America’s Women: New Female Forms by America Martin

Persephone, daughter of Zeus and Demeter, is known in Greek mythology as the queen of the underworld; a sad fate that she was handed after being abducted by Hades. Often pictured carrying grain, she was known to emerge with the burgeoning of new vegetation each harvest season; she’s now associated with springtime. It’s this vision of the Greek goddess that has inspired L.A.-based artist America Martin, in a rich new series paintings picturing valiant women. “This new series is an ode to spring, to Persephone, when she emerges from the shadows of the underworld, and with her grace makes the flowers bloom, the fruit grow and the winter fade away,” Martin explains. Pursuing her propensity for melding historical references with a bold contemporary style, she achieves vivid success in these new works, which are on view now at Mark Gallery. 

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Embrace You: Get To Know America Martin

Embrace You: Get To Know America Martin

So happy to have America Martin on EY. She’s a talented artist and I admire her work. Ms. Martin not only granted us an exclusive interview, she also took on our quick questions to reveal a bit more about herself. Check out her cool responses below, and do give her art some attention if you haven’t before

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Interview: America Martin On Making Life Her Art

Interview: America Martin On Making Life Her Art

I came across an artist’s website and I immediately felt drawn to her use of colors and concepts. The artist I’m talking about is America Martin, a Colombian-American fine artist based in Los Angeles. Not only does this endearing and talented woman paint, she also creates intricate sculptors as well. Martin takes inspiration from a wide range of things, including life. Find out this and much more when you continue below for our exclusive interview with the artistic lady. 

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Refinery29: Meet The Artist All Of L.A. Is Talking About

Refinery29: Meet The Artist All Of L.A. Is Talking About

If you live in this town, you've probably heard about the rising-star artist America Martin. Known for her wildly colorful, large-scale paintings that boast an unshakable stamina, while, at the same time, maintaining a quiet, unaffected nonchalance, the L.A.-born painter works out of a massive Silver Lake studio, overflowing with gleaming buckets of paint and unfinished projects that already pack a serious punch.

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