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Noble Taino

28x35  Oil on Canvas

NOT FOR SALE

 

Ata-Abey

(Taino Mother Nature)

39x40 Oil on Canvas

NOT FOR SALE

 

Evil Arrives

28x40 Oil on Canvas

NOT FOR SALE

Ata-Abey’s Sorrows

28x34 Oil on Canvas

NOT FOR SALE

Ventana-Taina

By Maria Ramos & Jose Sanchez

62x80 Oil on Canvas

Price: $60,000

~Biography

Maria Ramos born in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. At the age of three her father decided to move the family to Bronx, New York in search of the American Dream. The New York public school system gave her the opportunity to attend field trips to Museums and cultural art centers where her love for the arts began. Her first visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Influenced of her mother's old Bible's beautiful illustrations and stories fueled her passion ever more at the tender age of eight. The oldest of six Maria would collect brown

Artist :Maria Ramos

2000 Principal Row

Orlando Florida 32837

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Arte Mundial Museum Gallery "Art is the Visual Collective of the Soul of Humanity" -Danny Ramos

paper bags to use as her canvases while she confiscated every pen, pencil and crayon that was unattended

for her pretend studio in a tiny apartment with her siblings.

 

Mostly self taught she has shown her work in galleries and museums. Maria has donated work for fundraisers

to raise money for their profit organizations. One of the most important works she exhibited honoring the Pulse victims in 2016  at Mills Gallery where she then was invited to the Menello Museum. Maria graciously donated

the piece to the city of Orlando where she felt that it belong to the people of the city. In 2016 she received

Arieto Award for her collection of depicting the Tainos of the Caribbean.  Maria's work is recognized by the influenced of her culture of Puerto Rico with a European flare from the Masters she has studied.

 

Statement: When I work on a piece I have know clue what the outcome of the finished piece would look like.

Since I don't like to draw or even follow a drawing it takes longer for me to finish a piece. I start with an idea a thought and end up with what my spiritual guide has directed my brush to paint. So my work is more spiritually guided than planned out.

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