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Year Created

2019

Year Acquired

2023

Keywords

Women

Surfaces

Panel

Cultures

Canadian

Medium

Acrylic

Art Forms

Painting

Reflecion Study II

by: Fabiola Martinez


Fabiola, a Mexican native based in Quispamsis, immigrated to Canada in 2007 after completing her Architectural studies at the Instituto Tecnológico de Querétaro. Since 2010, she has thrived as a devoted full-time artist in New Brunswick.

Driven by a deep passion for art education, Fabiola has spent over a decade creating inclusive art programs accessible to people of all ages. Collaborating with public and private schools, non-profit organizations, and even internationally, she tirelessly works to provide enriching artistic experiences for children, adults, and seniors.

Fabiola's expertise has also led her to participate in innovative research projects in collaboration with the University of New Brunswick.

Her art work have been showcased in renowned art centers, galleries, and universities throughout New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Vancouver, California's Lancaster Museum of Art and History, Chicago, and Mexico. Fabiola's captivating pieces have garnered admiration and acclaim, earning her grants from prestigious institutions such as artsnb and the New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture.

Fabiola's unwavering dedication to her craft, her commitment to fostering art education, and her remarkable artistic achievements have established her as a prominent figure on the Canadian art scene. Her contributions have enriched the cultural landscape of the provinces she has touched and inspired countless individuals to embrace the transformative power of art.

Small fabiola martinez headshot 2 2023 Fabiola Martinez

Fabiola, a Mexican native based in Quispamsis, immigrated to Canada in 2007 after completing her Architectural studies at the Instituto Tecnológico de Querétaro. Since 2010, she has thrived as a devoted full-time artist in New Brunswick.

Driven by a deep passion for art education, Fabiola has spent over a decade creating inclusive art programs accessible to people of all ages. Collaborating with public and private schools, non-profit organizations, and even internationally, she tirelessly works to provide enriching artistic experiences for children, adults, and seniors.

Fabiola's expertise has also led her to participate in innovative research projects in collaboration with the University of New Brunswick.

Her art work have been showcased in renowned art centers, galleries, and universities throughout New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Vancouver, California's Lancaster Museum of Art and History, Chicago, and Mexico. Fabiola's captivating pieces have garnered admiration and acclaim, earning her grants from prestigious institutions such as artsnb and the New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture.

Fabiola's unwavering dedication to her craft, her commitment to fostering art education, and her remarkable artistic achievements have established her as a prominent figure on the Canadian art scene. Her contributions have enriched the cultural landscape of the provinces she has touched and inspired countless individuals to embrace the transformative power of art.

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