Marie Najera

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“I don’t usually have a preconceived notion of what I’m doing, I just kind of go for it,” she says. With her work, Najera “incorporates new languages and vocabularies as they pertain to current emotions, experiences, and her artwork’s designated spaces,” says Marie Najera. Marie paints stories of her life, and builds upon each layer to reflect a sense of permanence. (4:14)

Credits: Executive Producer, Barbarella Fokos; Director, David Fokos; Segment Director, Tarek Albaba; Director of Photography, Chris Patterson; Editor, Tarek Albaba; Music, Ditto by DoKashiteru

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“I don’t usually have a preconceived notion of what I’m doing, I just kind of go for it,” she says. With her work, Najera “incorporates new languages and vocabularies as they pertain to current emotions, experiences, and her artwork’s designated spaces,” says Marie Najera. Marie paints stories of her life, and builds upon each layer to reflect a sense of permanence. Learn more about this artist and her latest in her Q&A with Barbarella Fokos below. First, enjoy this segment from Art Pulse TV, during which you will see inside Marie’s studio as the artist shares insights into her process, including hunting for found objects such as seed pods.

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