Artist Biography Marita Zacharias Germany
Since 1998 I work as a freelance artist in my own studio in Dillenburg. Even as a child painting and the interaction of colors had a magical attraction for me. My teachers were the old masters of fine arts, reading of technical literature and private lessons by a Flemish painter and sculptor. Sources of inspiration were my long-distance and study tours, where I discovered that art and spirituality are inseparable. The man in harmony with nature and the wonders of creation using the symbolic power are central themes of my work, as well as the mythological nude paintings. My paintings and illustrations created in the techniques oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel and and they find their lovers at home and abroad. Since 2012 I am member at Frankfurter Kunstverein
The letter service "Mittelhessen-Mail" published in August 2010 a series of erotic stamps with one of my motifs, after I had participated in an erotic art fair.
In April 2012 I had participated successfully in the International art exhibition "Koku 2012". Here is the link to the gallery on YouTube
February 2014 Invitation to the international "First International Biennale of Italian creativity" in the Palexpo Verona.
July 2014 Invitation to the exhibition of paintings in the Broadway Gallery in New York and Publication in NY ARTS Magazine
March 2015 Vernissage and exhibition of paintings in the gallery "Little Prince" in Baden-Baden / Germany with the award, "Euro-plaque" for Art and Culture of the European cultural sphere in Baden-Baden / Germany.
March 2015 Gallery contract with "Gallery Gerlach" in Baden-Wurttemberg / Germany
November 2015 Press article in "Dill-Post" Hesse/Germany from 06.11.2015
April 2016 My painting "Matterhorn" in the movie "A Hologram for the King" with Tom Hanks.
May 2016 My Calendar "Erotic Art" was awarded with "Gold Edition 2015".
December 2016 Participation in the "Miami Art Weeks" The Artbox Project in the Art District in Miami/Florida
June 2017 Exhibition at "Art Basel 2017", World Fair for Art, Swiss Gallery (THE ARTBOX.PROJECTS)