Ana Marini-Genzon says: “I intend for my artwork to reflect emotions and thoughts. My paintings are related to lifetime stories, sometimes real, sometimes invisible to the eyes. Art is always a mirror; that is why it is so powerful. It speaks not only about my subject, but also speaks about my perceptions. My work is a conversation in color inspired by the intricacies of nature. Through my paintings I explore texture, color and process. Texture is a significant component of my work as my goal is to create a surface, not just paint one.”
Ana’s work is represented in Arizona by Wilde Meyer Galleries. Click on any piece to enlarge it.