1335 Gusdorf Rd. Suite i
Taos, NM  87571
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Original art work by America Martin

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"Green Mangoes & Fruit Flowers"
oil & acrylic on canvas
62" H x 88" W

"Cactus Blossom"
oil & acrylic on paper
8" H x 12" W

"Woman in Gray & Blue I"
acrylic & ink on paper
14 7/8" H x 11" W

"Fetching Water"
pencil & ink on paper
8" H x 11 1/2" W

"The Striped Orange Cat"
oil & acrylic on canvas
62 1/2" H x 33 1/2" W

"Flowers & Fruit"
ink & pencil on cotton paper
11 1/8" H x 7 3/8" W

"Butterfly Woman"
ink, acrylic, & oil on paper
13 7/8" H x 28" W

"Yellow Pitcher, Blue Cloth and Fruit"
ink on paper

25" H x 37" W

charcoal & oil pastel on paper

9" H x 11" W

"Woman with Bird"
oil & acrylic on canvas
75" H x 34" W

"Desert Bloom"
oil & acrylic on paper
15" H x 11" W

"Flowers & Night"
ink & pencil on yellow Japanese paper
11 1/8" H x 7 1/2" W

"Orange & Green"
oil & ink on paper
7 1/2" H x 5 1/2" W

"Woman in a Field"
clay pencil, ink & acrylic on paper
12" H x 8" W

"Outside Watermelon"
pencil & ink on Japanese paper
5 3/8" H x  4 3/4" W

"Woman with Book & Quiet"
clay pencil, ink & acrylic on paper
15" H x 22" W

"Rest with Blossoms"
ink & pastel on cotton paper

15 1/8" H x 11 1/4" W

"Apricots and Fish"
clay pencil, acrylic & ink on paper
18" H x 36" W

"Self Portrait"
oil & acrylic on canvas
30" H x 24" W

"Girl with Goose"
clay pencil 
& acrylic on paper
4 1/2" H x 2 1/2" W

pencil & ink on paper varnished
5 1/2" H x 7" W

"Fish & Bone"
oil & acrylic on canvas
" H x 22" W

"Travel on the Wind"
ink on paper
37 1/2" H x 25" W

"Limes & Tennis Balls"
oil & acrylic on wood
12" H x 12" W

"Red Peach & Yellow Sun"
acrylic & ink on paper
6 1/4" H x 8 3/4" W

"Toro I"
acrylic, ink, & paper collage
18 1/2" H x 25 1/4" W

"Day Dream vs Volt"
clay pencil, ink & acrylic on paper
15" H x 20" W

"Two Women"
ink on paper
" H x 9" W

"Woman in Blossoms Blue"
oil & acrylic on canvas
30 1/2" H x 70 1/2" W

"Fan & Blue Cat"
oil & acrylic on canvas
61 1/2" H x 24 1/2" W

"Cactus Flower & Fruit"
oil,acrylic, & ink on paper
16" H x 20" W

Artist Statement:



Biography and  Artist Statement - 2013

AMERICA MARTIN is an internationally represented Colombian-American fine artist based in Los Angeles. America is a painter and a sculptor. The magnetic pull of Martin's work is authentic, generated by both her ability to express a unique gesture that speaks to a universal truth (thus, we recognize it instantly) and her exceptional skill at rendering that truth via the human form. She pulls from the stylistic lessons of the classics and its derivations with indigenous subject matter, while redefining what it is to combine abstract and indigenous motifs.

<>Martin’s art and personality encapsulates a sense of enthusiasm and hope. While born in the USA, the roots of America’s Colombian heritage deeply penetrate her work. People are Martin’s dominant subject. They are large in size, vivacious and accessible, and seem to burst out of the limits of each canvas or sculpture. Within this pulsating interplay of color, texture, line, and shapes, there is always America’s signature expression that identifies each work as an America Martin.

America Martin is a fine artist based in Los Angeles.  She studied with Vernon Wilson, professor of painting and drawing at Art Center School of Design, and was a scholarship student at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA.

America Martin is a traveler between mediums. Her paintings and drawings are emphatic expressions of playful references to a number of the major schools of the twentieth century, as well as to enduring indigenous art forms.  America’s favorite landscape is the landscape of the human form.  Her work is distinguished by a command of line and color and is firmly grounded in the classics.

She is currently working on a large series of peopled urban landscapes painted in oil and ink on paper and canvas.  About her work, Martin says, “It is true. The artist is not born to a life of pleasure, She cannot be idle. It is only duty and discipline that make art. The artist is gluttonous, constantly devouring life in order to translate all that she sees, smells, lives or breathes into her own language. There is no choosing this life, an artist paints because she must.”


The Paintings: 

I paint all my paintings on raw un-primed canvas, they are then done in many layers of Oil paint & Oil stick & Acrylic paint on heavy cotton canvas. They are then varnished.

The Paper Pieces:

I work on only 100% cotton cold pressed paper they are then done in Oil stick and Ink concentrate.