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Marily is a classical fine art painter, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, that works primarily with oil on canvas; this specific medium giving her absolute freedom of limitless expression. Having immersed herself within an abundance of cultures and religions during her extensive travels, Marily settled in Greece where she discovered what inspires her creative process; the communion of man and movement.
Marily’s work is the blending of nostalgia, influence, and experience; where the past and the present become one. Combining these themes, surrounding sentimentalism, with her fascination for the human body’s form and essence, Marily creates powerful compositions that are a symbolic representation of the Seven Heavens, the Seven Musical Notes, the Seven Days of Genesis, the Seven Colors of the Rainbow, and the Seven Archangels. Intermixing Judeo and Christian traditions, Marily portrays contemporaneous representations of both the seen and the unseen world.