MARIA BEATITUDE – Fragments
We have the pleasure to exhibit Fragments by Maria Beatitude.
“Maria Beatitude, plastic artist, was born in the north of Portugal.
She paints mostly oil on canvas and she states that her works, and the themes to which
it is dedicated, define the approach, the techniques and the materials to be used.
With an expressive gesture, sometimes a little rough, the result always ends up showing
a feminine side, antagonistically rude and delicate. Preferring to work series instead of
single frames, the artist tells stories of simple architectures but that leads us to labyrinthine
universes. Maria Beatitude’s paintings are genuine and unpretentious, sometimes
disarming, but making us ponder well beyond the displayed image.”
Video “What are they thinking about”
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Latest Solo Exhibitions:
_“Mulheres” , Gallery Casa da Cultura, Elvas, March 2017.
_“Raízes”, Tomás da Costa Gallery, Oliveira de Azeméis, March 2017.
_“Wake-up”, SBN Gallery, Oporto, Dezember 2016.
_ The fragility of the days, Founders Room, Ovar Museum, Ovar, November 2016.
_The Days and the Tides, Design Institute of Guimarães, April 2016.
_Exposing and Space Workshop – Relations between buildings and curatorial
concept,Rectory University of Porto, June 2016.
_Painting Practice: Technology and Procedure Methods, Faculty of Fine Arts University of
Porto (FBAUP), 2016.
_Watercolor workshop, Faculty of Fine Arts University of Porto (FBAUP) , July 2015.
_Painting Practice II , Faculty of Fine Arts University of Porto (FBAUP) ,2015 .
_Master Class Live Painting Porto Project- Plein Air Week- with artists Aleksejs Naumovs
and Kristaps ZariÅ†š, Faculty of Fine Arts University of Porto (FBAUP), May2015 .
_Pactices and Techniques of Contemporary Painting (workshop), Faculty of Fine Arts
University of Porto (FBAUP), September 2014 .
_Alla Prima Painting (workshop), Faculty of Fine Arts University of Porto (FBAUP), July
_Degree in Design and Technology Graphic Arts, Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, 2013.
_Conference “Colors” by Javier Mariscal, Portuguese Centre of Design, Porto, 2003.
_Bachelor of Technology and Graphic Arts, Superior Technology SchoolTomar, 2000.