Marina Caballero-Dominguez

                         Mixed Media Art   

Artist Statement

I do not limit myself to one medium, style or concept.

Ultimately my hope is to amaze myself with a limitless approach.
The anticipation of discovering new techniques has never ceased to amaze me.
If my artwork can make you feel one emotion or make you look twice, then I have succeeded as an artist.

With love,
Marina

Biography

Marina Caballero-Dominguez is a Uruguayan-born artist who migrated to the United States in the 1980's at the age of twenty-two.

Today, she lives and works in Southern California.

Her art has been featured with great success at numerous events- in different locations throughout Southern California, South America and Europe- where pieces were purchased by collectors from around the world.

During an art conference at The International Ceramic Art Exhibition in the city of Yixing, China in 2005, one of her pieces was accepted into their permanent collection where it remains into today.

In 2012, the Museum of Latin-American Art granted her the award Female Artist of the Year.

Since 2004 she's worked on numerous private commissions. Today you can find her commissioned artwork in elegant homes, hotels, restaurants and business reception halls on four continents.

Marina offers private and group classes in Mixed Media, Painting, Encaustic and more. The classes are held at her very own studio providing hands-on instruction for all levels of experience.

If you are interested in learning more about her, you can chat with her at MarinaArt2001@gmail.com (using this website as subject)

Exhibitions

2016- Juried Group Exhibition. OCCCA Gallery, Santa Ana, CA
2008- Solo Exhibition. Outside Galleria Laguna Beach, CA
2007- The Consulate General of Uruguay in Los Angeles, CA
2006- Juried Art Exhibition. Mission Viejo, CA
2006- Latino Art Museum Biennale. Pomona, CA
2005- Biennale, L.A.M. Pomona, CA
2004- Biennale, L.A.M. Pomona, CA
2003- Biennale, L.A.M. Pomona, CA




Art Education


A handful of colleges,
dozens of workshops...
and hundreds upon hundreds of hours discovering the artist inside me, enjoying good music in my lovely tiny studio.