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Maribel Matthews
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Purple Trees
Acrylic on Cardboard
30" x 40" 

    Purple Trees

    Acrylic on Cardboard
    30" x 40"
  • Night Forest
Acrylic on Cardboard
23" x 33" 

    Night Forest

    Acrylic on Cardboard
    23" x 33"
  • River Trees
Acrylic on Cardboard
23" x 33" 

    River Trees

    Acrylic on Cardboard
    23" x 33"
  • Fading Seas
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
40" x 30" 

    Fading Seas

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
    40" x 30"
  • Long Summer
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
30" x 40" 

    Long Summer

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
    30" x 40"
  • Environmental Impacts
Oil on Canvas
38" x 54" 

    Environmental Impacts

    Oil on Canvas
    38" x 54"
  • Melting Snow
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
30" x 40" 

    Melting Snow

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
    30" x 40"
  • New Winter
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
30" x 40" 

    New Winter

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
    30" x 40"
  • Strange Autumn
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
30" x 40" 

    Strange Autumn

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
    30" x 40"
  • New York New York
Oil on Canvas
40" x 30" 

    New York New York

    Oil on Canvas
    40" x 30"
  • Silver Pots
Oil on Canvas
40.5" x 30" 

    Silver Pots

    Oil on Canvas
    40.5" x 30"
  • Masquerade
Oil on Canvas
33" x 27.5" 

    Masquerade

    Oil on Canvas
    33" x 27.5"
  • Madonna and Child
Oil on Canvas
29.5" x 36" 

    Madonna and Child

    Oil on Canvas
    29.5" x 36"
  • Trees in the Mist
Oil on Canvas
40" x 54" 

    Trees in the Mist

    Oil on Canvas
    40" x 54"
  • Twilight
Oil on Canvas
35" x 35" 

    Twilight

    Oil on Canvas
    35" x 35"
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Maribel Matthews

British artist Maribel Matthews has shifted the focus of her work to confront the imminent crisis of climate change. Her abstract pieces are created with a combination of oils and mixed media, in an effort to use more environmentally friendly materials. Her pieces often employ bold colors to create powerful scenes of abstracted nature, intended to be a reminder of the threat of increasingly violent natural disasters.

Gibralter, cites the mediteranean environment as influence on her color palette. Matthews is a master of style and medium, and is able to seamlessly transition from a thickly impastoed oil abstraction, to more delicate fauvist or impressionistic scenes. The retired teacher hopes her art will serve to not only better educate the world about the realities of climate change, but also to be a portal to a slightly better world.




Seeking Beauty In All Things

Maribel Mathews’ work pays homage to the ever-abounding good in life that is often unseen.

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