María Ortega Estepa
María Ortega Estepa
She has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Seville where she currently lives and works as a visual artist. She is an Art Therapist graduated from the University Pablo de Olavide, completing her training at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan. She develops her work in different media: painting, drawing and mural intervention... with a work closely linked to the social and educational field since its inception.
Maria has been working in the street since 2008, the year in which she had contact with the Saharawi people through her first mural in a context of political conflict. Since then, her activity is not limited to a particular support or place, since she works both in the public and private sphere, hospitals or social centers, leaving her mark with a very subtle and powerful work in almost all the places where she performs her interventions and workshops, always interacting with the public with whom she intervenes.
She currently works in the neighborhood of the three thousand homes in Seville as head of the plastic arts workshop of Fundación Alalá and coordinates the educational workshops of the INICIARTE Program.
As a visual artist she works with several galleries in Spain, and has received numerous awards and grants that have led her to exhibit in places like the CAC Malaga or BilbaoArte, her work is part of numerous collections both private and public.
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