Oil On Canvas
Influenced by Picasso’s period of cubism, and surrealism and De Kooning’s abstract expressionism, M. Solorzano paints biomorphic shapes. She is great at ambiguously blending figure and ground in her pictures while dismembering, re-assembling and distorting her figures in the process. An admirer of beauty, she paints the female form as the mother of the universe, and nature meshed into one. Her art has been changing through the years to a more figurative style and melodic lines.
This wonderful piece is, I guess, a little bit inspired by Klimt, and a little bit inspired by Tamara de Lempicka. M.Solorzano tells us that she wanted to paint a beautiful woman, dressed with beautiful accessories and makeup. She kept the background clean, because she wanted her hair to look almost like a sticker. She loves flowers, and has been painting them or doodling them in some way or another, since she was child. You will find, that most of her paintings have flowers in them. She’s a little Art Deco, and a little Art Nouveau. She’s feminine and knows her power.