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About jorgeluissomarriba

I am a professional artist eternally enchanted by beauty and light. My painting and mixed-media's palette stems from the colors of the rainbow. My creative expression in a variety of media (mosaics, paintings, prints, illustrations, murals, collages, ceramics, and memory boxes) reflect my celebration for life, fueled by my passion as I chart my daily journey in art. You may visit my Etsy shop to purchase my original artworks at

A Ceramic Cup for a Fairy Princess!

In ceramic circles, I am a hand-builder not a potter –That is to say, I don’t use a potter’s wheel.  Instead, I enjoy having a spontaneous dialogue between clay and my hands and through this purely improvisational interaction, I bring … Continue reading

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Koran Juvenile Angel fish & My Muses!

My inspiring muses governing various artistic disciplines come and go at will in my daily life. Nevertheless, the ones whose domain is ceramics remain loyal by my side to keep my hands occupied with their whims if all other muses … Continue reading

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Gastronomic Memories from a Corner Deli

Years ago while meandering in Georgetown on a sunny afternoon, I serendipitous found a corner deli and ordered the most delicious roast beef sandwich I had in Washington, DC! Here are the ingredients:  A baguette, mayo, horseradish cream, pickled beets, … Continue reading

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What is Home? – Mixed Media Sculpture”

Many of the art projects I have been creating lately -That is to say, in the last few months while I’ve quietly been away from my wordpress blog in late 2014 and early 2015, have been unconventional in the usual … Continue reading

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The Blue Hawk Mascot – Mosaic

The mascot of Norwood School’s athletic programs is the Blue hawk.  In 2010, the Head of school commissioned me to create a logo of its mascot and I successfully did.  It is now proudly displayed on the floor of the … Continue reading

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Ceramic Cut-Outs in Homage to Matisse

For years I have been enchanted by the festive nature of Henri Matisse’s paper cut-outs.  I have personally seen some of the originals at the East wing of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. and, many of their … Continue reading

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I hope my greetings and best wishes for this new year will find you all who read and follow my blog well! I am back and I do plan to make my art visible for the year ahead. With kind … Continue reading

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