Maria Tilt:
I Am Alive

We’re excited to share with you this stunning collection of artworks by digital artist Maria Tilt, who summons some powerful imagery from her emotional response to life experiences.

We love that Artsmouth is a free gallery for such interesting and talented artists, so please keep sharing our exhibitions, and do tell any artists you know about us!

Integration by Maria Tilt
Passage Of Time by Maria Tilt
Lethargy by Maria Tilt
Self-Destruction by Maria Tilt
Love Me Not by Maria Tilt
Self-Obsession by Maria Tilt
Goodbye by Maria Tilt
Fragility by Maria Tilt
Detach by Maria Tilt
Stagnation by Maria Tilt
Soulmate by Maria Tilt
Lone by Maria Tilt

We asked the artist…

How would you describe your work?
My work is conceptual, often quite abstract in content, but expressive in style. I use limited colour palettes and I’ve seemingly settled on red as my preferred colour! It makes my images bold, but perhaps quite jarring.

What inspires you?
My painting is predominantly influenced by my own personal experiences of emotions. I use art as a way to explore thoughts and express things that are difficult to understand sometimes. However, some pieces are inspired by particular people in my life, and others are explorations of concepts I’ve read about and have interested me.

What materials do you generally use?
My work is all digital. I use a Wacom Intuos graphics tablet to create my paintings in Adobe Photoshop.

What’s been your favourite project to work on so far?
I don’t have any one favourite project, but I’m lucky to have had the opportunity to work alongside a variety of very talented creatives. I’ve particularly enjoyed working collaboratively with local musicians and music venues, creating album artwork and promotional materials.

What are you currently working on?
I’m actually just about to get started on a new musical project, creating some album artwork for an up and coming band.

Where can we find more of your work?

You can find me on Instagram (@mariatiltartist) or over on my Facebook page (Maria Tilt Artist).

Check out these previous exhibitions…

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