Verónica Mar


“My research aims to find a balance between volume, form and space by emphasizing emptiness rather than mass. Inspired by Brancusi, I also continually seek the essence of life through organic lines and shapes.

These organic forms draw the air as an ethereal calligraphy subtly playing with texture, color and the ever-changing reflections caused by light.

The combination of classic and avant-garde materials such as steel, brass, aluminium and new materials such as Krion (acrylic stone) and carbon fibre allows me to articulate interior and exterior spaces with different levels of intimacy.

My sculptures are like a spiral: they move upwards, suggesting both physical and mental growth and ideas of purity and asceticism through minimal objective presence.

And in this sense, interaction with the viewer is important as he becomes part of the sculpture and engages in a challenging introspective dialogue in which he can recognize himself.

I have always been attracted to the monumentality of Anish Kappor, the essentialism of Donald Judd and the atmospheric installations of James Turrell. They all inspired me to articulate a dialectic of the eternal and the ephemeral, emptiness and fullness, light and darkness…

I feel that my work of art is a metaphor for the individual and his search for freedom, emancipation and self-realization.”

Verónica Martínez

About my work

Verónica Martínez Guerrero was born in Granada, Spain, on August 15, 1979.

1999-2005 – BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS. University of Barcelona. Spain.

2001-2004 – DEGREE IN INTERIOR DESIGN. Eina School of Art and Design, Barcelona. Spain.

In 2010, after 4 years in England working as an interior designer for different design and architecture studios, Veronica Mar returned to Madrid to found her studio, where she works with artisan sculptors to produce their unique pieces.

Veronica Mar became an internationally recognized and award-winning designer who exhibited at some of the most important international fairs such as Milan, Paris and London, presenting her designs as unique pieces, with the same concept she now does with sculpture: to represent in essential lines The complete form.

He currently lives and works in Madrid creating pieces for clients all over the world.