Title: Oceanic

Technique: Mixed Media & Acrylic Paint on Canvas,
Size: 70 x 50 cm,  Year: 2021

Concept: As Jacques-Yves Cousteau said, “People protect what they love”.  For me, being in the water brings so much joy and magic moments, therefore with this piece I would like to emphasise that we all have a responsibility to help protect and restore our seas and oceans for next generations. Moreover, the future impact of sea level rise something impossible to ignore as rising water levels can have potentially large impacts on our lives.


Artist: Magdalena Maestri


    Magdalena Maestri


    Magdalena Maestri is an emerging contemporary artist based in Luxembourg who excels at fluid and abstract art using different color and texture configurations.

    She was born in Poland but also lived in Belgium, UK, Italy, and Hong Kong; the experience of all different cultures and landscapes can be found in her work.

    Her creations reflect the fascination by nature’s sublime beauty, music, photography, and in particular day-to-day emotions of life. In her view art is a form of meditation, a creative process inspired by intuition as well as self-expression and perhaps even an encounter with an inner vulnerable self.

    She believes art has no boundaries, she loves exploring and challenging herself. Experimenting is of the utmost importance to her as she continues to grow through learning new techniques while always venturing into new styles.

    She gladly accepted the invitation to participate to the International Contemporary Exhibition “GAIA – The origin” as the nature, ecology and climate change issues are close to her heart.