On this website a broad selection of Marina’s artwork.
“Bright and happy colours versus delicate and subtle transparency, are the two different ways in which I express my emotions.
Always from a positive perspective and aiming to show the good and beautiful side of life and everything around it. To achieve it I develop my subjects, stylizing or simplifying them towards my own colourful fantasy world.
Originality is very important for me, and I work hard to produce and to achieve my goal of being noticed and appreciated as an artist…”
Marina Kulik works as a full time artist in the Netherlands and the South of France. She divides her time between autonomous painting, portrait commissions, design work and teaching (aquarelle and live drawing) in Centre des Arts “Le Hangar” in Chateauneuf.
Like Victor&Rolf before, and Jean Paul Gaultier after her, Marina designed the 2012 Artbag for the Dutch Aids Fund. She painted the queens’ portrait for the Dutch Consulate in Nice and won the GP d’Aquarelle. She often exhibits internationally, most recently in Seattle, Rotterdam and Kopenhagen. Her artwork resides in galleries and private collections worldwide