"I don't speak about nature. I speak about abundance. That's why I believe nature feels so comfortable in my work. It messes with permission adopting shapes and colors for show fully as if we were one."
Her inspiration emerges from the most genuine connection with what nature offers and the organic that is found in it. Her craftsmanship is a virtue that she brings to each of her artworks. In her work we find sincerity and sensitivity. It connects with her maternal fiber, like Pachamama.
María Paula Caradonti was born in 1979 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2001 she achieved a degree in Art from “Escuela Nac. de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón.”
In 2002 she travels to Italy and settled down in Rome where she performs many exhibitions.
Back in Argentina in 2003, she begins showing her work both in solo and group exhibitions with talented artists such as Adrian Lirman and Claudio Roncoli.
Rome, New York, Texas, Miami and Uruguay are places, to name a few, where she performed exhibitions.
Her work can be found in diverse private art collections around the globe. Over the years, Maria Paula has become a strong humanitarian activist and donates artworks for many charities.