About

Mardi-Storm-2014-web-500Mardi is a multi-disciplinary artist working with resin, steel, paint, and photography. She produces large scale artworks and commissions for public spaces, and shows photography and assemblage in juried exhibitions. Her works have appeared in print and media worldwide.

Her background is in oil painting, studying at San Francisco State University, which she pursued after an initial career utilizing her B.S. in Biology from University of California, Santa Cruz. She branched into producing sculpture after an initial visit to Burning Man in which she was inspired by the rampant creativity.

She invested time in learning about the business of art by working with an art consultant and helping acquire and project manage up to half-million dollar projects. She is familar with many of the requirements for art in contact with the public, OSHA needs, and structural engineers. Her role there morphed from Project Manager and Artist Relations to Director of Marketing.

Mardi Storm has a deep interest in dreams, mythology, and the spirit world and prefers to play between these realms, and honors the transformational path of the soul through this mystery called life.

When not in her studio, training her baby horse, or enjoying the outdoors of beautiful Sonoma County, Mardi is a healer and teacher of transformational programs which include intuitive painting, a transformative process for accessing the creativity within each of us.

Please visit www.mardistorm.com for her current art work website.

Please visit www.AwakenToYourDeeperSelf.com for more information on healing work.

 

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