Marni Mutrux

Marni Mutrux is a figurative realism artist whose work explores and advocates themes of acceptance, community, and body image. Mutrux incorporates vibrant tropical flowers and plants into her work, evoking a sense of lushness and beauty that resonates with everyone’s inherent connection to nature. 

Drawing from her own experiences, Mutrux’s portrayal of women in both portraits and figures serves to delve into the intricate complexities of vulnerability and body image, warranting a genuine exploration of self-perception and fostering a sense of acceptance and forgiveness. 

Inspired by the artistic richness of the Pre-Raphaelite and Art Nouveau periods, as well as her personal life transitions, Mutrux’s works are imbued with an ethereal quality that blurs the lines of realism. She weaves patterns evoking childhood memories into her compositions, creating a visual tapestry, and inviting viewers to reflect on their own journeys of self-acceptance and connection. 

Mutrux currently lives and works in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She was born in Key West, Florida. Mutrux was awarded the Presidential Arts Scholarship and earned a BFA in painting from Salem State College in Massachusetts. She has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally.

Mutrux’s artwork has been published in Art Seen Magazine, The New Times SLO, San Francisco Weekly, Central Coast Living, and Monavita Magazine. Her work is in private collections internationally, most notably,  recent commissions of the first king of Saudi Arabia, Abdul Aziz, for his granddaughter.   

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Marni Mutrux
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Professional Artists Association Member

Women United Art Movement Member