Ena Marrero’s working process combines concept and functionality. Utilizing various media including paintings, works on paper, photography, sculpture and installation Marrero transforms memory and perceptions into ideas, and forms into dimensions. For the Walgreens Windows, Marrero creates brightly colored, stylized discs made from recycled materials used in daily life. These works invite passersby to see the familiar in new ways.
About the Artist
Having studied at the Art Students League and the National Academy of Design in New York, Ena Marrero moved to Miami in 1995 and continued her studies at the New World School of the Arts. Marrero has received numerous scholarships and awards and has participated in solo and group shows throughout South Florida and abroad. Her work is in numerous collections.