Marta Bartolozzi, a native New Yorker, has lived in Philadelphia since 1990. She is a graduate of the Parson's School of Design in New York where she majored in Fashion and Editorial Illustration.
In 1984 she moved to Forence Italy where she apprenticed and worked alongside Florentine master artisans, becoming expert at the restoration of antique wood statuary and furniture.
While in Tuscany, she began to paint the iconic landscape and has been painting ever since. An award-winning artist, she has won various prizes at art institutions; i.e., Philadelphia Sketch Club, Main Line Art Center. Exhibits include Woodmere Museum, Plastic Club,, Philadelphia Sketch Club, and other regional and local art venues.
Marta is a representational painter. Her media include oil, gouache and pastel/charcoals. Themes include Landscape, Equine/Horse related and Carriage Paintings, Still Life, Portrait (Human and Animal) and Historical Architecture.
Marta has lived in Swarthmore for 23 years.