Using art as a source of medical therapy, Costa Rican artist Rosibel Marin López discovered her artist talent late in life. Focusing on surrealism, Marin's art intertwines the beauty of women with tropical and vibrant flowers, allowing projection of her thoughts in a beautiful and subtle way. She tells us, "The flower is a delicate subject for these women. For some it is the sweet scent and striking colors which signify a gift or a pleasant memory, and for others it harbors changes that lie ahead. I want to bring a positive message to women, their feelings and experiences." Rosibel received the title of middle technical in fine arts from the Escuela La Casa del Artista in 2010, and has also worked as a teacher of drawing and painting at different institutions in Costa Rica, and is currently working at Fundacion El Futuro de Todos (The Future Belongs to All Foundation), a training center for young people with Down syndrome.
Read more about Rosibel in A.M. Costa Rica and Ancora.