|Artist / Creator||Marina Soria|
|Place of Publication||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Subject||Poem, Sky, Memories|
|Structure / Binding||Calligraphy, concertina book|
|Medium / Materials||Watercolor, gouache, bleach and pastels|
|Paper Stock||Arches and Canson papers|
|Number of Pages||6 pages|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||3.25 x 9.5 x .5 inches. Extends out to 17 inches.|
|Signed & Numbered||Signed by the artist|
Text by Nobuko Yoshida: "There are many different countries on the earth. No matter how difficult our lives may be, all of us share one same property, the sky. No matter how far away I was from my country, I always felt reassured when I looked up in the sky, thinking that the same sky was connected to where my family lives."
Artist BioBorn in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Degrees in Fine Arts (5 years study) and Graphic Design (3 years study). She has attended International Calligraphy Conferences in the USA and Europe taking courses with well known calligraphers such as Thomas Ingmire, Brody Neuenschwander, Ewan Clayton and Monica Dengo, amongst others. She has received national & international awards and exhibited her pictorial and calligraphic works in Argentina, Uruguay, USA, Spain, Japan, Germany, Russia, Italy and Norway. Her artworks and books are part of the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy in Russia, the Hans-Joachim Burgert Collection in Berlin, the Arezzo Public Library in Italy, the Latin American Collection for the Yale University and the Savannah College of Arts in the USA. She has published articles in specialized magazines and her works may be seen in LAR Annuals, Bound & Lettered, Novum (Germany), Typo (Mexico), several magazines and webpages in Argentine and the USA. In 2013, her work was extensively featured in LAR: 26:3.