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Mag Magrela,  Brazil

“Tudo aquilo que me rodeia é reflexo do que sou"

11.25 x 16.50 in or 29.7 x 42 cm;

Fine art printing on Canson Photo Matte paper 200 gr.

This is one print of 20 units (not numbered, plate signature)

US$ 150 + tax and shipping


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This work by Mag Magrela, is entitled, in English, "Everything that surrounds me is a reflection of what I am".  It is a personal expression by the artist in which she depicts a female figure looking  directly at the viewer while she is radiating a type of magical encounter with the ethereal and the intangible. Mag illustrates the creative, instinctive and playful life with colors and other abstract figures going through in this perspective of the human psyche. The circular image that surrounds the woman, reminds us of the  cycle of life, day and night, the beginning and the ending, the yang and yin, the eternal continuity. She is serene as she understands the duality of life and that whatever you attract on the outside is a reflection of what’s inside.  


Carolyna Barbara Maciel is a graffiti artist, painter, sculptor and singer, including assemblages, embroidery, and tiles. Carolyna, who also goes by the name Mag Margrela, stands out for her work with graffiti, characterized by female figures which express melancholy, intimacy and spirituality.  She grew up in the neighborhood of Vila Madalena, a center of creativity in São Paulo, Brazil, and has been painting since 2007.  She began her art career by taking a three month long graffiti tutorial with Rui Amaral, who was one of the founders of Brazilian street art. This was the opening of a portal into the art world for her and she has never looked back.  Her work has been shown in The Huffington Post, StreetArtNews and Street Art NYC, to name a few. Also, she is part of a feature-length documentary called ‘Street Heroines’, a documentary focused on female street artists. 


The profit from the sale of  this print will be donated to the Birico Project*, in São Paulo, Brazil: ( and 

This print is in New York City and it can be viewed in person, by appointment. Please send an email to

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