Sean Martorana

Philadelphia, PA

"Sean Martorana captures nature’s imperfect beauty, delivering sophisticated interior designs that stimulate the senses."
Art & Design for Interiors / Wall Hanging Treatment / Wallpaper / Textile Floral Prints / Pillows
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Sean Martorana’s artwork and designs transform familiar subjects into conceptual representations, coursing with the energy and emotion that lies beneath the surface of everything he sees. By deconstructing the physical existence of figures, florals, and fauna, he reveals the power and spirit that connects all things and beings.
With a base in drawing, painting, and design, the possible applications of Sean’s work are myriad, as he continually experiments with new subjects and mediums in his bold, iconic style. Sean’s work graces two-dimensional surfaces, hand-painted murals, fashion collaborations, large-scale multi-media installations and interior surface designs with his textile collections. His work has been shown in galleries, restaurants, hotels, on the street, and in homes.
What motivates Sean to keep moving forward is knowing the powerful effect that art and design can have on people. He continues to spread his artistic energy through personal pieces, commissions, and collaborations with artists in various creative fields.

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How do your pieces come to life? Tell us one interesting thing about your creative process?

"My work starts with an emotion or feeling I want to project or infuse into a piece. Once I have gathered the elements and done the research, I usually start off with just pencil and paper. It is then possible I draw the same thing three times leading up to the final piece. From the pencil drawing I may trace that into a fine line ink piece, scan that in and then apply it to the final place whether that be a wall, canvas or other piece of material."
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What do you want people to do or feel when they encounter your creations?

"I want people to feel power when seeing or using my work for the first time. A surge of energy that sparks an emotion unique to the person that is interacting with the artwork, design or product."
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