Maria Parmo was born in Cordoba, Argentina, in 1959 and was active in art from her early childhood, including starting to study piano at age five. Her high school interest in mathematics carried into her studies at University where she majored in it for three years. Even though she had an intense interest in the subject she left the idea of having a career in it behind. But her studies in math have always given her a logical way of looking at things in the world and have had a direct influence on her artwork. In 1983 a painter friend invited her to an outdoors painting session, where she watched for the first time a painter begin a work with a blank canvas and work on it through completion. To her, it was a magical process. A few days later Parmo began her own work, and continued working until 1991 as a self-taught artist.It was that year that she entered the Art School of Universidad Nacional de Cordoba and got her B.A.degree in 1997 and she did receive the prize to Best 1995 class average of Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Since 1995 she has exhibited in Argentina as well as internationally. Parmo's works are in private collections of Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Paraguay, U.S.A.,Spain, Germany, Republic of Ireland and Serbia.
"Sketchbook Proyect Vol.IV". Brooklyn, NY; Austin,TX; Portland, ME; Atlanta, GA; Washington, DC; Seattle, WA; San Francisco, CA; Chicago, IL; Winter Park, FL
Painting World Exhibition. New Warmia and Mazury Music Hall, Olsztyn, Poland.
2010 "6000 Angelitos, 2010 Colection". Palacio Duhau-Park Hyatt, MALBA, Bs.As., AR.
“Sketchbook project" Library Tour 2010: Atlanta, New York, Boston, Saint Louis, Los Angeles, Chicago.
"Postcard From Edge". 12th Annual Visual AIDS benefit. Zieher-Smith Gallery. NYC, USA.
Landfill Art Project. An Artist Reclamation Project. Pennsylvania, USA.
“Reverie: Air Water Fire Earth”. Broadway Gallery. Soho, NYC. USA
“Post Card from Edge”. James Cohan Gallery.New York City, NY. USA
“IV Nacional painting exhibition of Salta State”. MAC. Salta, AR.
Maria Parmo/pinturas y construcciones. Galería Monteoro. Cordoba, AR.
"The Best of 123Soho 2006 Art Show".
"Cordobesas".Galería Zurbarán. Córdoba. AR.
"10WOMEN-10COUNTRIES 2004-2005". Noosa Gallery, Australia.
“Abstract Contest 2005” Braque Art gallery. Buenos Aires, AR.
María Parmo/Paintings. Solo Exhibition. Centro Cultural Recoleta. Buenos Aires, AR.
"3B ABSTRACT". Gallery 73. Beograd. Yugoslavia.
“Healing Powers of Art”. New York, USA.
"International Painting competition NAFA 2002". Brazil.
"Soho International Art Competition". Agora Gallery. New York, USA.
"María Parmo/2001".Teatro Real. Córdoba. AR.
"Holiday Inn Córdoba" Painting Biennal. Palais de Glace. Buenos Aires. AR.
I Holiday Inn Córdoba Painting Biennal. MEC. Cordoba, AR.
"Art Cordoba 2000". Sheraton Cordoba, Ar.
"XX State Fine Arts Exhibition". Fine Arts Museum Villa María. Cordoba, Ar.
"10 Mujeres en el Centro". Chateau Carreras Contemporary Arts Museum. Córdoba, AR.
"Corazón Republicano I". San Vicente Cultural Centre. Cordoba, AR.
"XIX National Painting Exhibition Cordoba - Pro Art Foudation". MEC. Córdoba, AR.
"Art Cordoba 99". Cordoba, AR.
"XXIII Exhibition and Prize Ciudad de Cordoba. Cabildo Historico. Córdoba, AR.
"I National Fine Arts Exhibition The Woman and her cultural protagonism". La Plata, AR.
"I National Fine Arts Exhibition of Salta State".State Fine Arts Museum. Salta, AR.
María Parmo/pinturas. Contemporary Art Gallery of National University of Córdoba. AR.
"VII Exhibition Povera Art". Art Gallery CID. Cordoba, AR.
"III Investigative Fine Arts Exposition". Malanca County Exhibition Center. Cordoba, AR.
"XIV National Painting Exhibition Córdoba Pro - Art Foundation". MEC. Cordoba, AR.
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