Martha Spak

Contemporary artist creating site-specific public art to enhance community identity and engagement.
About Martha Spak

Martha Spak is a Washington, DC artist and curator whose media include sculpture and painting. Her 3D sculptures are intended to be familiar yet unique. They are made of abstract shapes that communicate emotions, and can act as a focal point for social interaction and engagement. The sculpted circular shapes offer a fluid and open-ended narrative that allows viewers to engage with and speak to a wide range of individuals, transcending cultural, social, and linguistic barriers. Her 2D paintings offer a harmonious calming colors.
Spak has participated in many public art projects and gallery exhibitions. Her work has been represented in a number of private, corporate and public collections including the RBC Wealth Management, Art in Public Places, and private companies. She has been awarded commissions and artist grants for public art projects around the US.

Martha Spak
Preferred Pronouns: She/Her
Public art in Washington, DC

This interlocking structure symbolizes woven threads of a community transcending cultural, social and linguistic barriers.

Public Art Sculpture, Kirkland, WA
"Big Smile"

My happy or whimsical public art sculpture elicits positive emotions fostering natural social interactions. It creates a sense of identity and pride, enhancing public spaces and inclusivity. It strengthens a sense of togetherness.

A series of geometric paintings with harmonious colors.
Joyful Geometrics Wall Art Series
A series (32) abstract paintings of fluid geometric shapes and harmonious colors. Each unique painting uses color theory, and is meant to elicit a feeling of calming energy. The entire collection can be hung together or smaller collections curated for specific venues.

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