A Tribute to Beauty, May 23, 2019:
Art Exhibit - 6:00 pm

Before It’s Forgotten...

DMCS has collaborated with local artist, Fabiola Martinez, to incorporate Art in our tribute to Beauty. Fabiola’s stunning artwork, her enthusiasm for educating young people in the importance of beauty, and her passion for the role of beauty in culture are just a few of the reasons we’ve partnered with her!

This unique art exhibit will feature paintings, 10 x 10 in.,  inspired by the  artistic treasures of St Peter's Catholic Church, an architectural tribute to beauty…

This art project aims to capture representative elements of this beautiful Church "Before it’s Forgotten..."

The art project will be revealed on May 23rd at 6 pm at The Cornerstone.

The art works will be for sale and 25% will be donated by the artist to continue the art programs at dmcs.

About the Artist….


Fabiola Martinez Rodriguez was born in Mexico City and grew up in the City of Santiago de Querétaro.She is an Architect from the Instituto Tecnologico de Querétaro and she moved to Saint John New Brunswick  several years ago, where she got married and raised two children, considering Mexico and Canada as her home. 

Fabiola works as a professional artist, her art shows the beauty created when we blend different cultures together. Combining architecture, natural elements and light to represent the energy that surrounds us and the connection we all share.

To Fabiola, architecture is the silent witness to life unfolding. It’s not just about the buildings, though they show the culture, it’s about the life that is around them, within them and growing beneath them. Using the cochineal from her homeland for its vibrant red colour, Fabiola incorporates nature into each piece and with it, she brings part of her heritage to the canvas.


Fabiola’s work has been exhibited in art centers, galleries and universities in the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia as well as the city of Vancouver, the Lancaster Museum of Art and History in California, The New Brunswick Museum and Lotton Gellery in Chicago. in Mexico, her work has been exhibited at the Cineteatro Rosalio Solano in her hometown. 

Fabiola is passionate about art education and community was named by  the YMCA of Greater Saint John as a Community Champion 2018 and nominated as immigrant entrepreneur in 2015 by Fusion Saint John . She has been the recipient of several grants by the prestigious  ArtsNB and the Department of Tourism and Cultural Heritage of  New Brunswick .


Fabiola is  part or the board of directors of  Craft NB and a jury member of Nova Scotia Designer Crafts Council,
WEAD-Women Eco Artist Dialog
LACAP- Latin American- Canadian Art Projects in Toronto.