Heidi Mraz

Shaped By The Wind, The Story of Porsche 906-134
48″x72″; hand cut pieces of historical ephemera on wind tunnel blown orange pigment on wood; 2021

Heidi Mraz
Great Falls, Virginia, USA


Part Eye Candy. Part History Lesson. Part Hide & Seek.

Every significant car has a story and, with each new project, Artist Heidi Mraz is committed to find, document and share these stories in a compelling way by using art as her vehicle before the memories are lost and forgotten. Her engaging artwork is driven by research and fueled by narrative to celebrate and preserve automotive history on canvas.


Represented in both corporate and private collections, Heidi Mraz’s artwork is collected and exhibited internationally. Her clients include some of the world’s foremost automotive collectors, brands and museums. In 2019, she unveiled Beneath the Surface: Bugatti of Lake Maggiore, an automotive assemblage inspired by the Mullin Automotive Museum’s famed “Lady of the Lake” that spent 75 years submerged under water. Heidi has been the official poster artist for Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance and Art in Motion Concours in New York and has also been commissioned to paint the winning cars of the Amelia Island and Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. She is a consulting curator for The White Collection in San Francisco and has judged in major concours on the East Coast of the USA. Currently in
production, a feature-length documentary entitled AUTOmotive ARTifacts chronicles the behind-the-scenes of Heidi’s historically-based automotive assemblages. With a full portfolio and extensive lists of projects on the horizon, Heidi Mraz Fine Art launched Studio 717 in 2019 in the artist’s hometown of Great Falls, Virginia. Studio 717 is both a place of work and a viewing gallery for the artist, available for visitors by appointment.


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Beneath The Surface, The Bugatti of Lake Maggiore
48″x72″; ink, historical ephemera on canvas submerged in Swiss lake; 2019
Which Came First, The Ferrari Or The Egg?
48″x72″; paper and historical ephemera, hand-cut paper eggs on wood; 2021
Racing History, Celebrating 60 Years of Ferrari Racing
48″x72″; hand-cut historical ephemera on aluminum; 2019
Petal To The Metal: She Loves Me, LaFerrari
24″x18″; hand-cut paper ephemera on aluminum panel; 2018