Trending Gallery Artsy money: Artist uses currency notes as her canvas to recreate iconic paintings Artist Mari Roldan makes famous paintings on money and uses it as her canvas. She posts her pictures on Instagram and delights her fans with amazing portraits on currency notes. See pics. Art is limitless and there are no boundaries when it comes to breaking the imagination and creating something priceless. One such brilliant artist with Instagram handle as mariroldan_ showcases her work on social media. Artist Mari Roldan makes famous paintings on money and uses it as her canvas. She posts her pictures on her personal Instagram account and delights her fans with amazing portraits. The young artist who is based in Spain has found her niche in the art world by painting on the money. Scroll down to have a look at some of her works below and let us know what you think in the comment section. Although she has been posting these picture for a while now it is only now that her work has gained more attention and people on social media have appreciated her. While talking to Indian Express Online Roldan shared her love for art and how she came up with this unique idea of making paintings on the currency notes. Calling herself as an autodidactic Roldan said, "I have not studied art in some professional course. I have learned everything on my own". "The idea of painting over tickets occurred to me because I wanted to have a little bit of me all over the world, that people reflect on the painting and give a little more value to the money", she said. Talking about her love for paintings she said, "All my life I have been painting. Ever since I was a kid and did it with a pencil". "However initially it was just a hobby for me. Now I have realised that I want to dedicate myself to it professionally", she added. Talking about her future plans Roldan said, "I want to make my own paintings and little create a space in the world of art". Roldan does all her projects without any help. Using Euro currency she makes her paintings. Well, we are totally hooked to this quirky way of showcasing paintings. Are you?