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|Sergio Teran||Biography: My paintings and drawings are deeply personal and represent streams of thought based on personal experiences and the individuals who have influenced my life. I paint realistically, but not necessarily academically.
My flaws represent the idiosyncrasies of my personal vision. I characterize my approach as magical surreal. Symbolic tableaus weave into non-linear narratives. They are backdrops of colliding realities: my past, present, and imagined experiences.
I was raised in a working-class household of immigrant parents. My mother was a seamstress and my father, a welder/ ironworker. They both relied on the mastery of their skills to put food on the table. The exposure to their labor carried over into my psyche. Birthyear: 1974 Galleries: Arte Américas, Fresno, CA
Avenue 50 Studios, Highland Park, CA
South West Museum Of American Indian Art, Highland Park, CA
Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, Ca.
Pasadena Playhouse Pasadena, Ca.
Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, Ca. Media: oil Style: surrealistic Subjects: people, portraits and characters|
|Mirjam Mölder-Mikfelt||Biography: Mirjam Mölder-Mikfelt is a free-spirited artist creating art inspired
by love, nature and her synesthetic experiences.
Her vibrant art uses different media to explore spiritual sensuality
and human connection with nature. The colourful palette invites the
viewer to celebrate life.
Painting is for her a spiritual practice, a way to spread the Love. It
is her path of meditation. Guests of her exhibitions often feel her
work radiating intense love energy and a certain bliss.
Mirjam is a dedicated artist aiming to reflect the sensual essence of
what she experiences with synesthesia – the mysterious phenomenon of
mixed senses. Her paintings are charged with emotion and are rich in
bright colours that are intuitively selected through synesthesia. All
the wonderful colours surrounding her bring her into a state of
meditative presence. She often finds herself floating in feelings of
As an autodidact, she is always eager to learn, try out new things and
evolve through experimenting. Her approach to painting is playful, as
she invents her own techniques to express her ideas in very different
ways. She can move easily between mediums and doesn’t feel tied to a
particular style. Her passion comes purely to life on the canvas.
Mirjam loves to nurture her soul by taking long walks and hikes in
nature. The serenity it gives is essential for spiritual growth and
experiencing life with gratitude. Nature fills her mind with beauty and
peace and provides her with creative energy.
Mirjam Mölder-Mikfelt has participated in numerous exhibitions and art
projects in Estonia and abroad since 2004. Country: Estonia Birthyear: 1985 Media: mixed media Style: spiritual Subjects: other, Nudes and Nature|
| Psytribe||Biography: Psytrance Birthyear: 1997|
|Script Flawz||Biography: Above the Grasslands Trail, rolling hills covered in tallgrass and a Water Tank covered in paint., Water tank painting Style: mystical Subjects: geometric shapes|
|Vincent Reed||Biography: I began life back in the mid 1960’s, a child of the modern dawn. As a
young child I grew up within the school system of secondary &
comprehensive education. I was always drawing and used to accompany my
written work with little pictures which really told my story, much
better that my literal attempts. As I entered my teenage years I was
strongly influenced by the cultural power of British music and fashion.
Central London became a place of excitement where I could embrace the
latest trends, explore lively clubs and listen to amazing live music. I
found many interesting pastimes like antiques, fishing & cycling, but
one of my favourites was always drawing and making things.
After Leaving school at seventeen I joined a government sponsored youth
training apprenticeship scheme specializing in electrical engineering.
This was a great opportunity to learn all about the mechanics of
machining combined with electronics, working to tolerances of precision
engineering & tooling. After passing my exams, I started working for
British Telecom as a telecommunications engineer based in Hemel
Hempstead, Hertfordshire. Later I continued working on Ministry of
Defence contracts for a number of years.
St Albans School of Art & Design
At that time a good friend of mine, namely Jon Stone, exclaimed he was
going to Art College. As he spoke about this new venture I saw his eyes
light up and realized his passion for what was coming. As I sat there
listening, I remember saying to him, if only I could do something like
that. Art College seemed a million miles away from someone like me.
However I felt the calling to have a go and began to make inquiries
about how I could join the art school. I spent that summer preparing my
drawings and took them to be critiqued and studied.
My art teachers were so positive & kind, and offered me a place as a
mature student within St Albans Art School at a foundation level in Art
& Design. I can’t remember being so excited; each morning I would
bounce out of bed ready to start a new day mixing with like-minded
creative people and stay there working until closing.
At the end of the term which finished so quickly I presented my
collection of paintings at the end of term exhibition. It was a
compilation of impressionist oil paintings from my trips to the Lake
District, loosely based on the work of Monet, Van Gogh and contemporary
artists such as Mark Rot... to see complete biography, click on artist's name Country: UK Birthyear: 1967 Galleries: Saatchi Art Gallery Media: mixed media Style: abstract Subjects: landscapes and nature|