Simply put, Jeremy Miranda is incredibly gifted. He has a knack for putting his technical dexterity and his seemingly limitless imagination together to create artwork that is engaging, thought-provoking, and beautiful. I am completely captivated by his style and the subject matter he depicts...it's so fresh and unique. And JM is masterful with color. The palette in each piece articulates a very specific mood and feeling.
I'd describe Miranda's work as mesmerizing in that he creates these dreamy, enchanting scenes. His paintings often show a world that combines realistic and surrealistic elements...and those are some of my favorite pieces because he takes the familiar and alters it so that you see it from an entirely different perspective.
Anyhow, I could keep going with the art babble, but I won't. You need to get on to the good stuff...behold a few selections from Jeremy Miranda's impressive oeuvre:
|Night Harvest - included in upcoming group show "Narrative Fragments" at Quidley & Company in Boston|
|Library by the Sea, archival print of original painting, available via Etsy|
|Searching, acrylic on wood panel, sold via Sebastian Foster|
|Two Chairs, acrylic on paper|
|we'll have you down sometime, acrylic on canvas|
guest house, acrylic on canvas
|micro climate, acrylic on panel, 2009|
This is one example from his series of icebergs. In terms of the simple, straightforward subject matter, they are so different from the other work shown in this lineup. I would LOVE to collect these!
|Iceberg at Dusk, acrylic on canvas, available via Sebastian Foster|
|Ladder, acrylic on wood panel, 2012 - sold via Sebastian Foster|
|Containers, acrylic on wood panel, available through Sebastian Foster|
|Shipwreck in the Surf, available through Quidley & Co.|
Well, what do you think? Any favorite pieces? If you're completely obsessed like I am, you really must check out more of his work on JeremyMiranda.com, his Etsy site (where you can buy affordable prints), and at representing galleries Sebastian Foster and Quidley & Company. Next time I'm in Austin, I'm hoping to pop into Sebastian Foster to see some of the paintings in person.