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Thought-Provokers: Downtown & Brickell

Miami has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Downtown & Brickell that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Raphael Federici

Proud of my Generation Y, I seek to be its spokesman by the types of subjects and techniques I use. I seek to establish a contact with his contemporaries by trying out a universal language called ‘urban Art’. Read more>>

Megan Kelly

Megan Kelly was born in Asheville, North Carolina. She received her Bachelors in Fine Arts at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a specialization in Illustration in 2010. Megan works predominantly in painting, both large and small scale. Read more>>

Silvia Mazabel

I studied digital design in Barcelona where I lived and worked for 10 years, became professional commercial photographer here in Miami and now I teach at Miami AD school, have my clients and I’m a single mom. I like hard work and challenges, they are great not for my ego but for my spirit. Read more>>

Isaac Mead-Long

Having grown up in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania I always have had a love for movies. I think to have two parents that love cinema and the arts really helped instill my love for movies, but I never really knew the potential until moving to Miami for college. Read more>>

Stephanie Jaffe

Ms. Jaffe’s large public art features include both 2D and 3D projects with bold, colorful composition, graceful 3D forms, and realized in a myriad of durable materials. Attention to detail, fine craftsmanship, and workability are hallmarks of a Jaffe public art feature. Read more>>

L David Stewart

Always a creative. Designer for 20 years, photographer for 20 years. Currently, an educator completing a Doctoral degree in business. Creative has been my balance in a world of numbers and deadlines. Read more>>

Ines Hegedus-Garcia

I’m a creative at heart with a bachelor’s in architecture from the University of Miami. After a few curve balls from life chose to be a full-time REALTOR but always with a creative focus because it’s what I’m good at. Read more>>

Marko Tomić

I came back home I was painting 3 days 3 nights without knowing how to paint without any pain or tiredness I created with divine energy with ease about 25/30 paintings for the first time. I still feel how I felt. That was my start my starting story. There is much more to it. Read more>>

Nicholas Small

Illustration has always been a passion of mine, even long before I knew I wanted to pursue it full time. When I was younger I was really interested in animation and the gaming industry. I got my first degree in computer animation at the Art Institute Miami International University of Art and Design (previously called the International Fine Arts College) and even got accepted into the Masters program. Read more>>

Jorge Blanco

I grew up in home where there was practically no art to speak of, my first contact with art was when I was twelve years old while visiting my best friend’s home, his parents were important art collectors, I was very impressed with Auguste Herbin’s work, it inspired me to draw, it was like a light went on in my brain. Read more>>

Cecilia Freire

I was born in Argentina and I move to Miami in 2000. I studied graphic design at UBA (University of Buenos Aires), I started working with art when I moved to Miami, taking clases and playing with collage and mixed media to find what moves me. Read more>>

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