Based in Miami, Josafat Miranda Mexican artist uses his imagination to feed his rich endeavor. Fabric, wood, aluminium, paper and cardboard acting simply as active surfaces in living escapist images. Thus, the purpose of this graduate of the National school of the Fine Art is based on precise drawing and love for detail. An incorporating different materials as graphite, silver, gold, acrylic and the ancient technique of encaustic. With a distinct sense of movement, his paintings are translation of life. This brings a knowledge of life with a process of small hidden things of everyday life.
Delusion, animals in general and insects. Josafal in his new series tells us a different and almost monochromatic vision, skulls and black hearts, a cleaner work, and detailed, without much color. This new series is also being previewed at SUN Museum, Monterrey, Mexico.
The exhibition opens on the 12th of October 8-12pm
In Cafeina Wynwood
297 NW 23rd St,
Miami FL 33127