World Renowned Mural artists and up & coming raw talent, Miami’s Artistic flavor is so delicious you don’t want to miss it!
Live art is a vibrant part of the Miami scene – amazingly talented creators, in real time, using a variety of mediums evolving with the eb and flow of life.
Please check back for 2015 Live Art Happenings…
Here’s a Video from the 2013 Festival of DaveL’s mural on our trailer!
Past Live Artists Include:
LEBO is a Cuban American artist widely recognized for working in a wide spectrum of creative medium includ- ing murals, paintings and sculptures. Live painting on- stage with Rusted Root and Keith Secola. Live auctions to follow performances.
“EVLworld presents CoLab 13-13. Miami’s Premier Collaborative Creative Fun Drawing Event! Let your inner artist shine!” Erni Vales may be best known for his development of the 3D graffiti style that has influenced thousands worldwide to follow his technique; however, Vales, has a portfolio reaching far beyond what might be expected from a graffiti artist.
Mr Herget Artist. Chancellor of Hope. Phantom of The Chakras. Love Activist. Positive Expectant. Born in Miami. Raised in YourCity. 22.
Chy Tea is an emerging artist in Miami and has involved himself with many mediums of art. Acrylic being his preference, he has also worked with charcoal, aerosol spray paint, acrylic, oil and watercolor paint, wheat paste etc. Furthermore, He has exhibited his works in many venues in Miami and is very active in the Wynwood community.
Dave L‘s work is inspired by his surroundings & growing up in Miami. His aquatic themes reveal life through his eyes, the vibrant use of color evoking a play- ful yet meditative state of mind.
Ernesto Kunde Miami has long been a complex landscape intriguing & beguiling over four generations of visual artists. For Ernesto transforming the mangroves, wild birds, & crackled Deco architecture into a physically viable format is a simple process. He displays a keen eye for interpreting his tropical surroundings maintaining a colloquial tone: the vital elements of Miami as a natural and urban biosphere are omnipresent for Kunde, appearing on cuts of canvas, found wood & corrugated aluminum.
Ivan Roque is an urban artist from Miami, Florida. Raised in the infamous inner city neighborhood of Carol City, Ivan has always had a passion for art, hip hop, and culture alike. His works have been featured during Art Basel at Pop Up Pianos Miami, a solo show at NAC Gallery, & are widely collected.
Kazilla is a Miami street artist. Her style bounds between the street arts and fine arts. She currently works as a muralist, whose inspired works arise from her background in math, science & biology. A native of New Mexico, she now hails from Miami, although maintains her status as an urban nomad.
Rei Ramirez is a Fine Artist & Graphic Designer residing in Miami Beach. In 2008 Rei began to work on a technique that combined his favorite art styles:portraiture, realism, graffity, art nouveau, comics, fantasy art, surrealism, Japanese print and Graphic Design. Using medias like acrylic on canvas, carved wood, pencils, airbrush, and pen and ink, Rei tries to create a world of color, people and animals using a combination of these styles, creating unique and hand crafted pieces.
Ruben Ubiera is a Dominican neo-figurative artist, known for his strong use of the line. He has been drawing and painting ever since he had use of reason. Ruben paints and draws in a style considered by many as PopSurrealism, but he prefers to call it urban-pop.
Danny Ferrer 22 yr old Daniel Ferrer is a Cuban-American visual artist hailing out of sunny Miami, FL. Influenced by today’s culture, social issues, and spirituality his work is a breath of fresh
James Brutus is an emerging and promising artist who went head first into the art scene. James’ body of work focuses primarily on painting and portraiture where his reputation of powerful figures balance between both meticulous brush strokes and dynamic loose energy. These figurative pieces question the social notion of nature and beauty; thus the age-old human longing for perfection.
Jay Bellicchi aka REMOTE Since moving to Miami in 2000, Boston native Jay has taken his place in the art scene as a dynamic artist with influences in graffiti, fine art & design. At an early age Jay was inspired by a budding hip-hop culture, as well as the alternative punk rock scene. Jay’s love for music and art directed him towards graffiti, which influences and informs his work to this day. Jay creates abstract reflections of urban decay, layered chaos juxtaposed with crisp lines and shapes. Graffiti and street art deteriorate as time progresses, things get erased, gone over, crossed out and weathered. This process creates an aesthetic that speaks to me, one that I find beautiful. I aim achieve this aesthetic using various techniques in each of my paintings.
Nate Dee Born and raised in south Florida, Nathan Delinois has numerous influences including his Haitian background and the use of color in a lot of Haitian art, as well as street art, the design quality of African art and the drama of Greek art from the Hellenistic period can also been seen in his work. Additionally, he takes some influences from the new pop surrealists. His work is similar to a potpourri with a mélange of images and patterns. Usually based on a figurative element that is the focal point, the images and patterns are representative of his personal experiences, ideas, and philosophies.
Gabriel Gimenez, better known as GG, a 23-year-old self-made artist born in Venezuela, is the force behind Miami’s new age art movement. With a relentless curiosity towards life and tremendous work ethics, GG has built a name for himself in the art and fashion community. His talents caught the eyes of art enthusiasts, and has shown in local, national and international art fairs, special events and galleries. His inspirations spring from personal life experiences, feelings, emotions, goals and events that affect our environment in a negative or positive way – a personal life analysis expressed through his characters, main character being Fado.
Luis Valle is a Nicaraguan born artist living in Miami Florida. Born April 16, 1977 in Managua. In 1979 his family left Nicaragua for the United States because of civil war and political instability in the country. He grew up in Miami where he received his primary and high school education. Luis believes that spirituality has been lost in the mix of commercialism and fashion in art. He strives to bring the essence of the soul to his artwork. He believes that humans are inherently spiritual beings who are here to realize the same goal. Which is the self realization of his or herself and destiny.
Jayccees Feliz: Born and raised in Miami Specializing in graphic design and visual art. His style changes depending on the types of work he does. He loves to mix water colors with ink, combining the two to make characters bold with colors that your eyes can’t get enough of. He’s known for his water color technique but is also skilled in other medias as well. His work is inspired by clouds so there’s always something new to paint.
Yo Miami What began as a passion for art, music and Miami has evolved into a force to be reckoned with in the local scene. An artists’ ecosystem, YoMiami bring together creatives from all walks of life and shines a light on the best that Miami culture has to offer.
Life Is Art: “Culture Builds Communities” Life Is Art is a Florida 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to create positive change in the community with the arts and culture through events and education. Founded in January of 2009, with a goal of building the community through cultural infrastructure, Life Is Art has produced or co-produced over sixty events with many more to come. Art shows, art fairs and festivals, educational workshops and networkers are just a few of the many programs Life Is Art uses to support the working artists, local businesses and the community in South Florida. www.lifeisartfest.org