Jeremy Miranda’s Worlds Within Worlds

22 Dec 2012

From tropical forest to aquatic scenery, Jeremy Miranda’s showcasting dramatic parallel worlds

Jeremy Miranda’s paintings are focused on connecting two parallel dimensions, with use of ladders, he sharply emphasizes the differences of both pieces, linked together in a rather conventional manner.

With a gentle sense of layering, each of these whimsical paintings carry along a soothing and mesmerizing representation of worlds within worlds.

Ranging from the tropical forest to aquatic scenery, his acrylic paintings feature dramatic greenhouses and imaginative structures, muffled in a warm, nocturnal lightning. With a quite eclectic point of view, the painter has a worked out a balanced correlation between form and structure of both worlds.

His works are mostly small scaled, which makes them fit perfectly within thematic series. His latest summery-night-greenhouses are a great example such series. The set of paintings deeply drags you into each enchanting scene, with calm, muted colors of olive tones, you’ll long to visit such peaceful planthouse, over and over again.

You can check a great deal of work on his website.
I’ll also recommend you browsing through his blog, to get a closer look on the diversity and process of his work.


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