Regina Schneider and her paintings, multi-colored and charming, paid tribute to one of the pioneers of Wynwood, Brazilian Michael Krymchantowski who arrived in the neighborhood when no one knew the place. A kind of pioneer of Wynwood. As she has a strong relationship with Brazil, she decided to give a gift to Michael Krymchantowski and his fiancée, Michelle Lex, painting on a beautiful piece of art as a tribute.
“Can Art alleviate souls? This is my project.
My work is about reshaping reality by giving smoothness and sensuality to my sculptures. In return, people feel lighthearted and at peace. This is my reward.
I keep caressing my sculptures. My hands are my eyes. I carve in limestone and plaster, with hand tools only and also work with mixed media, always inspired by nature. This is my process.
Since 2013, I’ve been living and working in Miami. I want to reach out to the world. This is me..”
Capucine Safir is a self-taught, Miami-based French sculptor.
After many years working in the movie industry, she graduated in interior design in Sydney, Australia where she lived for a few years.
In 2009, Capucine’s life took a new turn when her second son was born disabled; after caring for her children full time for four years, as she moved to Miami, she decided to pursue her love of art and started working full time as a sculptor.
She enjoys every aspect of this art from the physical implication to, the sound of the tools to, the dust. But, most of all, it is the appearance of the form emerging from the block that makes direct carving so special. She soon found her own style through soft rounded shapes. Streamlined, pure, atypical are some of the adjectives which best define her sculptures.
Her work is very instinctive whether she creates animals or abstract sculptures. The worlds of sculpture, design, as well as painting or nature itself also make up her varied artistic influences.
She carves in stone and plaster with hand tools only and also works with mixed media.