Juan Carlos Collada

Artwork

Aqua de Beber - Pentaptych

Juan Carlos Collada

Aqua de Beber - Pentaptych

Hand Painted Feathers

100 x 60 in

Gypsy

Juan Carlos Collada

Gypsy

Hand Painted Feathers

Nemo's Flight

Juan Carlos Collada

Nemo's Flight

Hand Painted Feathers

30 x 60 in

Ode to Jasper

Juan Carlos Collada

Ode to Jasper

Hand Painted Feathers

42 x 42 in

Path to Enlightenment

Juan Carlos Collada

Path to Enlightenment

Hand Painted Feathers

42 x 42 in

Secret Love

Juan Carlos Collada

Secret Love

Hand Painted Feathers

42 x 42 in

Skylark

Juan Carlos Collada

Skylark

Hand Painted Feathers

12 x 72 in

Spinning Wheel

Juan Carlos Collada

Spinning Wheel

Hand Painted Feathers

36 x 36 in

Spring this Year

Juan Carlos Collada

Spring this Year

Hand Painted Feathers

12 x 72 in

Violet Muse - Diptych

Juan Carlos Collada

Violet Muse - Diptych

Hand Painted Feathers

36 x 73 in

Whatever Lola Wants

Juan Carlos Collada

Whatever Lola Wants

Hand Painted Feathers

20 x 60 in

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Juan Carlos Collada
Multimedia artist Juan Carlos Collada, born 1966 is a native of Miami and studied Painting and Printmaking at Miami Dade College. A believer that artists should experience and experiment with various mediums, Juan Carlos has lived and worked designing textiles in Milan, furniture in San Francisco and docorative lighting in North Carolina. His father and grandfather both immigrated to the U.S. from Cuba where they worked as marble masons while pursing marble sculpture and furniture design in their free time. Inspired by his childhood memories of their love of stone, Juan Carlos recently studied stone sculpting under Mexican sculptor Gerado Bervera at Instituto Allende in San Miguel De Allende. As a child Juan Carlos spent time in the Florida Keys enjoying a connection with the outdoors that has lasted his whole life. Insprired by this ever present awe of nature Juan Carlos introudced his "Flight of the Butterflies" series leading to his experimentation with the form and color of what he considers to be one of Motehr Nature's most beautiful creations.
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