BIO

ARTIST STATEMENT:

My work explores how color can alter the mood of a piece rather than focusing on facial expression and or human interaction alone. In my paintings the narrative is an important part of the end result and being able to evoke a sense of emotion within a story can help the viewer to relate to art in a very meaningful way. 


ABOUT:

Miranda Pikul is currently an undergraduate at the University of California, Los Angeles studying oil painting and installation. Her focus explores the psychology of human behavior and their relationship with material objects. Miranda’s work has been on display in galleries such as The Wonderstone and The Back-Fence Society, which led way to her first Solo Show in 2019, displaying her series titled, “It’s Not Dark Yet.” Her work has been published in a variety of magazines such as Anzzia, Local Wolves and the SD Voyager. 


PRESS

http://sdvoyager.com/interview/meet-miranda-pikul-miranda-pikul-art-oceanside/


https://nepascene.com/2020/07/scranton-artist-miranda-pikul-reinvents-art-show-covid-19-wonderstone-gallery-dunmore-aug-8/


Miranda Pikul; July 31 2020 - Art Scene podcast episode with Erika Funke

https://player.fm/series/artscene-with-erika-funke/miranda-pikul-july-31-2020

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