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Sri Prabha

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Cosmic Oceans 2, 2012 Mixed Media 12"x12" © Sri Prabha
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Coalescing galaxies- Varanasi, 2012 Mixed Media 25"x25" © Sri Prabha
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Coalescing Galaxies Bahamas, 2012 Mixed Media 25"x25"
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Coalescing Galaxies Kerela , 2012 Mixed Media 25"x25" © Sri Prabha
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coalescing galaxies 3, 2012 Mixed Media 7" X7"
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coalescing galaxies 1-12 cluster, 2012 Mixed Media 7" X7" X 12 Pieces
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Magmatic Water, 2010 Acrylic,resin, Metal Flakes, Paper and Raw Pigment on Canvas. 40" X 16" © Sri Prabha
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Geo Thermal Vents #1, 2010 Acrylic,resin, Metal Flakes, Paper and Raw Pigment on Canvas. 20 "x20" © Sri Prabha
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Primodial Adaptation, 2010 Mixed Media 20"x30" © Sri Prabha
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The Ethereal Expanse, 2011 Mixed Media 22"x22" © Sri Prabha
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Primodial Adaptation angle view, 2011 Mixed Media 20"x30" © Sri Prabha
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Hyderabad
Lives in
Hollywood
Schools
Cornish College of the Arts, 95
Tags
ecological, transformational mixed-media surrealism mixed-media abstract, enviornmental modern painting
Statement
Synthesizing the possibilities across ecology, geology, and science. Conscious and subconscious connections are visualized through art as a conduit to the interconnected cosmos. ARTIST STATEMENT I synthesize the possibilities across ecology, geology, and science in general. I travel the world to conduct research connecting geological identities, man’s drive for scientific exploration, and humanities connection to The Universe. Where are we going and how will we get there? Conscious and subconscious connections are visualized and expressed through art as a conduit to the interconnected cosmos. ARTIST BIOGRAPHY Sri Prabha is a mixed media artist originally from Hyderabad, India. His artistic training includes the Cornish College of the Arts which was later augmented with a Masters in Clinical Psychology. His research across ecology, geology, and science manifests across a range of mediums that include installations, video, sculptural paintings, and photo based works. Additionally, he integrates into his aesthetic process tenants of geography, nature, time, human origins, and the cosmos. Prabha illuminates new possibilities and reconciles the old and new by synthesizing deeper understandings of our relationship to the natural world. He asks how our intellectual understandings compare with our emotional responses to these discoveries. He was named “Best Visual Artist 2015” and included in “10 Visual Artists You Need to Know”(2016) by Broward Palm Beach New Times. Recent shows include the historic south Florida survey show 100+Degrees in the Shade, an expansive solo installation at Young at Art Museum, and an immersive space outpost install at The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. Other exhibits include The Deering Estate, Boca Raton Museum of Art, pop up installations at the Dupont Building, the Ingraham Building, downtown Hollywood, and public art video installations in the streets of Fort Lauderdale. Sri’s awards include inclusion in The Photo Review Competition Issue (2015), Broward Artists grant, Brush Creek Arts Foundation, and National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center artists’ residency. He received the Innovative Artist Award at Fraker Scott Gallery, and the Juror’s Award from Smithsonian Affiliate, Annmarie Sculpture and Arts Center. His videos were shown in Resfest, garnered the Ford Motion in Drive video award, and his title design work was shown on PBS. He teaches photography and mixed media at NSU Museum of Art, and taught at Film Arts Foundation and Expression Center for New Media in San Francisco. His works are in several private collections in Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco, Miami, New York, Washington, DC, and Copenhagen. Sri lives in Hollywood, Florida and spends a considerable amount of time engaging in research across the world.