The environment paintings of Jeremy Miranda are more about emotion and memory than they are about space and time. This is most readily evident in the blending of interiors and exteriors. By juxtaposing the two, the environment paintings take on a surreal element that has a existential feeling about them. Utterly breathtaking, the images encourage people to see their personal and public spaces as extensions of the outside world and vice versa.
Recently displayed at Nahcotta Gallery in New Hampshire, the environment paintings are available as prints for those interested in surrounding themselves with daily reminders of this sentiment. The Contemporist writes, how Miranda "is fascinated with how the mind creates memories and the juxtaposition of experiences both real and perceived," a quality that many share.
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