ARTIST BIO

 
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Shauna Meiri is a contemporary artist originally from Los Angeles, currently residing in Mobile, Alabama. Her creative journey began in 2002 when she discovered intuitive art as a tool to help in healing from PTSD and depression. For the past four years she has been working full-time as a self-taught artist, as well as teaching classes that integrate "how-to" training with her belief in the healing potential of creative expression. While she continues to study and develop her technical skills, intuition, healing and spiritual connection remain at the center of her artistic focus. 

She has participated in multiple invitational group and solo shows in the Portland metro and Southwest Washington area. Her work is currently represented by Sophiella Gallery in downtown Mobile, AL. 

Outside the studio, she can often be found searching the sky for birds, hanging out with the trees or near the ocean, watching stock car racing, and occasionally doing research in hopes of finding the perfect margarita. 

 

 
in our life there is a single color, as on on an artist palette which provides the meaning of life and art. it is the color of love.
— marc chagall

about my artwork

Bringing spirit into form through the beauty of art.

My paintings are inspired by themes connected to the beauty and strength of the Feminine, rooted in the cycles and rhythms found in the natural world as well as the power of healing through emotional expression.

In my studio, art is about more than just paint and canvas (although who doesn’t love art supplies!) Making art is my mission of remembrance and healing made visible. I trust that beauty is vital to our soul’s well-being and that art can become an outward expression of the inward reality that love is the foundation of all we see.  art. love. hope. is not just my website tagline, it is the foundational stability for my creative life.

Since the beginning of my journey as an artist, whether in non-representational abstract or figurative expression, I never been afraid to let go of what is not working and begin again. This relationship with creative disorder opens the door for the unexpected to emerge, creating a portal on the canvas that invites us to engage with the mysteries of life between the visible and invisible worlds. I trust in the power of chaos, how it can take us down to the bones and into the heart of what matters. The technical skills I bring to the canvas, such as layering and use of contrast, are reflective of my faith in the power of inclusivity, depth, and expansiveness to tap into healing and wholeness.

I hope you will take a minute to look around. I am very glad you are here.

 

 
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