Caron Bowman is a multi-disciplined artist and her work uses a diverse spectrum of mediums. She has been profiled by fashion photographer Nick Knight's -SHOWstudio, Smithsonian American Latino Museum and Beck’s Greenbox Series. This year, she was a featured artist in the Wynwood Miami Mix Art Fair, Art Palm Beach satellite Continuum Art Fair. She was selected by Bombay Sapphire Corporation /Russell and Danny Simmons' Rush Philanthropic Art Foundation to be included in the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series. Rapper Kendrick Lamar in association with Creative Allies showcased her artwork in NYC at the Galapagos Art Space. Her artwork has received international recognition and has been on display in various museums and galleries in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Caron's work gives the observer an active role in the process, encouraging them to participate and delve further into self-reflection and the mind's potential. For purchase inquiry of original artwork please contact Gallery Guichard
She uses the term SoFlo Superflat to describe the genre. It is an urban pop art movement that combines super-bright colors and ultra flat images. The subject matters are very diverse. Artist working in this style emphasize outlines and flat areas of color. What is important is the feeling of flatness. Our culture in SoFlo doesn't have 3-D," anymore instead we have the compression of genres which is shown through the pop-inflected work.
Kaleidoscope on the Square is a 330 ft fence installation project that brings together the diverse community that makes up the north end of the city of West Palm Beach, FL . This area is a tightly woven kaleidoscope of culture. With the community as our inspiration, the collective created a colorful woven fiber installation on the fence. Each colorful thread, represents the energy, spirit and creativity of the community all woven into geometric patterns, shows how diverse cultural elements become one to transform the fence into a Kaleidoscope of color. The project was sponsored by the West Palm Beach CRA and AIPP.
Neon Planes art installation is an interactive 8ft x 9ft puzzle on canvas and the pieces when put together creates a floor mural that glows under blacklight. This temporary public art installation provides the public with a full sensory interactive experience where they can see, feel, and touch the art. The installation is painted with light reactive fluorescent paint that emits light under blacklights
A curated project with the City of West Palm Beach Art in Public Places , West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority and a Private Stakeholder.
Our 'revolution', is to change the paradigm of what is considered art in this community. Beauty comes in many different forms and uses endless mediums. Our goal is to eradicate the misconception that 'street art' is bad by exposing new viewers to the varied gifted artists that this city envelops. It is this combined dynamic that caused us to choose the name 'Street Art Revolution'. Some of the most prolific artists in Palm Beach County will not be found in upscale galleries so to make their voices heard they seek to turn bland local walls into entrancing masterpieces. Our mission is to give them both a platform and an audience.
Overview of ProjectThe program will invite one or two local artists per season (fall, winter, spring, and summer) according to wall availability. In partnership with West Palm Beach Art in Public Place, West Palm Beach DDA, and other community stakeholders, each mural project will integrate programming with other artistic disciplines (such as poetry, music, theater, and fashion).
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My work initially starts from visual research, looking primarily at photographs of appropriate subjects which I manipulate into my own language. Color is a very important component to my work and that color palette is inspired by the Huichol Indian’s technique of alternating strong and soft colors to achieve the effects of complementary opposition and to create dynamic balance. Many of my fiber pieces are inspired by history and Central American culture
Quilts are the democratic fusions of the distinguished heritage of painting, the new emerging field of digital art and the domestic practice of quilting. Part of my quilt work practices includes the use of digital sublimation printing on cloth, video quilts, graffiti, and photographs.When quilts are taken out of the usual context and put in the new, they are given an entirely new character.