Susperia is a word that is derived from two Italian verbs, susperare, to be suspended, and respirare...to breath. This large painting is one of a series of seventeen master works called Svelata, which means "unveiled" or "revealed" in Italian.
Artprize 2010 and 2011 consecutive 2nd and 1st Place Winner, Mia Tavonatti, and her foundation "Svelata" are recreating creativity by reinventing how artists work, and by revealing the true nature of creativity and the transformative power of beauty!
Mia earned her BFA and MFA from California State University Long Beach, where she majored in Illustration. She has studied in Paris at the Sorbonne, Parsons School of Design, in Italy and Greece with numerous renowned international painters.
Mia has been creating art professionally for over twenty years, and her work can be found in public, private, institutional and corporate collections including those of Marriott Resorts and Harrah’s Casinos. She has earned much recognition...
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