11.50" x 14.00"
13.50" x 16.00"
Eight Thirty AM Art Print
by Miguel Tio
Eight Thirty AM by Miguel Tio - 11.5" x 14"
Archival Matte Paper
Rolled in a Tube
Eight Thirty AM art print by Miguel Tio. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, the subway that I was riding slowed and eventually came to a stop, whereupon all passengers were evacuated. I... more
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On the morning of September 11, 2001, the subway that I was riding slowed and eventually came to a stop, whereupon all passengers were evacuated. I had no idea that I would soon witness events which would bear tremendously, and terribly, on the whole world. A few minutes later, in horror, I watched televised images of the twin towers crashing to earth. The expressions on the faces of the people streaming from ground zero, covered with dust and debris, seared themselves into my memory. In the period just after the catastrophe, I was unable to paint and even felt it necessary to avoid any encounter with images related to 9/11 simply in order to keep going with my life. Although many artists had the courage to depict the horrors of that day in their works, I found myself unable yet to do so, the trauma of the event was so potent. Eventually, an image of the epic spiritual movement that might have taken shape before and during the events of that day took shape in my mind: a great feeli...
About Miguel Tio
Miguel Tio, was born in the Dominican Republic, began his studies of painting with the Dominican artist Elias Delgado As well as the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes. His interest in Publicity and Graphic Design led him into continuing studies at the “Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo. A move to New York in 1994 led him to Izquierdo Studio Ltd. for film and Television Production, windows display, opera and theater, which had a great influence on his artwork. Since 2005 he is working as an art teacher for Studio in a School and in 2006 he started to study the Mische technique with the world-wide known artist Brigid Marlin. He describes the philosophy behind his paintings on his statement: !think it is important when an...
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