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Enido Michelini

Enido Michelini is an American painter, born in 1944 in Raffard, Brazil. After training in fine arts and advertising design in Sao-Paulo.

He then began a career as an artist and teacher, before becoming art director for major advertising agencies in Brazil and then in the United States, where he became a citizen.

During these years, his work was exhibited in the United States, Brazil, Italy and Japan, in particular at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Museum of Art in São Paulo and the Modern Art Museum in Bahia. His artistic work is characterized by the use of a highly colorful palette. His compositions have their origins in his favorite subjects - airplanes, the sky, landscapes, church windows - but the primary theme of his research is the vibration that light brings to colors.

Michelini's work has been exhibited in Boca Raton, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Florida, in addition to the cities of Marostica, Italy, and Tokuyama, Japan. In Brazil, his work has been exhibited at the several institutions and organizations:

- Boca Raton Museum of Art

- The Museum of Art of São Paulo - MASP

- Modern Art Museum of Bahia - MAM/BA

- Fine Arts Exhibit of São Paulo

2023 - “Inhabited” The Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery Exhibit Hall - Pembroke Pines

2021 - “Art On BRiC Walls” Organized by Boca Raton Museum of Art

2008 - Solo exhibition at Joh Mabe Art & Culture Gallery

1991 - Group Exhibit at Galeria Marusan - SBC

1991 - MAB - Group Exhibit at the Museu de Arte da Bahia - BA

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