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" I aim to explore the Creative spirit of my art and find the timeless spirit that unites my work with the one of children "
I v e l M u l l e r was born in Argentina. Studied at the University of Rosario, in Argentina, The New School in New York and The Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, where she achieved a Masters Degree in Public Art & Design. Her work has been widely exhibited in her homeland as well as in the United States, where she lived for ten years and in Europe where she now resides, and has found homes in many private and public collections in USA, Argentina and Europe
Her studies in Art and Psychology gave her a tangible base for her future work. She managed her own gallery in Argentina and exhibited widely throughout South America before her work took her north to New York where she concentrated on the production of her own work.
'I love working with children because I feel intellectually stimulated by the strong sense of pure creativity seen among them'
As well as hosting various art exhibitions, Ivel managed two art galleries in Soho, New York and assisted, as part of a team, with the late Salvador Dali's work, primarily involved in the production of some of his lithographs. After a ten year spell in New York, Ivel relocated to London, where she now lives.
'The approach of my work is intuitive. Children form part of my pictorial representations, I like to capture the atmosphere of a place and celebrate it'
Her work has found homes in many private and public collections in USA, South America and Europe.
Ivel Muller has the rare gift of infusing her art with an innocent and joyous sense of celebration. She transforms her settings, whether familiar or exotic, into gala events complete with children and excitement. Her vibrantly coloured international life is directly reflected in her work. It is not difficult to feel the colourful intensity of her native South America jostling with the optimism of the US and strolling happily with the chic of Europe, all vying for an equal opportunity to attract the Observer's attention.
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