Award-winning artist Ariel Czesler combines his passion for architecture and travel to create majestic cityscapes on canvas. Born to a life-long artist in the vast metropolis of Buenos Aires, Argentina, he attended the University of Buenos Aires School of Architecture.
He studied the use of perspective, composition, drafting, and photography.
Upon graduation, he worked on building projects in Argentina and Mexico City, where he resided for a year. That experience would eventually lead to a love affair with oil painting – trading his drafting pencils for the painting knife.
In Argentina, he would spend the next 20 years perfecting his painting techniques with local artists and participating in group exhibits.
He had his first solo exhibit at La Dama de Bollini just a few years later.
Never one to settle, he immigrated to the United States in 1999, and two years later, he had earned a Master's degree from Michigan State University.
He considered this opened the doors to start a career at Walt Disney World in Orlando. He worked there for the next 20 years while continuing to create art in new and old forms. His iconic Mickey Mouse signature pin design won a corporate award and was a feature at the park's shops.
Now a full-time artist, he continues to live in Central Florida, where he has found his muse and life partner. Traveling together has become a new source of inspiration. In November 2020, his "Sunrise" and "Gray City" paintings were a feature in the Orlando Foundation for Architecture Art Show at the Orlando Museum of Art. He was award the coveted People's Choice Award. A month later, he was hallmark as the Central Florida Artist of the Week.
Belina Buisson-Wright is a native Floridian of Haitian American descent.
Wright went to college to become a teacher and taught for 8 years until she began to home school her children. During her years of classroom instruction, she commenced experimenting with acrylic paints.
Wright is a self-taught artist that believes her ability to paint is a God-given gift. She is fascinated by the music, art, clothing, and customs of various cultures. Her art is strongly influenced by her Haitian and African-American heritage.
Belina tries to capture its vibrancy in her work. She enjoys painting people in their element-from the extreme to the mundane and straightforward, whether it’s laughing, dancing, singing, or working.
Her Haitian-influenced pieces usually depict tall, stylized women holding baskets and, most recently, women dancing. She believes there is grace, strength, and beauty in these women.
Wright has participated in various traditional and online exhibitions nationally and internationally. She resides in Central Florida with her husband, Stephen and their four children.
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