About Tricia Miho

As a self-taught visual artist born in Argentina to a family of artists and craftsmen, Tricia Miho developed an inimitable artistic style influenced by the surrealist visions of Giorgio De Chirico, and the detail-rich cityscapes depicted by Pieter Bruegel. Surrealism finds itself in Miho’s work most notably. Displaying distinctive visions of familiar human constructs thrust into dreamlike visual landscapes only the likes of Salvador Dalí could feel at home in, Miho’s various artworks are held in many a private collection and public displays across the globe. Her surrealist works are a captivating continuation of her ever continuing series, “Humanoides”, which pushed her to explore ceaseless wonder of human anatomy and the human form through the perfection of her own artistic mastery of it. Her most current work is an ever progressing study into the dynamic transformation of metaphysical creations, and an exploration of the dramatic feelings such change can elicit. 


Awards

1992: Honorable Mention, Small Works, Washington East Galleries; New York, New York

1982: Second Prize, Plastics Arts; Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

1981: Second Prize, International Artist in Watercolor; London, England

1980: Special Mention, Oil Paintings Competition; Buenos Aires, Argentina

1978: Second Prize, Plastics Arts Competition; Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina


Selected Exhibitions

2017: Monmouth Museum, Minatare Big Art; Lincroft, New Jersey

2017: Gallery U. Everyday: People and Things; Westfield, New Jersey

2017: Spring Blooms Show, Arts Center; Cranford, New Jerseu

2016: Gallery U. Itty Bitty Show; Westfield, New Jersey

2015: Gallery U. Pequenos Show; Westfield, New Jersey

2015: Gallery U. Fotographia Show; Westfield, New Jersey

2015: Gallery U. Piccolo Show; Westfield, New Jersey

2015: Gallery U. Real Show; Westfield, New Jersey

2013: Gallery U. Small Works Show; Westfield, New Jersey

2012: Flagger Gallery; Palm Beach, Florida

2011: Flagger Gallery; Palm Beach, Florida

2010: Pusan International Photography Show; Korea

1992: Annual Photography & Sculpture Exhibition, Salmagundi; New York, New York

1992: Small Works, 16th Annual Show, Washington East Galleries; New York, New York

1991: Annual Photography & Sculpture Exhibition, Salmagundi; New York, New York

1991: Group Show, Emerging Collector Gallery; New York, New York

1991: Miniature Art, Dell Bello Gallery; Toronto, Canada

1990: Annual Photography & Sculpture Exhibition, Salmagundi; New York, New York

1989: ACCA, International Competition; Miami, Florida

1988: Solo Show, Sands Gallery; Isla Verde, Puerto Rico

1987: Group Show, The Center of Arts and Communications; Buenos Aires, Argentina

1987: Group Show, Emerging Collector; New York, New York

1987: AMERICANOS, Group Show, Cork Gallery; New York, New York

1986: One Woman Show, Terra Artis Gallery; New York, New York

1986: Permanent Exhibition Argentine Art, Consulate of Argentina; New York, New York

1985: Representative Artist for Argentina, Hispanic World Fair; New York, New York

1985: Three Argentinians in New York Show, New York, New York

1984: Group Show Centro Cultural; Buenos Aires, Argentina

1983: Group Show, Centro Cultural San Martin; Buenos Aires, Argentina

1983: Group Show, Asociacion Estimulo de Bellas Artes; Argentina

1981: Group Show, Competition Ward School; Buenos Aires, Argentina

1980: Competition, Municipality of Sarmiento; Buenos Aires, Argentina

1980: UNESCO, Group Show; Buenos Aires, Argentina

1978: Group Show, Municipality of San Isidro; Buenos Aires, Argentina


Websitehttp://www.triciamiho.com/