December is typically a month of joy and unforgettable experiences, but December 2022 was extra special. One of my personal highlights was being a part of the Magie de Noel (Magic of Christmas) Art Exhibition in Paris at the prestigious Galerie Mona Lisa from the 19th to the 25th of December.
Not only was I privileged to exhibit my art among some of the most talented artists from around the globe, but I was also privileged to be the guest of honour at the event, and excited when it was later featured in Luna y Sol magazine.
The Galerie Mona Lisa is a renowned hub of creativity, boasting a rich history of showcasing exceptional art. The moment I walked through its doors, I could feel the vibrant energy and the echoes of countless artists who had exhibited their passion and creativity here before me.
Magie de Noel was everything you’d hope for in an art exhibition in Paris. It was a fusion of cultures, artistic styles, and festive cheer.
Among the artists, there was a sense of camaraderie that transcended geographical boundaries. We were a collective of individuals, each of us with a unique artistic voice, yet united by our shared passion for expression through art. The interactions, discussions, and mutual appreciation were truly enriching.
Looking back, the Magie de Noel Art Exhibition in Paris was not just an event but a milestone in my artistic journey. I feel blessed to carry with me the memories, experiences, and learnings from this magical December.
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At Maja Kerin Art, I pride myself on bringing a new perspective to the world around us through my fine art practices. As an award-winning artist, I've melded my passions for photography and spirituality into my unique 'painting photography' style.
From my home in Monaco, I've spent years evolving from a portrait photographer to an abstract photography artist. My work captures the human essence and its connection with the physical and spiritual world, using techniques like Intentional Camera Movement and multi-exposure to freeze and depict moments of transition.