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Miller Quevedo is a Colombian artist that came to Texas in 2015 with the mission of dedicating 100% to his artistic carrier. Since then thanks to his creativity he’s found various technics and styles to develop his art. He has been able to express his art in live events and private events, where his creativity has been spontaneous. Expressing through his artistic method and color, he sends a positive message while developing his live art. When elaborating art pieces, they have a connection with energy, hope and spirituality.

Born in Villavicencio, Colombia. Miller Quevedo showed his ability and love in art since a very young age. Always exceeding on his art projects at school and leading him to win prizes among his classmates. When he was 16 years old, he left his family and comfort of his home to join the military in order to fight for his country. During his years in the military, he showed his ability for drawing and painting and this lead him to paint some of the shields for the Colombia Army as murals in exchange for days off to visit his family and loved ones.

While balancing his job as a Commercial Sales Manager at Ford in Villavicencio, Colombia. Miller Quevedo focused on his free times on developing his acrylic painting, oil painting. Having a great success, he decided to leave his job, making painting his full time job.

Miller Quevedo, has been a very spiritual person. Always investigating and studying about Neuro-linguistic Programing which focuses on communication, personal development and psychotherapy. He started to merge this knowledge and teachings with the art of painting. His paintings offer balancing visual elements symbolizing unity and harmony, making it visually appealing so as to absorb the mind as such a way that chattering thoughts cease, and more philosophic and good energy envelops the observer which leads to higher awareness. It lets the creative hemisphere of the mind run free while the analytical mind takes a nap.