Miriam Cabello

Miriam is the first Australian artist to win The Annual International Religious Art and Architecture Design Awards for Visual Arts. During June the 2010 National Convention of the American Institute of Architects (Miami, Florida) exhibited her award winning entry and became the springboard to represent Australia’s rich cultural life.

The Winter 2009 AWARDS Issue of Faith & Form magazine published her winning entry. Miriam Cabello has received an overwhelming amount of interest from the media, interviewed by SBS World News, John Safran-Religion, Politics (triple j). Recently by David Rutledge for ABC Radio National-Encounter program.

To celebrate the 400th Anniversary of Caravaggio’s Death (1610-2010), Miriam launched Atelier Master School. This specialised and exceptionally structured school offers Innovative workshops and private instruction dedicated to Caravaggio’s Oil Painting Techniques.

In 2010 Miriam completed the Golden Artist Educators Program with Patti Brady and returned from studying in New York with renowned artist Daniel E. Greene. This was an intensive 3-week workshop dedicated to painting the figure from life and learning a comprehensive flesh palette derived from the Old Masters.

The Betrayal


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