Deprise Brescia is the creator of the contemporary art style known as ‘transformational energy’ art. Her artworks include encaustic, acrylic and mixed media as well as installation and interactive artworks. Deprise’s impressionist art style employs intense texture and rich vibrant color. Her collections are bold and intensely detailed, using color and tones to influence feelings. Deprise incorporates the science behind quartz crystals and semiprecious stones to support higher frequencies of love as she brings to her canvas art for ‘uplifting people, places and spaces’.
Deprise received private training as a child and awards for her sketching. She earned a BA in Dance and Theatre Arts as a young adult. Her study of art abroad continued throughout the years in Europe, India, Asia, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America. Her techniques mix mediums, cultural philosophies and her experimentation with new materials has allowed an even greater transformation. Mixing ancient arts with the modern age in order to illustrate her message of “WE ARE ONE”, the underlying theme through all of her works.
Deprise Brescia radically departs from traditional limits and brings a new contemporary art style to the world. She merges vibrant colors and elements from impressionism, expressionism and conceptualism with digital art, acrylics and the ancient encaustic art form. Her art is for uplifting people, places and spaces.
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Located at 1130 Pine Street Gallery #10 in the heart of beautiful downtown Paso Robles, California. Open 7 days a week.
Inside of Studios on the Park.
Monday 12 - 4 pm
Tuesday 12 - 4 pm
Wednesday 12 - 4 pm
Thursday 12 - 6 pm
Friday 12 - 9 pm
Saturday 12 - 9 pm
Sunday 12 - 6 pm
The 72' degree quartz crystal healing pyramid is an interactive art installation. It is available for people to sit in or near. Come experience the energy of the art. Transformational Energy Art.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
1130 Pine St
12:00 pm – 04:00 pm