Mimi Sammis is a master teacher and loves to watch the creativity of others unfold as they explore different art techniques. Mimi Sammis believes that art depicting love and joy has a positive effect on its viewers, and her work is full of joy, creativity and the appreciation of nature. Her artwork brings peace to those who view it, and this brings Mimi closer to accomplishing her goal of inspiring peace in the world.
Mimi Sammis began painting landscapes in watercolor. Eventually she discovered joy in creating bronze sculptures. Her sculpture pieces range in size from one to twenty-two feet and are exhibited throughout the world. Some of her exhibitions include the United Nations, The Hague, the Arles Museum and the American Embassy in Paris. She has work in many private residences around the world. At her own home, Mimi has a touching, larger-than-life size sculpture of her five grandchildren that inspires you to love these children—even if you don’t know them.
Mimi continues to work in watercolors, acrylic and in bronze. Her work, available in limited editions, can be viewed at www.mimisammis.com. She especially enjoys creating personal pieces such as those commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury to honor Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee. To learn more about having Mimi Sammis create a special piece of artwork for your home or organization, please email@example.com or call (401) 480-3378. Mimi will call you as quickly as possible.
One Thousand Years of Peace is one of Mimi’s best known accomplishments. This exhibition of 30 bronze sculptures was first shown at the United Nations in 1999, and latter at The Hague, Netherlands.
In the words of Dr. Robert Muller, Chancellor of the United Nations’ University of Peace: “Mimi Sammis’s work celebrates the miracle of life and the great age-old concepts of love, peace, forgiveness, hope and vision which helps humanity on its mysterious journey in the universe.”
Mimi Sammis began working with PBS in 2005 when she aired her first series of fine art appreciation shows. She knows the benefit of the creative process and embraces the opportunity to again share her joy in creating art in her newest 13 episode series, Love to Paint with Mimi. Her enthusiasm for art and her informal, wise and witty style has earned her the title, the “Julia Child of Painting.”
To learn more about Mimi and her artwork see her main web site, www.mimisammis.com
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