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René David Michel-Trápaga

A B O U T  T H E  A R T I S T
By his own account, artist/writer René D Michel Trápaga was born “with a #2 pencil in his hand while screaming for more paper !...”

A strong commitment to making the artistic creative proscess understandable to all has made him a sought out speaker in the corporate environment and public arenas.

Rene’s sculptures and 2-d work is included in many private and public collections.

He has taught in a number of colleges and universities throughout the US and, while working with the National Institute of Education And The National Art Education Association he authored several books on art for children.

Rene’s holds degrees from the Art Institute of Chicago (BAE),
Northern Illinois University ( MA in Fine Art), and Indiana University (MFA).

René’s current work is centered around the newer digital imaging technologies, pioneering the use of alternative materials and printing proscesses.

He currently teaches digital imaging in the Center for Visual technology, Meramec Comm.Coil-Art department
and is a partner in a graphic design firm - Little Green Heron Studios..

 

 

 

 

For more information call: 314.984.7632

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 
     
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