Sri Prabha is a mixed media artist who creates installations, videos, sculptural paintings, and photo based works. He was named "Best Visual Artist 2015" and included in "10 Visual Artists You Need to Know" (2016) by Broward Palm Beach New Times. His work synthesizes possibilites across ecology, geology, and science. Sri travels the world to conduct research connecting geological identities, man's drive for scientific exploration, and humanity's connection with the Universe. He questions "where are we going and how will we get there?", and states: "Conscious and subconscious connections are visualized and expressed through art as a conduit to the interconnected cosmos".
Sri originally came to the US from Hyderabad, India. His artistic training includes a B.A. in Studio Arts at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle and an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, San Francisco. Recent shows influde the South Florida survey show 100+Degrees in the Shade, a solo installation at Young Art Museum, and an immersive space outpost installation at The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, as well as installations at FAT Village and the Deering Estate. He teaches photography and mixed media at NSU Museum of Art and taught at Film Arts Foundation and Expression Center for New Media in San Francisco. His works currently are in private collections throughout the United States.
The Armory Art Center hosts a variety of art salon groups. These groups hold meetings to discuss, display, and share the work of the participants and / or invited guests. All salons are $10 payable at the door and meet in the Armory Library. Come join in the lively discussions.