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Keariene Muizz

Keariene Muizz (born 18 November 1977) is an American contemporary artist.

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  • If it hurt me to have to give up a painting I figured it had to hurt them to write the check. That's how I came up with the price for my work.
  • I aim to remind the warrior within us all to navigate through the unknown that we may meet the morning, improved and unenslaved.
    • New York Arts Magazine (October 2010)
  • My soul is a canvas stretched across four wooden corners and tacked with copper nails that sink into the edges of timber like teeth. My art is nothing less than my salvation.
    • New York Arts Magazine (December 2008)
  • Being an artist means seeing things and never having the ability to shut your eyes.
  • "This dress is something I would want to be buried in!" (On wanting to be buried in the painting she converted into a dress.)