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Eric Wixon, an artist based in San Diego, views art as holistic and inseparable from life. Inspired to create art in order to gain a better sense of awareness, he says he found that painting provides “a fictional forum for the practice of comprehension.” After earning a BFA from Kent State University in 2001, he has since displayed his work in galleries nationwide and overseas. Some of his recent exhibitions and projects include the 2013 Juried Biennial at William D Cannon Gallery, Momento Mori at Oceanside Museum of Art, and working with Canadian art collective En Masse in Tijuana. Many may even be familiar with his work without realizing it, since he’s commissioned 15 pieces for the San Diego Repertory Theatre as well as murals in New Zealand, Portland, Colorado, and San Diego. His work has also been used for apparel and board graphics, as well as publication features that include Studio Visit Magazine, 944 Magazine, City Beat SD, Pacific Magazine, Union Tribune, and Invision 2. With a commitment to community, this art professional continues to work with charity organizations such as LM Carcinoid Cancer Foundation, LA Stoked Mentoring, and Keep-A-Breast Foundation. 18 TAE MAGAZINE

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