Kit Mizeres creates vibrant gouache and watercolor works packed with surreal elements and influences. An artist and illustrator “living on the road,” both Mizeres and her work travels the country for shows and projects.
“She is known for her wildly chaotic and surreal works of art that are heavily inspired by themes of personal folklore and internal struggles in which she translates into visual narratives that often take on a very maximalist and dreamlike approach,” a statement says. “She is very content with sleeping in her car and living off of rice and potatoes at this point in time if it means she can continue drawing ridiculous things.”
Mizeres is a graduate of the Columbus College of Art and Design. According to the artist’s Instagram, she’s currently “lurking” in Charleston, South Carolina. She currently has a piece in the summer group show at Arch Enemy Arts in Philadelphia.