Michael Pointer x Caro Ramonde
Techspressionism Collab #2
Michael Pointer is a fourth generation artist. He received his first camera at age nine and began working in the darkroom when he was twelve. He has won numerous awards for photography and drawing. After a solo exhibit in Wichita, Kansas he was invited to teach Photography at Wichita State University, he taught there for three years. He is best known for his large scale abstract analog photography work. In 2009 Pointer lived in Afghanistan supporting a free dental clinic in Kabul and working with the Center for Contemporary Arts Afghanistan. Until recently he served CCAA as an advisory board member.
Caro Ramonde is an Italo-Uruguayan conceptual artist specialized in oil paintings inspired by nature, spirituality, climate change and current events.
Caro has been studying art in its diverse forms her whole life: Computer, Fashion, Interior and Garden Design, Sculpture, design programs.
Currently her passion is Virtual and Augmented Reality applied to her creations in oil painting which makes her become part of the Techspressionist movement.
Caro traveled the world with her husband, living in Buenos Aires, Milan, where her oldest daughter was born. Porto Alegre, Brazil. Mexico City and Monterrey.
Caro welcomed her youngest daughter in Montevideo, Uruguay. The family then moved to São Paulo, Brazil, where Caro studied Plastic Arts with a specialization in Painting at ABRA – Academia Brasileira de Arte.
Currently, after a year and a half self-quarantined at Vancouver, Caro is back to Italy for 3 months, having been selected for exhibiting her art at Milan and Florence Biennials.