Zoi Hunter is more than the miracle child of John and Tira Hunter; She is an artist extraordinaire. Her artwork can be described as a copulation of abstract, fantasy and realism. Zoi explains, “I feel my paintings, I see them in my mind, and then I paint what I feel and see”.
This journey did not happen by accident. Her father, John, is a sketch artist and was Zoi’s first art teacher. At the age of 11, the family discovered her talent. Art undeniably is conducive to happiness, and this made Zoi happy. She was expressing her creativity and creativity is intelligence and having fun!
One of her first pieces of art was a steampunk drawing. Steampunk is a genre of science fiction or science fantasy that incorporates animation, technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th century industrial steam-powered machinery. Zoi’s love for artistic expression also translates to her education. It is said that artists see what others only catch a glimpse of.
Zoi declares that as an artist she paints, draws, designs, writes, and cooks. She also teaches classes at the library and at the co-op. Zoi’s artwork can be found all over the world, she even has several pieces on display in the local Bronze Kingdom Museum located in Orlando, FL. If you ask Zoi what she wants the world to know about her, she would whisper, “Look at my work, because in every work of art, the artist herself is present”.
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