Wilma Burton Healing artist in the UAE

WILMA BURTON- SHORT BIO

Wilma Burton is a Venezuelan artist of Lebanese descend specialized in the area of Healing Art. In 2010, she moved to Abu Dhabi from Los Angeles CA where she created a studio to continue her career in the arts. In the United Arab Emirates, Wilma Burton is considered a pioneer in the field of healing art. Since her moved to the UAE, she had taken part in two art exhibits at the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi and the Arsh Gallery in Dubai, and a solo at the Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana. Currently, she is represented by the Etihad Modern Art Gallery in Abu Dhabi where she has a room dedicated to her Healing Art.

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She has participated in international art exhibitions such as the prestigious Casa Battlo in Barcelona, Spain in April 2013. Likewise, the artist had been commissioned in the US to create special art pieces for public figures and diplomats in Japan, England and Australia.

Wilma Burton is also an Emmy Winner TV producer/writer who dedicated her broadcasting career to community and public service with over 20 awards received in recognition of her outstanding commitment in the community affairs field.

The artist spent over 15 years researching and working in the topic of healing art which helped to learn how to create art that can ease the mind with images, and colors that are beneficial to a person’s mood. Wilma conveys the elements of nature like its beauty, tranquility and harmony to transmit that healing effect to change a person’s attitude from stress to relaxation, and from fear to inspiration.

For more information you can view my webpage at:
www.artwilmaburton.com

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