“I am drawn to the raw expression of feelings and energy in each of Jeremy Sicile-Kira’s abstract works. A young artist, Sicile-Kira has autism (he communicates by typing) and synesthesia – he reads people’s emotions as color. He reads the ‘aura’ of the person or animal that is the subject of each painting, and paints the colors that he sees emanating from them. His process is very interesting to watch: the way he adapts and moves the brush across the canvas, his ability to focus on the subject although he is always moving, and his happiness while painting is pure and palpable.” – Sonya Sparks, Owner / Curator, Sparks Gallery

“Truly I dreamt I painted the great aura of  the truly courageous Del Mar Lifeguards. Greatly I dreamt that the lifeguards frankly loved the beach and ocean. Truly it was a pleasure and honor for them to serve even if it was hard to make a living. The lifeguards were represented by the color dear white for the hope they give to swimmers in trouble. Blue is there for the ocean and their knowledge of safety. Green for great very calm demeanor they must have to save lives is greatly present. Yellow for the sun and just happiness at saving lives is justly present. Pink magenta is for the love of what they do. Greatly there is lavender for the caring personalities the lifeguards have and for the care they have to the people they help. Purple is for the leadership they all show on the beach every day. Truly their great ability to save lives was represented in the painting by the color gold and silver symbolizing the power of the soul and life force.” – Jeremy Sicile-Kira

Additional information


36 x 36 x 1 in (L x H x D)



Acrylic on canvas


Edition for sale

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