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Mimi Stuart's signature style Energy of SubjectEOS – has captivated the imagination of art connoisseurs and curators.

EOS art unleashes intense colors and masterful lines to capture the essence of her subjects. Authentic 24k gold, silver and copper leaf add luster to her bold kinetic-expressionist canvases.

The Smithsonian Institution acquired Mimi's EOS painting "Walking on Diamonds" for its permanent collection, designating it to hang in the Smithsonian High Art Exhibition in Washington, DC.

Morgan Freeman, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, John Travolta, Ernie Els, Jonny Moseley, Alberto Tomba, Dave Mason, Kevin Sorbo, Mariano Rivera, Buzz Aldrin, Charlie Duke, and Gene Cernan are among the luminaries who collect Mimi's EOS paintings.

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Morgan Freeman unveils his new EOS portrait at his blues club GZBC in Clarksdale, Mississippi.

The Smithsonian Institution presents Artist

Mimi has an extraordinary gift of bringing the intangible to life.

Her EOS Evolution of Consciousness series reveals immensity, mystery and adventure.

The EOS Musical Gem series evokes the emotional depth of music—the color and texture of jazz or the magic of a concerto.

"Mimi is my Picasso," says R&B Cellars co-owner Kevin Brown in Elements Magazine. The winery commissions Mimi's EOS Musical Gems exclusively for each label of their award winning wines.

EOS images feature prominently in a dozen national museums, in international galleries, film, television shows, books, concerts, celebrity performances, world sporting events and even NY Times Square.

Educated at Art Center College of Design in California after a BA from UC Berkeley, Mimi has lived in Spain, Germany, NY, and currently resides in Sun Valley, Idaho.

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Preparing the Evolution of Consciousness show

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