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Dallas, TX, United States, 2008/12/19 - Gamut Control, of Irving, Texas, a fine art reproduction publisher, printer and marketing company, who produce and sell high quality, limited editions, welcomes its new addition to its artistic fold: Maya Spielman.
Gamut Control has revolutionized digital fine art reproduction by combining the use of available high-end hardware and software with their own, proprietary specialized software into a next generation process. This process begins with capturing each tiny detail in the original artwork and then transferring the image, pixel by pixel, to the final canvas to create a completely faithful reproduction of the original in all its brilliant color and texture, stretching the gamut of the high end, wide format inkjet printer to ensure that each color is accurately portrayed. Their system has completely done away with the need for profiles and color correction. It simply takes the original and duplicates it. This proprietary system developed by Gamut Control is not available anywhere else. Archival pigment inks, highest quality canvas and a hand applied varnish, guarantee longevity and stability in the print.
About Maya Spielman
Maya was born in the Jungle in Kauai in 1970. She and her parents lived in Taylor camp, a hippie peace camp established by Elizabeth Taylor’s brother. She lived there until she was three when her parents brought her along on their travels throughout Peru and Canada. She settled in Northern California where she studied art through her youth, until she left for Israel just after graduating high school. She lived on Kibbutz Mishmar Ha Negev in Israel for a year, where she painted and learned to speak fluent Hebrew. She then returned to Southern California and began her career in art. Encouraged by her family and friends, she began to take painting seriously at the age of twenty, experimenting with acrylics and oils. Determined by her passion, she decided return to school to study at Palomar College in San Marcos.
During her first two semesters, she gained her recognition as an artist and was commissioned to paint many portraits for many including Paramount Studios and Hannah Barberra. She continued her studies at Saddleback College, The Art Institute of Southern California, San Francisco Academy of Art, and Pacific Institute of Art and Design. She traveled across America, explored and studied art in New York, Florida, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe and Los Angeles before returning to her homeland of Hawaii at the age of twenty-six.
In March of 1999 Maya traveled to Rome, Italy to study at the studio of renowned Neo-Mannerist Painter, Maestro Bruno D'Arcevia, who was working on a portrait of the Pope at the time. Maya has now been working as a portrait and landscape artist for 17 years. She has painted portraits for famous celebrities, philanthropists and best selling authors. She has also done illustration, graphic design, architectural renderings, professional photography, and murals. Her work has been featured in magazines, journals, and exhibited in over 30 galleries, restaurants, and shops. Now her limited edition masterpieces are exclusively represented by Gamut Fine Art Publishing, a division of Gamut Control, LLC (gamutcontrol.com).
Maya (mayagallery.com) will showcase her masterpieces with Gamut Control at the ARTEXPO, Javis Convention Center, in new York in Febuary of 2009.