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High School Art Student Adds Novelty Touches to Fuerza Bruta Experience
July 21, 2009, 6:44 pm
Filed under: Fuerza Bruta

Born-and-raised Miami kid James Quinaz is an early riser in the realm of established art. A student at Design and Architecture Senior High (DASH), Quinaz’s art was selected to be featured in the Fuerza Bruta loading dock. Quinaz’s entire life has been influenced by art of all different mediums-from spray paint to film- but from an early age, he knew his biggest passion lay in the world of street art. His work in the loading dock, the entrance for the Fuerza Bruta production, headlines silhouetted figures, and plays on both bright and fading colors. Facial features in the works are powerful and dramatic and the highlight colors mirror and smooth out the image. Quinaz’s career in art is only beginning; after his classroom education is completed, he eagerly hopes to pursue his career in street art and become a professional artist and architect.

Fuerza Bruta Press Meet - June10,09 Photos by Mitchell Zachs (111)

Quinaz’s school, DASH, is a magnet school in the heart of the Design DistrictCurrently ranked as the 5th best public high school in the nation by US News & World Report, the school offers specialty programs in Architecture/Interior Design, Fashion Design, Industrial Design, Entertainment Technology, and Visual Communications/Web Design. The curriculum enforces a strong foundation in the fine arts, and students go beyond the classroom to pursue their specialties. With the assistance of the school, many students engage in internships with local design firms or enlist in dual-enrollment college-level design courses taught by professors from local colleges as well as by field professionals.

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