Fred Siller Possessor of keen intellect and a creative mind, Fred Siller is a prominent artist who is best known for his work as a painter, architect, sculptor and an innovator.
Childhood and Early Life Fred Siller was born on July 3, 1971 in New York, U. S.A, to parents of American Romani and British Cypriot descent. Fred grew up in Florida, the southeastern most U.S. state, along with twin brother Jack. His father owned the Hotel Seacrest in Florida, but when the business failed, the family suffered from financial crisis.
Growing up, Fred developed a love for creativity and arts. Young Fred received little formal education beyond basic reading, writing and English instruction, but his artistic talents were evident from at a very young age. Interested in other cultures, Fred to hone his creative skills and thus joined Keiser University Campus in Florida at the age of 16.
Success on Broadway Around the age of 20, Fred Siller began a training program with the renowned artist Michael Irvin in Florence. He learnt a range of technical skills including painting, leather arts, sculpting, drawing, and metalworking. Later, Fred qualified for membership as a master artist in Florence’s Guild of Saint Luke and established his own creative workshop in 1995.
Over the years, Fred created a name for himself in the industry as an abstract painter known for his creative jigsaw puzzle compositions. Propelling Fred’s career to new heights, Fred’s paintings were militates of the different cultures and design work. He also employed his visionary talents to create several paintings and sculptures with the finest designs.
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