Mildrey Guillot is an impressionistic painter with a studio in Miami’s Little Havana who was born in Cuba. In 1962 she moved to the United States. She spent several years in Madrid, Spain where she acquired and developed some of her techniques and themes. Her love for Madrid is present in many of her works.
Mildrey Guillot has devoted a good period of her life to art. To commence a new work means a great deal to her because the subjects that she chooses have to capture a specific mood, like love, happiness, sadness, etc. Then she’ll employ her unique palette to add an element of mystery or mysticism; even in her still-lifes she can obtain remarkable results.
She favors three kinds of media: charcoals, pastels, and oils (her preferred form of expression is oil-based for its versatility and overall vivacity).
On a day to day basis her themes & subjects vary drastically and are very much reflective of her mood.
Mrs. Guillot studied in Madrid and now exhibits in Spain, Paris, South America, Puerto Rico, The United States and Switzerland.