Tara Kissoon is an author, 2D/3D Illustrator and has an e-commerce business which highlights her Art and Books on: - Canada’s Virtual Mall @ www.thevirtualmall.ca, - The Art Show International @ www.thearshowinternation.com, - Redwood Art Group, and - NFTs can be viewed @ https://opensea.io/tarakissoon. She is multi-certified I.T. Risk & Security Leader with 25 years of technology experience, 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. Her professional portfolio is located @ www.it-rs.org. Tara Kissoon’s art exemplifies her altruistic nature and aims to create a serene experience incorporating a curative approach. Her artwork displays a three dimensional perspective of architecture, landscape and portraits using a combination of acrylic painting, pencil, charcoal and pastels. Each selection of art is derived from the use of publicly available photography and is accompanied by a written explanation of the intent of the artwork. What makes Tara’s art unique… Tara’s art is developed through imagery and inner feelings, sharing to her audience a unique visual art illustration in two dimensional and three dimensional form. To capture the meaning of her art, Tara embeds music and audio which is used to describe the significance of her body of work. This experience can be viewed on Tara Kissoon’s Gallery located on Canada’s Virtual Mall @ www.thevirtualmall.ca, and is currently not for sale. What does Tara want her art to say to her audience… “The world is the great gymnasium where we come to make ourselves strong.” Swami Vivekananda. Tara includes her art as illustrations within her children’s nonfiction chapter book series, Book 1: Simple Beginnings… “Never Give Up”, Book 2: Road to Independence and Book 3: Koala’s Vacation adventures. These illustrations can be found within Tara Kissoon’s Gallery located on Canada’s Virtual Mall @ www.thevirtualmall.ca. Tara’s literature is based on true events, and she hopes it inspires young adults to persevere through life’s adversities as personal goals are always achievable… “Never Give Up”. Tara’s inspiration for her art and literature stems from her grandmother. Tara’s grandmother was a remarkable woman, she was a wonderful combination of warmth and kindness, love and laughter. As a child, Tara was fortunate to have a loving grandmother, as Tara’s parents are divorced and during the period from when she was born to the age of seventeen, Tara move continuously. Living in two countries, two provinces and attending seven schools to include private preschool in Georgetown, Guyana, public and catholic schools in Canada. Tara’s art and literature provides elements of a healthy childhood development fostered through a stable environment provided by her Gran. “Don’t look back – forward infinite energy, infinite enthusiasm, infinite daring and infinite patience – then alone can great deeds be accomplished.” Swami Vivekananda. Tara’s art shares a glimpse of her life experiences and inner values…. “Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life; dream of it; think of it; live on that idea. Let the brain, the body, muscles, nerves, every part of your body be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success, and this is the way great spiritual giants are produced.” Swami Vivekananda. Tara’s artistic endeavours blossomed over the past five years with a shift of priorities in personal, academic and professional pursuits. Her inner strength and perseverance are rooted within her mixed heritage of Hindu and Roman Catholic philosophy. Tara is fortune to have a very supportive nuclear family, with two loving sons who embrace her artistic initiatives.
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