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Jeremy Sicile-Kira


Artist Bio (short)

In 2012, San Diego-based intuitive artist Jeremy Sicile-Kira (who communicates by typing) began to tell others about his dreams: dreams that he was painting the emotions of people into colorful abstract portraits. One night he dreamt that he painted ten of his paintings and had an art show. Jeremy was encouraged to make this dream come true, and began to paint in real life. In 2016 his first curated solo art show was covered by national and local media, resulting in a sold-out show and many private commissions. Awards include: 2016 ART San Diego Spotlight Artist; RMG’s 2016 Platform Artist of the Year, Finalist.

Artist's Mission 

Art has frankly given a meaning to my life.  I am a visionary artist. I paint my dreams. When I dream, I am processing what I have seen and heard when I am awake. Then I paint the painting from my  dream and write a description of what I see and what it means. 

My mission is to show people their inner beauty and spiritual essence, and to paint my visions of current events and social injustice, providing hope of possible resolutions.

I meet my clients over zoom or FaceTime. I paint their colors based on the energetic vibration or aura I see around them.  I have the gift of synesthesia, which means  I see emotion as color, and voices and sound elicit color as well.   I paint the positive colors of my clients so they  can see their inner potential  and spiritual essence. Happy people are easy to paint, but  sometimes clients have terrible ideas about themselves, low confidence in their abilities. 

Before I learned to type to communicate, I frankly lived in darkness. Gradually over time my  mother  and others taught me. Then I realized I had the ability to learn, and that I had gifts that were hidden until I was able to show others what I was capable of.  This saved me from a life of despair and gave me great hope for my future.  Years later, I learned  to give people the great hope that they needed to  continue living. Frankly I love to see their surprise when they see the painting and read the description, that they have all these beautiful attributes.  

Recently I have been painting visions I have about current events and social injustice. .For 4  months I did not have access to an art studio due to the coronavirus restrictions. Frankly  I had so many dreams about what we all were living through that  I learned how to translate my visions via  digital art on my iPad.

Frankly, overall the meaning is one of Hope -  that people learn from this time the  importance of the meaning of friendship and connecting with others.  Truly the best impact of  Coronavirus is the very hard economic reality that  people are now beginning to understand:  we have been believing that success is about power and money; but truly success is about the love we show each other.

I have created  Limited editions prints, coasters and cards) from this series. Frankly I want people to feel hope when  most people are spending most of their time at home and separated from loved ones; and for people to be able to provide hope to others.

Now I have a small art studio at the family home and can enjoying painting with real paint once again!  I’m once again painting portraits of clients and memorial art of loved ones who have died. I also have finished paintings of current events such as:

“The Beautiful Colors of San Diego  Under the Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter Protests” represents  the colors of my city in the very midst of the corona virus and the protests for the death of George Floyd. These events are sad, but hope is still present.  The  color yellow-green represents  the new growth and unity of the people coming together; and  mighty turquoise blue represents the powerful and positive change that is yet to come. 

The Hope of Real Hurting Americans  represents  a terrible dream I had that violence in America was frankly getting worse with people protesting and feeling like they are not being heard.  Yet, there was much beauty  for the positiveness to come after the turmoil. For example, Beautiful purple represents  the many new people who will step up to try to be positive leaders for our country. Magenta  represents  the people needing to be heard so change can be made.

I’m grateful to be back  painting with acrylic  in an art studio, and look forward to meeting you again in person. Feel free to reach me  for more information via my website at, or message me via instagram @jeremysvision . Meanwhile, stay well and stay connected!


Artist Bio (long) - More About Jeremy

Jeremy was born in Paris, France in 1989 and diagnosed with autism at an early age. He did not discover his gift for painting until he was 24, when he began to communicate to his parents about the colorful abstract portraits he was painting in his dreams. As a young child, Jeremy’s interest in bright colors was obvious: he spent hours looking at brightly colored fabrics, images in picture books, and the patterns in rugs. He loved visiting museums to look at the paintings, and cathedrals to follow the patterns on the floor tiles. Jeremy had many sensory-motor and vision challenges including peripheral vision (side vision). He did not enjoy participating in art activities when younger. He did not like the feeling the texture of finger paint, did not have the motor coordination to move a paintbrush, or squeeze a tube of paint. However, he loved watching the colorful paints in the Art Spinner go round and round and develop into colorful paintings.

Jeremy’s parents were told to find an institution for him. Instead they moved to Berkshire, England and subsequently to San Diego, California in order to provide him with an education. Jeremy was placed in moderate/severe special education classrooms. By age 17, Jeremy had little speech but learned to type and point to letters at home with his mother. Subsequently his local high school (Torrey Pines) placed him in general education classes. Jeremy graduated at age 21 with a full academic diploma, and gave a commencement speech using voice output technology. Jeremy’s story was highlighted on MTV’s documentary series True Life, in the episode, I Have Autism” (recipient of a 2007 Voice Award), NPR, PBS, The Chicago Tribune, Newsweek (cover article), and Fox News.

Advocacy for others like him who have no voice is an important part of Jeremy’s life. After high school, Jeremy co-authored a book A Full Life with Autism (Macmillan 2012) and served as a Youth Representative to the United Nations for the Autism Research Institute (NGO); as a youth leader for the Autistic Global Initiative, and as a a youth advisor to the California Employment Consortium for Youth (CECY). Currently, Jeremy provides "ability awareness" talks at schools in the San Diego area, presenting the school with  a painting of their colors. The paintings and description are hung in the school lobby, a daily visual reminder to students and educators to "Believe in yourself," and to "Follow your dreams." 

Jeremy has received the following awards for his community service:

  • 2018: Industry Expert - DelMar Union School District
  • 2016: Re-Imagine Autism Award – Autism Society of America, LA Chapter
  • 2016: The Art of Autism’s Hearts & Arts Awards
  • 2012: Community Service Award – Naturally Autistic (Canada)
  • 2006: Local Autism Hero Award – Cure Autism Now (now Autism Speaks)

Jeremy discovered he had synesthesia in 2011, when he explained to his mother for the first time that he saw letters, numbers, words and emotions in color. In August 2012, Jeremy began to communicate about the dreams he was having: dreams that he was painting the emotions of people he had met into colorful portraits. One night he had a dream that he painted ten of his paintings and had an art show. He asked his mom if this could come true, and she encouraged him to paint in real life. In April 2016 his first curated solo art show  was held at Space4Art in San Diego and was covered by national media including, NBC, ABC, Good Morning America and, as well as local media.Jeremy’s art awards include:

  • 2016 Top ten finalist for 2016 Platform Artist of the Year, with over 200  contestants.
  • 2016 Spotlight artist at ART San Diego 2016, San Diego’s  annual juried contemporary art show.

Currently Jeremy meets people in person at his art studio at Space4Art or online, and then paints to recreate the portrait envisioned while dreaming. Jeremy uses acrylic paint on wood panels and large canvases. 

Jeremy at ArtWalk@Liberty Station 2017

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