About Rainbow Oasiiis 

Rainbow Oasiiis was inspired and founded by artist Haiiileen, due to very large inflation in the renter market in south Florida. Haiiileen was brutally denied her lease renewal to her studio in Allapattah and her home in Miami Beach, fl which forces her to rethink and strategy a new plan on how to overcome this next chapter in the forever-moving economy of Miami. With a 60-day turnaround, that inspired her Devotion to Miami and its art community she decided to leave behind a foundation that will pass her own life and will Provide a rainbow-filled sanctuary opportunity for artists that are visiting Miami. 

Open their doors January 2023 Miami’s Only and Allapattah’s first bi-monthly, artist-led, open-call artist-in-residence program. Founded and designed by Miami native, multi-dimensional installation artist Haiiileen, located at her hyper-colorful rainbow-inspired home/studio. We will choose 6 Miami-based artists for the first year to participate in this program. A review panel will choose each selected artist. We have the opportunity to provide a work-live space for artists outside their usual environments and a multi-color tropical oasiiis garden. while providing them with a mentorship program with some of the top professionals in four out of seven of our pillars (ROYGBIV). A group of professionals in our organization Friends of Oasiiis: will offer resident artists mentorship and access to Miami art organizations that will allow the artist time to reflect, research, and produce a series of works.

Rainbow Oasiiis is located in Allapatha, fl, and  is centrally located near : 

  • Espacio 23 
  • Superblue 
  • Rubell museum 
  • Bakehouse complex 
  • Pamm
  • And more 

If you want more info about our program here.

Haiiileen is a first-generation Cuban-American and Miami, FL native Aileen Quintana, also known as Haiiileen, is an interdisciplinary artist known for her neo-acid experimental works that span through several different mediums and facets. Her dedication to the local artistic community fuels her capacity to create and tear down the boundaries that have yet to be explored within her own mind. Her initial breakthrough as a self-taught makeup artist led her to build a highly successful career utilizing faces as her canvases. What makes Haiiileen’s practice so intrinsically distinctive is her synesthesia, a rare sensory condition which transforms everything she hears into visual imagery. For her, it is essential to explore emotional language and self-evolution, driven by a never-ending curiosity. She is able to grasp a full understanding of how sound, light, and color all interact with one another. Haiiileen then incorporates her findings into 3-dimensional mediums and installations, where she can bring her synesthetic visions to life and transport her viewers to transcendent, alternate worlds. 

Haiiileen continuously exhibits her ability to create thought-provoking material that provides a deep expression and experimental approach to our environmental perceptions and creates more meaningful social engagements. Her love of community art development, the value of artistic integrity, and creating a space that envelops environments are all values she has carried into her work.

Haiileen is currently serving on two social committees at  Pérez Art Museum Miami and The Bass museum  and is a brand ambassador for Locust projects: Legal link 

“From the real estate chaos to the magic I’m so inspired that not only I will be open my home but my heart as well and invite an inspiring artist to stay in Allapatha’s first artist-led rainbow field house”

Christopher Pastor 

Mr. Pastor is Senior Vice President and Philanthropy Advisor at Bessemer Trust. In this role, he works with clients in the areas of planning, grantmaking, governance, and family engagement. He also designs and facilitates foundation board and family meetings and serves as a resource for clients in expressing and executing their family’s vision for making a meaningful impact through philanthropy.

Prior to joining Bessemer, Christopher worked for LVMH as Regional Director of Client Relations for Louis Vuitton, cultivating and stewarding client relationships. His prior roles include Director of Major Gifts at Pérez Art Museum Miami and Director of Development at American Friends of the Louvre Museum, where he led fundraising efforts for the organizations.

He currently serves on two committees at Pérez Art Museum Miami and as a volunteer at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.

Christopher earned a B.A. in art history from Sarah Lawrence College, where he was named the Frank M. Katz Fellow for academic accomplishment.

“I am thrilled to be a part of this visionary project that will strengthen and expand the Miami arts ecosystem. Artists are at the center of the creative world and supporting them directly is the best investment we can make to ensure the creative process continues to thrive.”

Bette Ann Fiavolk

Bette Ann Fialkov is a pop-culture guru who is currently the Head of Entertainment & Culture at hims&hers. She leads a team responsible for celebrity partnerships, influencer marketing, and strategic/cultural partnerships. Prior to hims&hers, Bette Ann was the Director of Influencer Marketing at Lyft for 3.5 years and spent 6 years at Google leading celebrity, influencer, & fashion partnerships across Google+ & Google Hardware. 

Bette Ann’s parents are major collectors of French 19th/20th century works on paper and sculpture, so she grew up with a love of art. Bette Ann has been active in the art world. She is currently on the board of Locust Projects and the Young Leadership Committee for the Joyce Theater (in NYC). Professionally, Bette Ann has worked with artists such as Jeff Koons, Jen Stark, Friends With You, Nina Chanel Abney, Daniel Arsham, and others.

Bette Ann currently lives in Miami Beach with her husband & son. 

Shantelle Rodriguez

Miami-born and raised, a passionate advocate for the democratization of the arts with over a decade of experience leading public art initiatives and working closely with community partners and artists. As Director of Experiential Art Centers for Superblue, I lead the development of the organization’s processes for programming, partnerships, operations, and staffing, and oversee implementation across Superblue venues.

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