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" If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing" Marc Chagall
American Pharoah brought tears to my eyes it is so beautiful! Such a treasure!!!!!!
Dazzling colors...triple crown winner explodes off the paper...it's a winner!
Thanks so much for the lasting memory and fantastic print. A++++++++++++++.
Excellent seller. Very nice and helpful to a novice collector.
Unique rendition of secretariat. vibrant colors...truly eye catching
Another wonderful painting .Well packed, Fast delivery. A+++.
Awesome painting by a very talented artist. Thank you & I'll be back for more.
A true meaning of fine vision into one creation.
Picasso himself would be proud.. i love thinking art like this... keep them coming!
Excellent exercise in cubism... you have mastered the masters!
An extremely talented artist. The painting is beautiful. Highly recommend!
An Incredibly beautiful Painting!!!! Brilliant Artist who paints from her soul!
Thank you for dropping in. I am a contemporary Cuban / American artist working in oils and digital imagery. I have been exhibiting my pieces through Art Galleries, Art Festivals and on line creative venues for the past 18 years. My brilliant execution of color and design has earned me the respect and admiration of collectors and colleagues alike. I am a published award winning artist as well as a graphic designer. I am the art director for two of South Floridas premier art and music festivals. Carnaval on the Mile & CubaNostalgia.
You can purchase some of my signed limited edition giclee prints on canvas or paper through the links above. All commission work is welcomed.
Thanks to the vision of Mayor Carlos Hernandez in bringing Art & Cultural to the city of Hialeah, I was chosen amongst the lucky ones to paint a mural at the JFK Public Library in Hialeah Florida.
My mural “Sunday Afternoon”, depicts a couple on a Sunday afternoon relaxing reading a book. The mural is executed in a modern cubist style with bold areas of bright vivid colors, making it appealing to the viewers visually from a distance and up close. Since both pieces frame the
entrance to the library, composition and color palette were important in the designing process. 21 other murals grace the outer walls of this historical public library.
Hoping the community, art collectors, tourist and kids will enjoy them and learn about the importance of literature through these pieces. I personally know all the artist's poured their hearts into the project making this project a visual outdoor museum / public library. I encourage all of you to go by and see them, they are truly beautiful.There will be a grand opening of the entire updated library this spring I will keep you posted.
John F. Kennedy Library 190 West 49 St. Hialeah FL. 33012 Check out the website @ www.hialeah.gov/library/
JFK Public Library Hialeah, Florida / Public Art Project
On Going thru January 26th, 2017 / Biscayne Green Project
Located Downtown along Biscayne Boulevard on three of the medians in front of Bayfront Park between SE 2nd Street and NE 1st Street, by the Bayfront Park Metro mover station.
Designed as an ‘urban intervention,’ the Biscayne Green demonstration project will repurpose a segment of Downtown’s signature thoroughfare, transforming surface parking lots into public open space with the hopes to engage the Downtown
community and invite them to experience the Boulevard in a different way, bringing activity to city streets at a time when pedestrian-friendly solutions are so desperately needed.
?Spanning 20 days and featuring various events weekly, Biscayne Green will have something for everyone. But while it’s designed to entertain, it will also help reveal what can be achieved when people get out of their cars and onto the street.
Check out the website @ www.biscaynegreenmiami.com