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Marianne Sucre - LACK OF EXISTENCE 65x100 cms- web

The artist Marianne Sucre uses her art as a medium of recognition of her identity. The artist creates art pieces that are constantly challenging our senses and point of view, revealing an experience of relativity . At first glance, the viewer is attracted by the saturated colors but after a few minutes, the image evolves into something more complex, the brain recognizes other shapes and changes their perspective.

Marianne Sucre - non existence 65x100 cms-

The artist Marianne Sucre uses her art as a medium of recognition of her identity. The artist creates art pieces that are constantly challenging our senses and point of view, revealing an experience of relativity . At first glance, the viewer is attracted by the saturated colors but after a few minutes, the image evolves into something more complex, the brain recognizes other shapes and changes their perspective.

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Ana E. Fernandez -  Morpho F   Oleo sobre lienzo 180x180cm

The colors, the smells, the textures, the whimsical shapes, the suggestive movements of its folds, were being recorded in the artist's imagination, for later, by the hand of a careful craft, they emerge in the form of suggestive and evocative geographies. . Ana Elisa Fernández's oil paintings introduce the viewer into imaginary landscapes, full of mystery and full of light and color, where many fantastic things are about to happen.

Ana E. Fernandez - Natura 8 -100x100 36’’x36’’

Ana Elisa Fernández's oil paintings introduce the viewer into imaginary landscapes, full of mystery and full of light and color, where many fantastic things are about to happen. The artist has sold works in Aqua Art Miami, the series "Sakura" and has sold in Art On Paper the series of drawings "El Hilo rojo" Other works by the artist can be viewed on the ARTSY platform, available for purchase.

Ana E. Fernandez - Natura 9, Oil on linen 40 × 40 in 101.6 × 101.6 cm

The accidents of the fabrics evoke forms of nature, abstracting the grace of a flower or a butterfly, recreating all its strength and chromaticism to suggest new readings of the natural environment and its inhabitants.

Dalia Berlin - Piercing menina -Wood and collage 6 × 6 × 2 1/2 in 15.2 × 15.2 × 6.4 cm

"Painting The Meninas Is A Deep Call Within My Soul. They Have The Power To Carry Me Through Time, Making Me Feel Part Of Weave Of The Universal Chain. As I Begin Painting, Each Menina Adopts Her Own Personality And Comes Alive On The Canvas; Leaving Thus, An Indelible Imprint That Perpetuates Velazquez’s Legacy And Its Infinite Message," Says Berlin. The Act Of Extending An Iconic Image From The Past Into The Present Creates A Link That Transcends Time. Combining The Language Of Color, Texture,

Dalia Berlin - Broadway Menina, 2021 Canvas, digital box 38 × 48 in 96.5 × 121.9 cm

BROADWAY MENINA by Dalia Berlin is a minimalist representation of the iconic figure of Las Meninas by Velazquez set on a modern twist with a Mondrian inspired framework. The simplicity of the forms is well balanced with the primary colors and especially punctuated with red squares which help guide the viewer with tracking eye movement throughout the piece. It is an honor to have this piece chosen to represent the artist community by the City of North Miami community redevelopment agency for the

Angee Ferrin - The Majestic Four of Liverpool #4, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 30 × 30 × 2 1/2 in 76.2 × 7

When I am painting, I challenge myself to explore the multiple paths of colors and shapes incorporating dots to fill and delineate textures. Predominantly my artwork combines vibrant colors establishing a surreal interpretation of the subject leading the eyes to the open door of the imagination. My pointillism work can take up to 6 months to be completed, each dot is completely handmade free style on canvas o wood.

Angee Ferrin - Acrilyc on canvas 30 × 30 × 1 in 76.2 × 76.2 × 2.5 cm

When I am painting, I challenge myself to explore the multiple paths of colors and shapes incorporating dots to fill and delineate textures. Predominantly my artwork combines vibrant colors establishing a surreal interpretation of the subject leading the eyes to the open door of the imagination. My pointillism work can take up to 6 months to be completed, each dot is completely handmade free style on canvas o wood.

Angee Ferrin - Twiggy, 2021 Acrylic on canvas 18,633handmade of colored painted dots 60 × 48 × 4 in

Twiggy’s androgynous appearance is reflected through the geometric decomposition of her big eyes, long eyelashes, face and short hair, developing multiple paths of colors and shapes, incorporating dots to contour and highlight textures

Juan Walker - THE DESERT OF OBLIVION - Photography

Critical and disciplined professional, curious and thinking; I’m a skill person in the production of images, worry to understand the world I live in, the context, culture, relations and social connections. Able to express my emotions and opinions in different areas. Dynamic variety of languages: photography, installations, video, cinema, painting, performance, sculpture; related with history, literature, anthropology, sociology, that are part of questioning and a criterion in development of cult

Juan Walker - EMPTINESS- Photography, aluminum print 31 2/5 × 47 in 79.8 × 119.4 cm Editions 4-5 of

This photograph is part of BROADENED PERIPHERIES series; in this project I want to reach the end of the world, the edge, areas that are apparently the border; a barrier; a frontier. go to deserted territories, rocky mountains, peaks; a zone, unpopulated landscapes; some rainy places, and other wet places; experience the chance of being there, observing, existing. Exploring trough those landscapes, fragmenting it; my body suffer an experience, therefore becomes the instrument of writing in the me

Pipe Yanguas - Color Night, 2021 Acrylic on 100% cotton rough arches paper 300lbs 30 × 22 in 76.2 ×

Human experiences connected in a network as dynamic factors, conducive to the personal development of the individual and his existential universe.

Pipe Yanguas - Color Day III, 2021 Acrylic on 100% cotton rough Arches paper 300lb 30 × 22 in 76.2 ×

Human experiences connected in a network as dynamic factors, conducive to the personal development of the individual and his existential universe. In the creation of Dots and Lines World, I envision a ‘dot’ as a person, and a ‘line’ as a story, an experience, an event, or a dream. We are all connected, with everyone, with everything.

Andres Bardales - Creación Perpetua, 2020 Paper, goldleaf & acrylics on canvas 24 × 24 × 2 in 61 × 6

My work consists of using an old paper folding technique known as origami to create the basis of the pieces. The use of lines, repetition, geometric shapes and patterns gives my work a structural and unique quality. I believe that the art of paper folding is spiritual and when sometimes surrounded by a world of chaos, I often find myself in a meditative state while transforming paper into these shapes. For this reason, the process is just as important as the final product. Being able to integrat

Andres Bardales - Square-Pyramid study I, 2021 Paper and acrylics on Wood 30 × 40 × 7 in 76.2 × 101.

My work consists of using an old paper folding technique known as origami to create the basis of the pieces. The use of lines, repetition, geometric shapes and patterns gives my work a structural and unique quality. I believe that the art of paper folding is spiritual and when sometimes surrounded by a world of chaos.

Michelle Jardines - Dimensional Consciousness, 2021 Oil on canvas 38 × 38 in 96.5 × 96.5 cm

Through expressive palettes knife and brush strokes, she alters and creates compelling and memorable paintings with bold colors and dramatic composition. She explores the spiritual fragility of her surrounding environment, human emotion and how it can be expressed through her works of paint. Jardines is compelled to connect what is in her mind, feel it in the deepest, most valuable part of her heart and finds a way to create it through her hands.

Michelle Jardines - Solitude, 2021 Oil on canvas 40 × 40 in 101.6 × 101.6 cm

Through expressive palettes knife and brush strokes, she alters and creates compelling and memorable paintings with bold colors and dramatic composition. She explores the spiritual fragility of her surrounding environment, human emotion and how it can be expressed through her works of paint. Jardines is compelled to connect what is in her mind, feel it in the deepest, most valuable part of her heart and finds a way to create it through her hands.

Randa Yordi - Constructed spaces, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 36 × 36 in 91.4 × 91.4 cm

My creative process begins with the preparation with the material with which I will shape my work. I like to work the texture in several ways then I select the acrylic because it dries faster and the visuality that I want it to be brighter

Ruby Yunis - Resonance - 18_x28_ - BRUSHED ALIMINUM
Ruby Yunis - SEQUENCE”  15” X 22”   RIVES BFK PAPER
Patty Soto Assemble Chess, made of paper and acrylic box,

Poliptic - Assamblage Chess, 2021 Poliptic ansamblage paper, acrylic box 30 × 30 × 1 9/10 in 76.2 × 76.2 × 4.8 cm- The idea of making this project is to create something reusable, something that holds meaning. To create a work of art from obsolete and unused printed media. Within the framework comes conscious and unconscious ideas. The act of folding and fragmenting. The exercise of creating with a plastic frame of mind allowing a plain printed object to transition to another object through abst

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