We cordially invite you to an exciting week of events at Spirit Del Art
Upcoming events Celebrating Art Basel Miami Beach 2008
We are pleased to announce the exhibition of various Latin American and American artists who are captivating collectors and art lovers.
Dec. 3 Wednesday
Carlos Romaguera (Puerto Rico), painter, has participated in many collective and individual expositions. In all of them he has received very positive reviews.For Romaguera, colour is life, it is the energy that surrounds us and transforms us into gifts of beauty.
Dec. 4 Thursday
Marcia Ramos-Perello (Chile), painting. Her lyrical abstractions establish another perceptive possibility in art: intended to be a medium for the invisible energy of the universe. With a radical rupture with reality and the complete abandon of representation, Ramos-Perello creates a world of introspection and inner realities.
Dec. 6 Saturday
Natalia Preciado (US), painter and photographer, specialized in recycled materials as support. She currently studies Fashion Design for Film at Cooper Union University, NY, and she has received awards in Florida and nationally for her paintings.
Amparo Garzon (Colombia), painting and sculpture. Her art evokes the aspiring almost none existent today, to the wholeness as a creator. Not only is the creation capable of constituting a complete and coherent universe, but the marvel of enabling a unified existence with the worlds she creates.
This exhibition will be open until December 30, 2008. Featured artists will be present during this exhibition and public will be able to speak with them.
Dec. 7 Sunday
Special exclusive exhibition of posters by acclaimed Colombian artist Fernando Botero. Born in Medellin, 1932, is a Colombian neo figurative artist, coming to prominence when he won the first prize at the Salon de Artistas Colombianos in 1959. His work includes still life and landscapes, but Botero tends to primarily focus on situational portraiture noted for their exaggerated proportions and the corpulence of the human figures and animal figures. His works are informed by a Colombian upbringing and social commentary is woven throughout his work.
Join us for a cocktail opening everyday from 7pm to 9pm.
Where: 900 South Miami Ave. No.152 , Mary Brickell Village, Miami, FL. 33130
Daily Show Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11am to 11pm, and by appointment.
For more information about all Spirit Del Art events, please visit www.spiritdelart.com
Spirit Del Art Gallery
900 South Miami Ave. No.152, Mary Brickell Village, Miami, FL. 33130
Contact: Roberto Preciado, Director
Phone: (786) 623-6267
Fax: (789) 206-3574