The Art Miami Pavilion is located in the Wynwood Arts district 3101 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL
Booth C-21, December 1-6.
Cernuda Arte will present Masterworks by Cuban Modern and Contemporary Artists: Wifredo Lam, Mario Carreño, Cundo Bermúdez, René Portocarrero, Mariano Rodríguez, Amelia Peláez, Víctor Manuel, Acosta León, Abela, Servando Cabrera Moreno, Agustín Cárdenas, Gina Pellón, Roberto Fabelo, Sosabravo, Flora Fong, Tomás Sánchez, Manuel Mendive, Pedro Pablo Oliva, Tania Bruguera, Lilian García-Roig, Miguel Florido, Dayron González, Joel Besmar, Irina Elén González, Giosvany Echevarría, and others.
Cernuda Arte will also be presenting and distributing their newly published annual publication, Important Cuban Artworks, Volume Thirteen. A 180 page full-color catalog featuring over 270 images of outstanding artworks.
EXHIBIT RUNS AUGUST 14 – OCTOBER 25
The artists will be giving Gallery Talks on Thursday @ 5pm on September 24
READ THE REVIEW BY SUSAN RIFE of the Herald-Tribune Sarasota:
Link to short, 4 minute video of the show:
64 page catalog pdf (4 MG) below
Note that to view the pdf as a magazine format in ADOBE READER, you must go to your menu bar and select “VIEW”, scroll down to “PAGE DISPLAY”, then select “TWO-UP CONTINUOUS” & “SHOW COVER PAGE DURING TWO-UP”
Into the Wild is a painting exhibition exploring the theme of nature.
Curated by Carol Jazzar, it features contemporary South Florida artists Scott Armetta, Elizabeth Condon, John Defaro, Lilian Garcia-Roig, Ernesto Kunde, Magnus Sodamin, Donna Torres and Typoe. It also incorporates two masterworks by Augusto Chartrand Dubois and Miguel Arias.
Spanning more than a century, the featured subjects are depicted in both figurative and abstract styles.
All exhibitions are free and open to the public.
Martin and Pat Fine Center for the Arts
11011 S.W. 104th St.
Miami, FL 33176
Meet the curator and artists.
Saturday, October 3
For gallery hours, call 305-237-7700.
Review of show in Miami Herald
I was very fortunate to able to have a short residency at the Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts in October during the peak fall season. While there I met numerous amazing creative folks-writers & poets as well as preforming & visual artists of all types-and was able to make a series of autumn based, small, on-site paintings…nature put on an amazing show to be inspired from for sure (as seen from the leaves that would drop on my porch (no filters!)
This is a gem of an artists residency nestled in 600 acres in the mountains of northeastern Georgia (complete with waterfall!). I highly recommend it-please check them out at
The Martin Museum of Art on the Baylor University Campus in Waco, Texas has recently acquired the painting “Greens On Greens & Yellows” (WA) diptych for their permanent collection! It will be on display June 2- July 17 in “Selections form the Permanent Collection” exhibition this summer.
You can also see images from the recent Martin Museum of Art duo-solo show I was in with James Surls at: http://baylorlariat.com/2014/10/22/photos-art-exhibits/
VALLEY HOUSE GALLERY @ the DALLAS ART FAIR April 9-12, Booth A5
COCA is kicking off this year with “30 for 30” fine arts exhibition at the City Hall Gallery. This show will celebrate thirty artists who demonstrate a record of success and accomplishments over the last thirty years while calling Tallahassee, Florida home. This reception is on, you guessed it, January 30th and I will have two large works in it.
Thomas Deans Fine Art
690 Miami Circle NE #905
Atlanta, GA 30324
tel. 404 814-1811
THE ANNUAL ART FACULTY EXHIBITION This exhibition is a showcase for the faculty artists of the Department of Art in the College of Fine Arts at FSU…you never know what to expect but you can always expect a lot! I will have some of my “still wet” on-site Florida paintings in this show. The exhibition runs January 9th through February 1st. Public reception: Friday, January 9th 6:00 – 8:00 PM 530 W Call Street, 250 Fine Arts Building Museum of Fine Arts Museum Hours: M- F 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Sat & Sun 1:00 – 4:00 PM. Museum will be closed Monday, January 19th for MLK, Jr. Day. All museum exhibitions and events are FREE and open to the public! Visit the museum website for more information: http://mofa.fsu.edu/