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Dellfina Dellert:
EMBODIMENTS
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Noel Suarez:
Siluetas
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Héctor Rafael:
Transmutación Colectiva
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Lavely Miller-Kershman:
Aboutness
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Beatrix Ost:
Illuminations and Illusions
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Moisés Fragela:
Color Vivente
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Eduard Zentsik:
Eternal Beauty
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Asbel Gomez Dumpierre:
Un Día a la Vez
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Angela Alés:
Monologue
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Kalliope Amorphous:
Glass Houses
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Chana Wiesenthal Elias:
The Distance From There to Here
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Marcella Novotny:
Nor Black Nor White
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Zuania Muñiz-Meléndez:
d e . t e ɾ . m ĩ ˈ n a . ð̞ o
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Angela Alés:
Immigration
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Benjamín Hierro:
Mi Vida Cotidiana
(My Daily Life)
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Wilmer Herrison:
Reflect Optique
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Moisés Fragela:
La Mentira de la Verdad
(The Lie About the Truth)
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Renata Santamarina:
Dejemos al Menos Flores
(Let’s leave at least Flowers)
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Héctor Rafael:
Biomórfico
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Renata Santamarina:
Sneaky Ones. Dibujos de Bolsillo
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Chris Butler:
The Long Journey
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Amy Nordby:
Perplexing Odyssey
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Moisés Fragela:
Sketches
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Dellfina Dellert:
"What You Think, You Become"
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Dellfina Dellert:
"A True Artist is a real Masterpiece"
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Dellfina Dellert:
"The Past Has No Power over Now"
EMBODIMENTS
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Noel Suarez:
Siluetas
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Héctor Rafael:
Transmutación Colectiva
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Lavely Miller-Kershman:
Aboutness
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Beatrix Ost:
Illuminations and Illusions
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Moisés Fragela:
Color Vivente
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Eduard Zentsik:
Eternal Beauty
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Renata Santamarina:
Quantum Collection
(Preview)
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Asbel Gomez Dumpierre:
Un Día a la Vez
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Angela Alés:
Monologue
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Roneld Lores:
The Children of Light, Water, and Clay
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Kalliope Amorphous:
Glass Houses
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Marcella Novotny:
Nor Black Nor White
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Zuania Muñiz-Meléndez:
d e . t e ɾ . m ĩ ˈ n a . ð̞ o
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Moisés Fragela:
La Mentira de la Verdad
(The Lie About the Truth)
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Chris Butler:
The Long Journey
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Benjamín Hierro:
Mi Vida Cotidiana
(My Daily Life)
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Angela Alés:
Immigration
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Héctor Rafael:
Biomórfico
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Renata Santamarina:
Dejemos al Menos Flores
(Let’s leave at least Flowers)
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Renata Santamarina:
Sneaky Ones. Dibujos de Bolsillo
(Pocket Drawings)
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Wilmer Herrison:
Reflect Optique
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Amy Nordby
Perplexing Odyssey
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Chana Wiesenthal Elias:
The Distance from There to Here
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Dellfina Dellert
Warsaw, Poland
Noel Suarez
Miami, Florida, USA
Lavely Miller-Kershman
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Beatrix Ost
Charlottesville, Virginia, USA
Eduard Zentsik
Tallinn, Estonia
Asbel Gomez Dumpierre
Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
Roneld Lores
Boston, MA, USA
Kalliope Amorphous
New York City, USA
Marcella Novotny
Genoa, Italy
Zuania Muñiz-Meléndez
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Chana Wiesenthal Elias
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Chris Butler
Charlottesville, Virginia, USA
Trần Dân
Hanoi, Vietnam
Martin Phillips
Charlottesville, Virginia, USA
Benjamín Hierro
Mexico City, Mexico
Sonny Lee L
Lima, Ohio, USA
Angela Alés
Boston, Massachusettes, USA
Marco Petracca
Cologne, Germany
Hélios González
Miama, Florida, USA
Moisés Fragela
Manatí, Puerto Rico
Héctor Rafael
Cidra, Puerto Rico
Wilmer Herrison
Paris, France
Renata Santamarina
Mexico City, Mexico
Veronica Swift
New York, New York, USA
Amy Nordby
Meriden, Connecticut, USA
River Hawkins
Charlottesville, Virginia, USA
Rafael J. Rodriguéz
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Juan Sebastian
Miami, Florida, USA
Claudia García
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Graham Edwards
Bentonville, Arkansas, USA
Henry Blount
Monte Vista, Colorado, USA
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FEATURED ARTISTS:
Dellfina Dellert
Warsaw, Polland

Dellfina Dellert - is a multimedia artist, and a recipient of a grant from the Polish Ministry of Culture and the National Heritage. In her works she explores the innermost areas of human nature, focusing often on sexuality, especially in the context of identity, attached emotions, and self-acceptance. Very often she uses her own body as a medium.

“I’ve always had a fascination for the psychological aspects of life, the reason behind every deed, the definition of the truth. Both in my private and professional life I constantly analyze the border between subjective and objective, individual and collective, illusion and reality.”
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Noel Suarez
Havana, Cuba, currently in Miami, Florida

After a long successful career as a professional ballet dancer in Cuba and then the United States, Noel Suarez is recognized as one of a small number of artists whom Miami's ascendency to the world cultural state is reflected in the lifetime of his painting career.

“As an ex-ballet dancer, movement and emotions are very important components of my life. While dancing, a body constantly moves to the music.. With each painting, I capture every possible pose between these vibrant movements...”
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Lavely Miller-Kershman
Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Lavely Miller-Kershman is a contemporary realist painter who works in large scale. For the past three years her portraits and figures have focused primarily on the visual narration of the effects of trauma. They are windows into intimate, personal journeys and reflections of universal experience.

"I paint in acrylics with my fingers. For the past twenty years, this has been the most consistent element in how my work is made. My most recent work incorporates painting onto paper adhered to canvas or wood - the contraction and expansion of the paper in reaction to that process creates the “crinkling” effect observable on many of the surfaces...."
Beatrix Ost
New York City and Charlottesville, VA, USA

Beatrix Ost is an internationally acclaimed artist, writer, and fashion designer. She has also written screenplays, produced movies and theater, and acted in films and on the stage. When she arrived to New York from Germany as a young adult, she quickly became an art and fashion icon - and has remained an influential and acclaimed luminary in both worlds. She currently splits her time between Charlottesville, Virginia and New York City.

"There is a huge circus round about me, like an existential storm with the artist in the eye of it, in complete silence. Even the most elementary moments of life. I love waking up in the morning, lying back down in the evening. The face of the waiter is a drama of its own, the hairdresser a whole invention in herself, a film scene. I paint as thoughts roll by in all directions, in an unlimited cascade. I can amuse myself with what is happening around me or not, what is or what could be."
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Eduard Zentsik
Tallinn, Estonia

Eduard Zentsik is a prize-winning Estonian painter who has exhibited his work internationally, including in Russia, Estonia, Monaco and the US. He explores the mysticism, symbolism and images of the subconscious, weaving dreams into impactful compositions full of intriguing figures, fascinating colour combinations and plays on blur and clarity. Zentsik ultimately proposes a magical reality for each viewer to contemplate and get lost in.

Eduard Zentsik is a prolific Estonian-based artist of many faces. He’s developed radically different artistic personas, refusing to link his name to a single signature style, technique, or theme. Instead, Zentsik mixes genres and media and playfully subverts the traditions of old. Zentsik’s paintings contain an open-ended space, a distinctly magical reality where entities, artifacts, and concepts from seemingly arbitrary eras and cultures serve their enigmatic purpose. Zentsik’s mission, is to cut open two-way windows between our world and the fantastical realm through which mystical figures and phenomena on the other side meet our gaze.
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Asbel Gomez Dumpierre
Havana, Cuba in Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

Cuban born painter Asbel Gomez Dumpierre has a Fine Art Degree from Universidad Pedagógica de La Habana, Cuba. To date he has exhibited in over 14 solo exhibitions and over 50 group exhibitions all over the world, including: his native Cuba, Italy, Portugal, Argentina, Miami USA, Fort Lauderdale USA, The Hamptons in New York, Mexico, New York City, Jersey City USA, and Spain.

"Art to me is a relief where my ideas travel to a whimsical place full of magic where my thoughts intertwine with mother nature. When I imagine and create my visual scenarios I start to experiment with my surroundings trying to express my ideas in my artistic language..."
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Roneld Lores
Havana, Cuba in Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA

Roneld Lores is a sculptor and painter living in Boston. He has been an active part of the artist community for over 20 years. Originally from Cuba, Mr. Lores moved to the United States at the age of eight and studied Fine Arts at New World School of the Arts and Florida International University, where he received a BFA in 1994 with a major in Ceramics & Sculpture. One of Mr. Lores' areas of concentration is the female figure. Strongly rooted in a classical foundation, his sculptures and paintings, abstract and fragment the female figure to conform to his own aesthetics. His style is loose and dynamic with an evident grasp of realism. His work has been exhibited and is in private collections throughout the Americas and Europe.

"The female form is one of the earliest sources of artistic inspiration. I use the female form to explore our relationship with nature and to delve into the essence of our species; our endurance, our identity, our drive. My art is driven by a need to capture both the sensuality and the strength inherent in women..."
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Angela Alés
Barranquilla, Colombia in Boston, MA, USA

Angela Alés is an artist born in Barranquilla, Colombia, of Andalusian and Lebanese descent. Alés moved to the United States in 1984 and graduated from Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, in New York City. She received her MFA from the Miami International University of Art and Design. She is a dedicated student of philosophies and world religions and her spirituality has emerged as central themes in her work. She has participated in over 30 collective and individual exhibitions in the US and Central and South America. She is also an accomplished Educator with 20 years of teaching experience. She specializes in teaching Drawing and Painting as well as preparing students for acceptance into top ranked Universities and Art Magnet Programs.

"My artistic process has in large part been both the means of searching for spiritual and philosophical meaning in my life as well as the act of recording this search. Through out this journey recurring symbols and icons have solidified into my personal language. Most recently, my socio-political experiences as a Latin American, immigrant, and female artist have come to the forefront of my inner dialogue and have coalesced as a central theme of my artistic voice."
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Marcella Novotny
Genoa, Italy

Marcella Novotny is an artist and fashion designer from Genoa, Italy where she lives and works.

A graduate in Architecture from the University of Geona, Novotny's artistic journey began as an illustrator with an emphasis on Black and White contrasts.

All of her works begin with a "BIC" black pen.  The use of the "BIC" pen for Marcella is an signature aspect of her works and expresses her love for this iconic object.  After a deep search and full dedication to Black and White contrasts, in the last few years Novotny has switched to using bright colors - exploring and investigating different pigments and using canvas, wood, plastic and resin in her mixed media works.  Novotny constantly explores contrasts and paradoxes in her works.  Her latest works feature 3D resin sculptures as part of her canvas landscape.

"Nor Black Nor White" is a collection of my first experimental color works.  They tell the stories of the changing forms of complexion, features and multiple emotions of women - faces of women that I have seen all over the world.  This tribute to women, whether they be sad, beautiful or bad, is a composite of all the women in the universe.  The strong colors, mixing of the pigments and acrylics create the essences of today's powerful woman.
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Moisés Fragela
Manatí, Puerto Rico

Moisés Fragela was born in Río Piedras, Puerto Rico in 1976 where he lived until 1990 when he moved to Miami, Florida to later return to Puerto Rico in 1996.  He started to paint at the age of 20, doing his formal education at Florida International University in Miami and at the Institute Fine Arts, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico where he graduated in 2004.  From 1997 through 2001, Mr. Fragela was an artist in residence at Galería Calle Del Cristo, Old San Juan.  Also in 2003, Mr. Fragela was invited to attend the Master Critics hosted by Dr. Elaine King where he was honored with the Best Critic and Best Show for his paintings.

In 2006 he was selected to participate in the 6th Florence Biennale.  Fragela was also part of a Collection Reyes & Veray at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Puerto Rico.  Also, he was a part of a project for the Ponce Art Museum which has given him an opportunity to collaborate with other artist in very unique projects and raise donations for their educational programs in their Gala event in 2012.  Fragela also participated in Miami Art Week in the Spectrum Art Fair in 2013 and his works are now part of the the Museo Francisco Oller permanent collection in Bayamón, Puerto Rico since 2015.

The basic concept of the works presented is to encourage the viewer to question their reality or briefly try to open their eyes to ideas that are not the norm in society or in the Mass Media, and for them to not accept these things as fact outright but instead for them to decide according to the individual's own thoughts and opinions to determine what is right or wrong and what is a lie or the truth.
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Renata Santamarina
Mexico City, Mexico

Renata Santamarina is a self-taught painter from Mexico City, Mexico where she lives and creates.  She has studied towards a Bachelors in Restoration of Art for interest in traditional techniques, but has complemented her artistic training with specialized courses at the Academy of San Carlos and the Centro Artes San Agustin (CaSa) in Oaxaca. Renata has also participated in workshops from artists like Edgar Clement and Omar Rosiles. Her works are part of private collections throughout Mexico and the United States.

For her exhibition of "Dejemos al Menos Flores (Let's leave at least Flowers)", Renata Santamarina is inspired by the poet and philosopher Nezahualcoyotl, and his poem "Un Recuerdo que Dejo (A Memory that I Leave)".  Her paintings invite the viewer to return to nature: to have an animistic worldview again. It is an invitation to question their existence and find the answers in the petals, in the cocoons of the butterflies, and in the song of the birds and the air that carries them.
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Héctor Rafael
Cidra, Puerto Rico

Painter and educator. Born of Puerto Rican parents in Santiago de Compostela, Spain and raised in Puerto Rico. The artist has a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a Major in Painting from the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University and a Master of Art Education from Universidad del Turabo. In 2019 Héctor Rafael was recognized for his artistic merit with the International Prize Botticelli at the Borghese Palace in Florence, Italy. He also received the International Prize Diego Velázquez during the Barcelona Biennial at the Museu Europeu d'Art Modern (MEAM) in Barcelona, Spain and the International Prize Artist of the Year 2019 at Teatro Sociale di Mantova in Mantua, Italy. His paintings have been included in exhibitions in Puerto Rico, New York, Miami, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Istanbul (Turkey), London (United Kingdom), Barcelona (Spain), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Lisbon (Portugal), Florence, Mantua and Venice (Italy). The artist’s work is part of prestigious private and public collections including Museo de Arte de Caguas, Museo de Arte Francisco Oller and the Puerto Rican Arts Alliance (PRAA) in Chicago.

Héctor lives in Puerto Rico and works out of his studio in Cidra, Puerto Rico

"My work of art promotes equity and functions as a hopeful invitation to inclusive and harmonious coexistence. They are images of luminous forms that emerge to delight us and suggest introspection; paintings that echo the uncontainable energy that revives, unifies, and transforms the universe." - Héctor Rafael
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Angela Alés: Building Nations
Discover the symbolism and meaning behind Angela Alés' work "Building Nations" part of her exhibition "Immigration"
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Moisés Fragela: La Llamada (The Call)
Join us as we take an in-depth look at "La Llamada (The Call) from Moisés Fragela's exhibition "La Mentira de la Verdad (The Lie behind the Truth)".
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Amy Nordby: Electric Blue Dreams & Sunset
In this video we explore two of Amy Nordby's Resin works: "Electric Blue Dreams" and "Sunset Over the Blue Lagoon" from "Perplexing Odyssey"
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Renata Santamarina: Como es Arriba, es Abajo
Discover the symbolism and the meaning behind Renata Santamarina's work, "Como es Arriba, es Abajo (What is Above, Is Below)" in this episode.
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River Hawkins: Theo's Secret
Learn the true meaning behind River Hawkin's mural, "Theo's Secret", installed at Charlottesville, VA's The Bebedero.
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Moisés Fragela: Fraz Ztudios
Find out about Fraz Ztudios, artist Moisés Fragela's new Art Hub in Manatí, Puerto Rico, and go in-depth with "Nothing Left to Hide".
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Angela Alés: #entanglement
Take an "In-Depth" look at Angela Alés' work "#entanglement" from her exhibition "Immigration".
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Renata Santamarina: La Reina Loca
Take an "In-Depth" look at Renata Santamarina's work "La Reina Loca" from her exhibition "Dejemos al Menos Flores".
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Chana Wiesenthal Elias: Binah & Malchut - Between the Waters
Take an "In-Depth" look at Chana Wiesenthal Elias' work "Binah & Malchut: Between the Waters" from "The Distance from There to Here".
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Chris Butler: The Long Journey
Take an "In-Depth" look at Chris Butler's exhibition "The Long Journey" and examine three of the works from this collection.