Galeria Vieira Portuense: Exhibition of 3rd Paradigm.
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Recently (25th of March 2010) I was invited to attend ArtExpo in New York. I enjoyed it a lot.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
"In late medieval and early Renaissance music, term for certain vocal forms as they were known in the 15th century; also a musical texture used widely in both secular and sacred compositions of that century. Cantilena style is characterized by a predominant vocal top line supported by less complex and usually instrumental tenor and countertenor lines; it occurred both in homophonic, or chordal, music and inpolyphonic music having a contrapuntal (interwoven melody) texture."
"Cantilena was defined by the Flemish music theorist Johannes Tinctoris (1436–1511) as one of the smaller forms that usually treated love, although any subject was suitable. .."
In my Cantilena, you can find a "predominant top", white islands of oil paint, that are supported by less complex blue background. In terms of music described above, the focus of this painting is a visual expression of love feeling via cantilena style.
Saturday, February 6, 2010
"A Long Way In Dunes", 18x24in(50x61cm), acrylic and oil on canvas, inspired by my memories of melodrama TV series
Долгая дорога в дюнахcreated in 1980, USSR (Alois Brench, Latvia). It is a touching love story of Arthur, the son of a fisherman, and beautiful Marta. The magnificent music for the movie is written by
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Who: Design Studio Art Gallery, artdc Gallery, Cheryl Edwards studio
When: February 14th, 2010
Where: Multiple galleries within the Arts District spanning from Hyattsville to dc
Why: In celebration of Valentine’s Day and to visually explore love & lust
Addresses of Participating Galleries:
artdc Gallery: 5710 Baltimore Ave, Hyattsville, MD 20781
Design Studio Art Gallery: 5702 Baltimore Avenue, Hyattsville, MD 20781
Cheryl Edwards Studio: 4303 Rhode Island Ave, Studio 215 Brentwood, MD 20722
“Lust…” is a new exhibit that will span multiple galleries and showcase works that depict many interpretations of love and lust. The opening reception is Sunday, February 14th, 2010 from 1pm-5pm. This will be an INCREDIBLE VALENTINE’S DAY EVENT for couples, friends, and patrons!
HYATTSVILLE, MD (01-29-10) – artdc Gallery, Design Studio Art Gallery, and Cheryl Edwards Studio will host this exhibit. An opening reception will be held on Sunday, February 14, 2010 from 1-5pm. The exhibit will run from February 8th – March 3rd 2010.
In collaboration with multiple Arts District galleries, we will work to create a movement in celebration of that wonderful time full of love. You know the day--February 14th! V-day. We will be developing a semi-all inclusive show that will be curated in one space, and then split between galleries. This movement goes beyond space limitations and activates the neighborhood through multiple gallery collaborations.
Saint Valentine's Day is a holiday celebrated on February 14. There's an energy which drives us to fall in love. Philosophers, scientists, and artists study it. Lust is an intense craving for one’s lover and has been a tremendous force in the creation of art and spirit. Lust is joyful and painful at the same time. Dante
compared it to the sweeping force of a whirlwind with no hope of escape to cleanse your soul and purge your minds from desire. Lust controls many of us with muscle truck unstoppable force! We are exploring lustful creativity with a tremendous, ground-breaking show which crosses individual gallery barriers. As a group, each gallery director will assist in curating the show. We will then divide the work between our spaces. Lust will create a movement for the month of February!
The art will range from publicly accessible art PG-13 to much spicier concepts! This is not an erotic art show. We need to explore this unstoppable whirlwind of fear, need, anxiety, love, and desire. Lust and love move deeper than sex, it's power.
NEIGHBORHOOD RELATED EVENTS:
(Our new neighbors will be hosting events on the same day to boost energy and contribute to the overall excitement and spirit of creativity centered around LUST…)
art reactor: 5614 Baltimore Ave., Hyattsville, MD 20781
VM Photography & Makeup Studio: 5700 Baltimore Ave., Hyattsville, MD 20781
In celebration of Valentine’s Day and in conjunction with the theme for the LUST… exhibit, VM Photography & Makeup Studio will feature a delectable series of photographs titled “I AM SEXY.” The series features a 5 course meal that's a feast for your eyes! Projections also will be on display from photographer Yassine El Mansouri.
ABOUT OUR NEW NEIBHORS:
The art reactor contains a collective of Resident artists with the goal of bringing affordable art workshops to the Hyattsville area. The art reactor is a project of Fine Art Ventures, LLC. The art reactor’s major sponsors are EYA and Fine Art Ventures, LLC. The art reactor will provide a space which will create synergy between the resident artists and students which will aid in the expansion of creative energy.
A Newcomer to the Hyattsville Arts District, VM Photography & Makeup, is owned and operated by Violetta Markelou. Violetta is a talented commercial, editorial, and fashion photographer with extensive training in the fields of glamour, special effects and theatrical makeup for photography and film. She is self-taught in the areas of glamour/fashion makeup and makeup for photography. Her formal training in theatrical and special effects makeup and photography come from Montgomery College and University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
the may 1st coalition, casa freehold, old first church, advocacy committee of the reformation lutheran church, arts horizon Leroy Neiman Art Center, galeria rios II, the shore institute of the contemporary arts, south ocean art gallery :
THE TRAVELLING IMMIGRANTS ART EXHIBIT 2009
Approximately 40 immigrant artists (artists who were displaced from their homelands) will participate in 6 exhibits throughout the tri-state area. The sixth opening is to take place:
SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 2010 at 2:00 pm
Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts
20 Third Avenue, Long Branch, NJ 07740
County Freeholder Lillian Burry,
County Freeholder John D’Amico
Mayor Janet W. Tucci
This exhibit was conceived because of the need to communicate about immigration in a different way. Art has transformative and healing powers which are truly needed at this time. Art can transcend barriers, borders and differences. The Immigrants Art Exhibit provides an opportunity for immigrant artists to respond artistically to this time in history in which immigrants are being globally and locally persecuted and deprived of their rights.
The exhibit has been shown at the Rios II Gallery and LeRoy Neiman Art Center in Manhattan, the Suffolk County Community College, Selden, Long Island, the American Friends Service Committee in Newark, NJ and the South Ocean Art Gallery in Freeport, Long Island. The artists come from a variety of continents and countries including Ivory Coast, Taiwan to Guatemala and Chile. Since the first opening on July 10, 2009 requests to exhibit have been received from 3 additional galleries.