Miami, FL, December 04, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- “We’re a real menagerie of talent. Our styles, ethnicity and disciplines really cover the range of cultures and creativity - we work well together. Our art is our life.” says Lonewolf, a painter who has never seen color. Lonewolf will exhibit his largest collection of politically-charged work. His recently completed series depicts the current US economic crisis. Lonewolf said his new work Wall Street Totem is “a statement about America's current economic crisis.”
“This is a showcase for the voice of the streets for art scouts, buyers and art aficionados. We’re homegrown Miami talent! Miami is our home - we’re here 24/7, 365 days. There are no corporate sponsors or big media budgets here, just a hardcore, passionate team” Lonewolf said.
Highlights include Jay Lonewolf’s “Summit of Reality” Druso Blume’s primitive symbolic paintings, David Santana’s photo realism works and Theresa Calluori’s erotic sculptural “The Weapons of Mass Distraction”. Also featured are Francisco Acosta’s breathtaking photography, Albert “Levon” Sanchez’s Goth & Candy Girl photo series, Amarillis Veliz’s haunting and playful paintings, Jose Hurtado’s conceptual metal sculptures and introducing Cindy Cortes’s whimsical works.
Dec 2 - 4, 12pm - 8pm
Dec 5 - 6, 12pm - 10pm
Contact Gwendy Vea for additional information.
The Zoo – Gwendy Vea
12399 West Dixie Hwy
North Miami, FL 33161
Directions: I-95 to NW 119 St. exit, go east on NW 119 St, left at W. Dixie Hwy, continue to 12399 W. Dixie Hwy. Entrance on corner of West Dixie Hwy.