"Silhouette Sins" the Latest Work by Jay Lonewolf to Premiere September 11, 2009 at the Cummings Group Gallery, Ft. Lauderdale

"Lonewolf’s latest exhibition will feature two new works including "Silhouette Sins" along with "Twisted Threads of the Politically Dead" his recent additions to his Wall Street Manifesto series.

Miami, FL, September 10, 2009 --(PR.com)-- “These pieces are lean, meticulous, very spare and clean - I’ve taken a very different approach to my new series.” Lonewolf says. The "Silhouette Sins" series is a complete reversal of his previous works. "Wall Street Manifesto" - individual, graphic essays on today’s economic state are brilliantly colored, vigilant political commentaries. His works are catalysts to mobilize self-reflection, analysis - more questions to provoke even more engagement.

A gifted artist, Lonewolf suffers from rod monochromacy. He does not see color. His vision is limited to variations of black and white, gradients or contrasts of gray similar to the old black and white TV sets from years ago.

Jay Lonewolf has been featured in the Miami Herald, WTVJ-NBC 6 Miami, Telemundo and Univision. His websites http://www.jaylonewolf.com and http://www.myspace.com/jaylonewolf57 have garnered millions of hits. Lonewolf is also featured in Miami Artzine, lifeinthefastlane.com.

The Cummings Group Gallery will hold a reception Friday, September 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm. The exhibition continues through the month of September. More information is available at www.jaylonewolf.com.

The exhibition also features the works of Alex Morales, Francisco Acosta and Albert Dekota Sanchez. Acosta is freelance photographer based in Miami. His images of Puerto Rico’s landscapes and landmarks include the rain forest El Yunque and the 16th century fortress El Moro in San Juan. Alex Morales is a native of Brooklyn, New York. His canvases are a mix of oils, acrylics and computer graphics. He’s greatly influenced by his hometown of New York City. His works inspire a feeling of the hip, street scenes of urban downtown hustle and the everyday life in the city.

Lonewolf has dedicated his exhibition to the Hermandad MC, a Miami motorcycle club that supports the arts and local causes with fundraising and donations. Lonewolf says “They are a stand-up group of brothers”.

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Cummings Group Gallery Contact: John Cummings
2703 E Commercial Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Hours: 9:00AM– 5:00PM

Directions: Take I-95 to Commercial Blvd exit, continue east past Holy Cross Hospital, towards US1, keep an eye out for a gas station on the left (approximately 2 blocks). Turn left to Cummings Group Gallery, metered parking available in front.

Gwendy Vea