Ft. Lauderdale, FL, November 09, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- “These pieces are lean, meticulous, very spare and clean – I see them as snapshots from a dream. I've searched deep and taken a glance at the the abyss or divide between the relationships between art and society. There is a story hidden in the very movement and light exposed to the naked eye. My wish is that everyone can find their own truth in art.” Lonewolf says. The Ashes of Pompeii series is a stark contrast to his previous vibrant, colorful works. The black and white pieces represents his own true "vision" - as seen through his monochromatic eyes.
A gifted artist, Lonewolf suffers from rod monochromacy. He does not see color. Movement is his color and darkness is his light. 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 11 millions hits. Lonewolf is also featured in Miami Artzine, lifeinthefastlane.com.
The Cummings Group Gallery will hold a reception Friday, November 13, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm. A drum circle will wind down the evening. All conga, bongo and djembe drummers are encouraged to participate. The exhibition continues through the month of November. More information is available at www.jaylonewolf.com.
The exhibition also features the work of Theresa Calluouri, Monique Wegmueller, Francisco Acosta and Estefania Lopez. Theresa Calluori will display her series Weapons of Mass Distraction – the playful, dimensional pieces speak to the enigmatic relationships between men and women. Her work has been featured at the World Erotic Art Museum, Miami Beach.
Swiss-born artist Monique Wegmueller is a painter, photographer and jewelry designer. Her canvasses are bright, vivid, bold textured expressions of color. Her jewelry creations will be featured for sale on models during the event.
Acosta is freelance photographer based in Miami. His bold images of Puerto Rico’s landscapes and landmarks include the rain forest El Yunque and the 16th century fortress El Moro in San Juan.
Local artist Estefania Lopes “La Chica Gitana” will bring her funky, spirited mix of paintings, music and jewelry. Her “Miami in your face” style works well – a great mix of synergy and art.
Luis Hernandez Event Planning and his models who will feature the artists jewelry: Lisa Falco, Vanessa Martinez, Lisa Iglesias, Antoinette Hernani, Viktoria Ekelund, Jay Littlejohn, Erik Hall, Carlos Romero.
The artists wish to thank John Cummings of the Cummings Group Gallery for his generous support and unending motivation.
Media Contact - Gwendy Vea: vea59aol.com http://jaylonewolf.com
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 (approx. 2 blocks). Turn left to Cummings Group Gallery, metered parking available in front.