Ft. Lauderdale, FL, December 01, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- “It's been an amazing year and the controversy lives on! I could not have imagined a year ago the response from people to my (Wall Street Totem) series. Many have expressed that's exactly what they feel. They're passionate about telling me “I love it! Or “You shouldn’t have said that!” That's my goal. I don't care if you love it or hate it. I honestly don't. What I do want to know is that it made you think and that it invoked feelings that were dormant and waiting to explode. That's what art is about” says Lonewolf.
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. Lonewolf has been featured in the Miami Herald, WTVJ-NBC 6 Miami, Telemundo and Univision. Lonewolf is also featured in Miami Artzine and several radio talk shows. The Canadian on-line magazine lifeinthefastlane.com covered a story called “When Art and Freedom of Expression go Horribly Wrong”. The story has received international attention about freedom of expression for artist around the world. In seven months Jay Lonewolf’s web site has garnered over 11 million hits of supporters of freedom of expression.
The Cummings Group Gallery will hold a reception December 4, 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm. The reception includes a celebration of the December full moon with a drum circle. Lonewolf himself a passionate percussionist has enlisted fellow conga, bongo and djembe drummers for a raucous, high energy full moon celebration. Visitors to the gallery are encouraged to bring their drums and participate. The exhibition continues through the month of December. More info is available at www.jaylonewolf.com.
The exhibition also features the work of Theresa Calluouri, Francisco Acosta, Alex Morales 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.
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 sixteenth 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 the urban downtown hustle and everyday life in the city.
South Florida artist Estefania Lopez “La Chica Gitana” will bring her funky, spirited mix of paintings, music and jewelry. Her “Miami in your face” style works well – a great combination of synergy and art..
A special thank you to Luis Hernandez Event Planning and his models. Thanks to John Cummings of the Cummings Group Gallery for his generous support. We are grateful and excited about our upcoming events.
Media Contact - Gwendy Vea: email@example.com. For more information go to jaylonewolf.com
Cummings Group Gallery
Contact: John Cummings
2703 E Commercial Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
954-529-7342, Hours: 9:00AM– 5:00PM M-F
Directions: Take I-95 to Commercial Blvd exit, continue east past Holy Cross Hospital, towards US1, cross US1, keep an eye out for a gas station on the left (approximately 2 blocks). Turn left to Cummings Group Gallery, parking available in front.