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G.A.M.E. Opens "Front and Centre II" Art Exhibit at the Centre Club of Tampa


Members of Enspirati exhibit their art in “Front and Centre II” at the Centre Club of Tampa. Represented are eight artists from culturally diverse backgrounds. Presented by Global Arts Movement for Education (G.A.M.E.), a non-profit organization dedicated to funding art scholarships.

Tampa, FL, June 09, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Global Arts Movement for Education (G.A.M.E.), a non-profit organization dedicated to funding art scholarships, follows up its last successful exhibit, “Front and Centre” at the Centre Club of Tampa with “Front and Centre II”. It opened May 17th and runs through November 8th, 2008.

The collection is comprised of work by eight diverse artists, who are members of Enspirati, a non-profit guild committed to educating artists on the business aspects of their trade, and to provide forums for them to feature and sell their work.

Represented are works by native Floridian’s as well as artists with international backgrounds. Included is scenic photographer James Hamilton Phillips, showcasing his photos of undisturbed Florida. One of Enspirati’s popular artists from China, Ping Chen, enchants viewers with her traditional watercolor paintings. Venezuelan born Gustavo Briceñno Cruz exhibits some of his whimsical works in acrylic. Taylor Ikin’s explosion of watercolor is painted on a synthetic surface called Yupo. Other artists include Robbie Miles, illustrating her Chinese brush tech-nique; Robert Caamaño, expressing his Spanish heritage in his work with charcoal, wax crayon and acrylic; Joseph Rotella, exhibiting his master craftsmanship of Italian marble and onyx sculpture; and Enspirati newcomer, Florida born Brandon Dunlap’s mixed media on wood.

All of the art featured will be for sale; proceeds are divided between the artists and funding art scholarships. G.A.M.E.’s commitment is to make an impact in children’s lives through the passion of art and education.

“With funding being cut from art programs, it is G.A.M.E.’s goal is to expose people to art, so they don’t forget how worthy of support it is and how much it is desperately needed,” said Malcolm Teasdale, founder of G.A.M.E. “Art fuels the imagination and the human spirit.”

To purchase Art and for more information, visit www.globalartsmovement.org
Visit “Front and Centre II” at the Centre Club: 123 South Westshore Blvd. Tampa (813)286.4040

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Global Arts Movement for Education
Vivienne Brown
813.868.1515
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Leonard Stone 813.868.1535

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