Steve Zolin was exhibiting his unique curved-perspective pieces at the Fountain Miami. "Back of the House 1" and "Back of the House 2" were displayed side by side with a mirror behind them, creating a fascinating depth perception and capturing a candescent quality of what happens in the back of restaurants.
The dreamy, expressionist scenes feel life-like yet surreal, as the shadows of the curved panels play with the intricacies of the brushstrokes. The grayscale scenes…Continue
Posted on January 8, 2013 at 18:00
Jesus Correa was an interesting multimedia artist I had the pleasure of meeting at the Fountain. He explained to me how his works made from wood were meant to be played with if one were so inclined, resembling children's toys.
His mixture of soft yarn and plush materials with wood and hardware creates a dialogue between the media, as there is one present between child and adulthood. The title of this piece, "Serpents and Scarves and Stabbing Headaches" embodies what it is…Continue
Posted on January 8, 2013 at 16:18
Posted on December 26, 2012 at 16:30
Viewing fine art is a serious task that cannot be taken lightly. It is important to view the work with an open mind and consideration of where we now stand in the world as a collective. After spending many hours viewing a multitude of art, I had a realization that art is the expression of our freedom of creativity, which is why I love it so much. Here are a few experiences I had while viewing the Art of Asia and Scope.
Art of Asia features breathtaking art…Continue
Posted on December 20, 2012 at 15:30