I first discovered his painting back in 2002 while doing research for an art project.
The Coral Spring Museum was having an exhibition of his work titled:
Instantes de Vida (Moments of Life).
Photo from: Artists and Art
Thrifted, Made in Nicaragua, Liz Lange top
Thrifted, Darlene Knitwear cardigan
8 years old Italian sandals
No mane purse, more than 10 years old
Rings: gifted and purchased locally
Old Steinmart necklace on the right
Earrings from San Diego
Coral Springs is another one of those cities around here that is full of sports, arts and shopping opportunities and that has some of the most expensive and lavish homes in the county.
The museum tickets are $6.00, the parking is free, you can take photos outside and move around in their well manicure gardens.
This is: Peace Lily, made of wood, metal and stone, by Perez Celis, 2007.
It's tittle, Fire Horse, made of bronze by Jesus Sanchez, no date.
Tittle: Mindscape, made of red travertine marble, by Yoshin Ogata, 2007.
After we finished viewing it we went upstairs to take a look at more paintings.
Romero Britto (he is Brazilian born but resides in Miami since the '80's).
Tittle: Mural For The Arts, is acrylic on canvas from 2009.
Many of these Colombian pastries are very similar of the ones I used to eat in Puerto Rico.
The Phyllis Sperber exhibition was very personal and powerful. She uses items like family photographs from War World II, sand and tissue papers in her paintings.
They are from the Wari: Pre-Inca Lords of Peru exhibition from The Fort Lauderdale Museum that I didn't attend because their admission fee was $14.00 plus parking fees.
It was a productive day: I got some free stuff, spend less than at a movie and feast my eyes and my stomach.