"These jewel-like paintings intuitively fuse different aesthetic traditions, folk art and old master, with natural grace and an uncanny quality that may be a species of magic." —American Arts Quarterly
I am very excited to announce my participation in a co-curated show by the Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rome and London with Gallery Sumire in Tokyo. The show “Silk Road ~ The Roots ~ Our Culture” will be held at the Art Glorieux Gallery of Tokyo, Japan from June 9 thru June 15, 2022.
Dorothy Circus Gallery is proud to present a co-curated event with Gallery Sumire at “Art Glorieux Gallery of Tokyo, inaugurating on the 9th of June 2022 entitled “Silk Road ~ The Roots – Our Culture”.
On this occasion, Dorothy Circus Gallery is proud to present a group exhibition featuring nine European and five Asian artists (Alessia Iannetti, Arturo Garcia De Las Heras, Levalet, Clementine De Chabaneix, Fatima Ronquillo, MILLO, Paolo Pedroni, Silvia Idili, Sana Yoshida, Takahiro Hirabayashi, Amahi Mori, Miho Hirano and Junna Maruyama). Inspired by the historical Silk Road, the group exhibition intends to retrace the path dating back to the Roman Empire as the peak for cultural exchange. Interestingly, we metaphorically walk through this path across art and mutual research each day. Thus, the symbol of the Silk Road becomes the path for celebration for friendship and mutual empowerment in the art and culture market.
The presentation for this co-curated exhibition is an important opportunity for DCG to underline the profound esteem and admiration for Asian society and emphasise the closeness between our values once again. Furthermore, the exhibition aims to bring an intense dialogue between the representatives of the contemporary Asian movement and the European approach of the artist presented.
My solo show in Santa Fe at the Meyer Gallery has been rescheduled to December 4 – December 10, 2020. I will be releasing paintings for the show available for purchase throughout the weeks/months running up to December. So please let John, Jonathon, and Jordan at Meyer Gallery know of your interest so they can alert you as soon as they get the paintings.
I am very excited to share this series of four book covers featuring my paintings of hands with lover’s eyes: the novels of Valter Hugo Mãe published by Alfaguara (Editora Objectiva). Valter Hugo Mãe is a renowned Portuguese writer who has won several literary prizes including the prestigious José Saramago Literary Prize (in 2007) and Grande Prémio Portugal Telecom de Literatura (in 2012). 2014 was the 10th anniversary of his first novel and Alfaguara has republished his first four novels to mark the occasion.
Happy Holidays! I would like to thank everyone for a truly blessed year. It is only a couple of days before my winter show opening for “The Sublime Vignette” at the Meyer Gallery in Park City. I hope you can join us for the reception on Friday, December 26, 6-9 pm. Here are the final pieces for the show. Complete show preview here.
First, I want to wish everyone a beautiful winter season and a new year full of blessings. I am kicking off the new year with a two-person show “Complexity” at Meyer Gallery in Park City with the wonderful assemblage sculptor Heather Campbell. The opening reception is on January 4, 2013, 6-8pm. “Lady with Tulip and Cupid” above is the largest piece in the show. I have just shipped out these final works… Preview the rest of the show here.