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Cardozo graduated from the National School of Fine Arts and attended the University of Architecture. He studied engraving with Luis Camnitzer and carried out individual exhibitions at Del Notariado Gallery, the Exhibition Center of the Municipal Government of Montevideo, the French Alliance, The Blanes Museum, the Uruguay-United State Alliance, the Engelman-Ost space, the Central Station (AFE), Montevideo Subway, the Mars Gallery, the South Gallery, the Goethe-Institute and the Atchuguarry Foundation (2014).
Awards: Fourth exhibition of young painters (1989), Educational trip (1989), Paul Cezanne Award (1991), 51 National Salon (2004)
He has worked with Tato Pelrano, at the Sitio de Montevideo, Urban Proyect Municipal Salon 1994. He participated in the First Mercosur Biennial and in the Cuenca Biennial (2001). He won, together with Matfas Bervejillo, the first prize in a short film festival called La pedrera in 2004.
Born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1965.
The Real Distance
38"x60" oil on canvas $9,000
Nuevo Estuve en Columbia (I Have Never Been in Columbia)
55"x63" Oil on Canvas $13,000
Illusion 4 (Illusion 4)
43"x78" acrylic on canvas $18,000
tres y uno (three and one)
33"x53" acrylic on canvas $6,500
ilusion 3 (illusion 3)
39"x39" acrylic on canvas $5,000
44"x58" oil on canvas $10,000
34"x53" acrylic on canvas $6,500
50"x64" oil on canvas $$13,000
Emerging Uruguayan artist Alejandro Turell works in a figurative style that reflects his study of science and fine arts. In his own words “the nature of my work is introspective, I try to subjectively unite art with science.” Turell worked for the National Fishery Institute and later became a student and professor at the National School of Fine Arts in Montevideo.
His exhibitions include: 2006 - PicassoMio.com, 2005 - Three Artists From the South, Kerckhoff Art Gallery, U.S.A. - Paul Cezanne Prize, Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales, Montevideo, Uruguay and numerous other shows in Uruguay. - Trofos Individual exhibition. Centro Cultural, Dodeca, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Among prizes recognizing his art are third prize,Paul Cezanne, Embajada de Francia, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2004; first prize, Union Latina Contest for Young Talents, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2003; first prize, 50th National Salon of Visual Arts, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2002 .
Born 1975, Montedvideo, Uruguay
Chris Shands is a contemporary artist living in Richmond, Virginia. Chris' work is influenced by her travels in the Far East as a child. Her use of bold but feminine colors coupled with a touch of gold leaf bring a delicate nature to her abstracts and figurative paintings.
Trujillo is a refined painter of urban spaces and landscapes, a painter of the human figure. His works are known for their color and sensuality
… He allows us to share with him this space for poetry, for passion, for the
contemplation of the other and of ourselves.
Trujillo studied drawing and painting with Manolo Lima.and with Carlos Tonelli.Vive in Punta del Este, Uruguay. He has exhibited in numerous galleries and museums in Uruguay and abroad individually since 1986 and collectively since 1983. He received the fol awards 1983 First Prize for Drawing, 47th National Exhibition, Montevideo, 1984, Grand Prix IDB, Maldonado, 1990 Great Pan Am, MAAM, Maldonado, 1996, 100 Years of BROU Prize Award Montevideo, His works are part of collections of Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Spain, France, Holland, Hong Kong, England, Israel, Lebanon, Monaco, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela.
Born in Montevideo in 1960.
Andres Carranza was born in 1975 in San Jose, Costa Rica and currently lives and works between Costa Rica and New York. Trained as an architect, his work can be positioned at the junction of art and architecture, as his artistic practice embraces material and space as primordial elements within specific environments. Carranza studied Architecture at the U.D.I Universidad del Diseño, Costa Rica and Film at Universidad Veritas, Costa Rica. Since 1999, his work has appeared in solo and group exhibitions internationally. He represented Costa Rica in the 25th Sao Paulo Biennale, and received the second Grand Prize in the 2nd edition of the Central American Biennale. In 2003, he gained recognition for his video works in Central America’s first video art exhibition Inquienta Imagen. His work, which has grown to encompass video, installation, sculpture and recently painting, has been exhibited in Spain, Dominican Republic, China, Panama, Brazil, London, the United States and Costa Rica. In 2014, Carranza was awarded residencies at Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation and Residency Unlimited in Brooklyn, New York. This is Carranza’s first solo gallery exhibition in New York City.
Frank P. Phillips was born in 1974. He received his BA with High Honors from Hobart College in 1997 and received his MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2005. He teaches Introduction to the Arts, Painting, Drawing, Photography, AP Studio Art, and Art History at Episcopal High School.
Phillips has had numerous solo exhibitions at Blenheim Vineyards, Charlottesville, VA; Honfleur Gallery, Washington, DC; Davis Gallery, Geneva, NY; and ANJ Gallery, Alexandria, VA. Recent group exhibitions include those at the Boston International Fine Arts Show, Boston, MA; Pride Fine Art, Alexandria, VA; Paperwork Gallery, Baltimore, MD; Angie Newman Johnson Gallery, Alexandria, VA; McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA; G-Spot Gallery, Baltimore, MD; the Brown Center, Baltimore, MD; the Fox Building, Baltimore, MD; Rice Gallery, Westminster, MD; the Bank Building, Baltimore, MD; among others.
Phillips lives and works in Alexandria, Virginia.
Penny Ashford finds inspiration in nature and travel. Water is a favorite subject, particularly the movement, light and color of the sea. Literally, immersed in her subject, Ashford's specialized underwater camera transforms the traditional horizontal horizon line into a fluid moving plane that upends expectations. Extreme close-ups of bubbles and swirling currents become abstract form with biomorphic structure and composition. Ashford's abiding interest in classic photojournalism leads the composition of her travel photos to move beyond the purely visual and into the realm of storytelling.
Ashford graduated from Mount Holyoke College and studied at the International Center for Photography in New York. She has been exhibited at the Newport Art Museum, Coleman Center of Education in Newport, RI, Cade Tompkins Gallery, Providence, RI, The Antique and Artisan Gallery, Stamford, CT, as well as galleries throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic.
Her work can be seen on Tory Burch's Daily Blog, Tory Daily and The Stylistic blog.
Sunny Goode holds a BA in Art History from Hollins College, where she graduated in 1990. She also studied the physiological and psychological effects of color through the IACC-NA in California. Her interest in color led her to pursue representing elements of nature from her personal perspective. Her work has been featured in publications such as Southern Living, Traditional Home, Coastal Living and The Washington Post. Sunny lives in Richmond, Virginia and is currently represented in galleries in Virginia and North Carolina, as well as corporate collections