On February 8 & 9, 2013, Breckenridge Fine Art Gallery hosted a reception at the gallery to introduce the public to Sculptor, Angela Mia De La Vega.
Exalting the human spirit through expressive faces and natural body movement has become the recognized trademark of Angela Mia De la Vega's figurative bronze sculpture. Her work's greatest inspiration is the ever-changing individuality of her children.
Angela Mia De La Vega’s show at Breckenridge Fine Art with Art Lovers & Collectors!
Robert & Kim Davies & their artistic children Emily & Oliver enjoyed some one-on-one time with Angela.
Vail Fine Art Gallery had the priviledge to host Voytek, and what a spectacular collection was displayed! Everyone enjoyed viewing his new artworks and listening to the artist speak about his inspirations.
To view his entire collection, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to forward you any images.
Voytek’s conviction is that “In each of the studied regions of the world the canon of beauty has been the same and is contained within one thing – symmetry. In art, it means balance, equipoise. In painting– to make it more concrete – it means for example the search for quantity and quality of color red in the right corner which should counterbalance the patch of purple which exists in the left corner. And all this must be included in the four corners of canvass, meaning in a new universe created by an artist. There is nothing beyond the four corners of canvass.”
The above information is composed of excerpts from Voytek’s book being published by the Roman Kowalski Print Shop.
Thank you, to Mr. Voytek and all our wonderful patrons for making the evening enjoyable!
Two of the finest Romantic Impressionists of our day The Garmash's impressionistic works show their mastery of the figure.
The Garmashes’ incredible talent is only matched by their love and career stories. Both Michael and Inessa Garmash were born in Russia where they were schooled and studied art.