Nest Gen –  “PROTECTOR OR PREDATOR?”

Nest Gen – “PROTECTOR OR PREDATOR?”

Mix media  5’ x 6’ x 6’  2014 Our highly and continuous participation in various forms of life cannot be ignored. Consumption patterns established by governments should be induced to more ecological choices towards mitigating the destruction of our planet. We have the opportunity to choose: Are we protectors or are we predators? Spiders, on a Freudian level, embody woman, weaving the designs of life and fate. In this sculpture, a spider appears to be very close to eating its prey, a nest of unborn birds; but also the spider might want to protect the eggs and ensure the future life. The dual representation of this confrontation between hunter and prey is a parallel course of confrontation between human beings and the planet: we are destroying it and it is responding the same way. We cannot forget the generations to come, most are our own families. Ensuring the future life will be our...
“4” at Florida Gulf Coast University (Fort Myers, Fl)

“4” at Florida Gulf Coast University (Fort Myers, Fl)

“4” – Sandra Garcia Pardo • George Goodridge • Jeffrey Scott Lewis • Jessica Tam October 11 – November 15, 2012 Gallery Talk: October 11 • 4pm Reception: October 11 • 5pm to 7pm during our Welcome Celebration The exhibiting artists of “4” represent diverse answer to an artists’ instinct to create. This exhibition is a reminder of the importance of individual vision in...
Latinamente | Group Art Show

Latinamente | Group Art Show

LATINAMENTE – ROMA from 5/10/2012 to 20/11/2012 Contemporary art in South America has had in recent years a great development. In addition to the macro-Brazilian continent, many of the other Latin countries saw the flourishing academies, museums and research environments at the level of the leading countries of the art market. This exhibition, organized by the gallery Primo Piano LivinGallery of Lecce, Italy (www.primopianogallery.com ) and curated by Dores Sacquegna, is a magnifying glass on the art scene of today’s Venezuela and is part of a touring exhibition that took other steps to Lecce, Bari and Naples and which aims to acquaint the Italian audience this fascinating world poised between the language of modernity and the links with tradition. A few times the Italian art sites have dealt with Venezuela. Yet the link between Italy and the country has always been very close, thanks to the massive immigration that on several occasions there was to those lands. The unstable political situation has certainly made it more difficult to obtain artistic schools able to assert itself on the international scene, but among them we remember the founding of the Circulo de Bellas Artes, where they operated writers, poets and artists of avant-garde, which marks the break with academicism; inspired by the Bauhaus school of E. Monsanto, with a search that led to the most advanced artistic movements in Venezuela, close to abstraction, the group of “dissidents” that were part of, among others, Alejandro Otero, Pascual Navarro, Luis Guevara Moreno. In the second half of the twentieth century, the Foundation of the Taller Libre de Arte, which joined among others Oswaldo...
MADE IN U.S.A | August 2012 Art Exhibition

MADE IN U.S.A | August 2012 Art Exhibition

The exhibition examines shifting boundaries between the origins of creativity and American ingenuity. Fifteen artists with ties to South Florida; collectively create an interpretive, visual perspective. Opening Saturday,Join us for the Opening Reception, Saturday, August 18th 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm....
TRAVEL FROM DOWNTOWN | August 2012 Art Exhibition

TRAVEL FROM DOWNTOWN | August 2012 Art Exhibition

Downtown, as the nucleus of every city, represents in this exhibition, the creative process that is born right in the heart, to become an artist’s biography. Cuban painter and sculptor from Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA)- Havana, Rigoberto Rosales Jalil and Colombian Miami-resident metal sculptor Sandra Garcia-Pardo, narrate the constant activity of their heart beats portraying a series of reflections involving their own lives. Rosales Jalil brings a series of inks with ironic characters and funny situati ons with different degrees of seriousness, and also mythic planes that land on an aircraft carrier, while he says “I came from Cuba on one of those”. Garcia-Pardo shows, for first time, the phase I of “Little Secrets-My Darkest Side”, a new series of small sculptures with unmentionable names that are, definitely, part of her latest confession.August 11- 24, 2012 Opening reception August 11 from 6- 9 PM Wynwood Gallery Walk Live performance by singer/ composer Midiala Rosales http://www.midiala.com/The ArtLink Gallery 130 NW 36 Street Miami, FL 33127 Wynwood Arts...
CONSTANT CONTRAST | April 2012 Art Exhibition

CONSTANT CONTRAST | April 2012 Art Exhibition

Diverging styles meet in a challenging exhibition that shows the complex and the simple passing through the balance in a constant contrast of colors, texture, plasticity and expressions of three Floridian outstanding artists. Tom O’hara, Teri Brozak and Sandra Garcia-Pardo are united this time for the contrasting dimensions of their thinking and the ways they explore and experience human conditions, which are finally developed in the creations of their amazing artworks. Open Reception: April 14 6 – 10 pm April 16 – 21 from 10 – 6 pm 130 NW 36TH STREET MIAMI, FL...