I am fortunate to share that I will have my paintings and illustrations on view in the group exhibition "Would do Again" at Fondation des États-Unis in Paris from November 3rd - 28th.
Opening November 3rd , 8:30 pm.
Viewings November 14th, 28th and a few more dates to be announced.
Register for free at fondationdesetatsunis.org/
15 Boulevard Jourdan, 75014, Paris, France
Works are for sale.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
In this exhibition “Would do Again”, six artists in residence will show artworks they have been working on this year. With varied perspectives and diversity of techniques and media, this contemporary exposition mixes multidisciplinary techniques, such as film, animation, photography, illustration, painting and writing. The theme that ties all the work together is the idea that the phrase “Would do Again” is related to each artist continuing on an artistic path. Each of the six artists has their own vision of developing a body of work. A panel of both international and French young artists, all of which try to embody the experience of reality and fantasy, and the duality of life abroad, despite each of them belonging to a different fields of art and have their own style reflected into their pieces. Annette G. Parra, Arthur Haywood, Timothée Lambert, Libéral Martin, Mallory Mayhew, Anahita Navaei invite you to discover the world as they see it.
"Dragon in the Sky" , Oil , 11 x 17 inches
This piece will be a part of the permanent collection of Harriet Hale Woolley at Fondation des États-Unis
This painting shows readers watching a fantasy story coming to life. A dragon appears in the sky surrounding the Château of Fontainebleau. This piece was created as part of the 2021 centennial celebration of The Fontainebleau Schools of Music and Fine Arts.
"A New Narnia" Oil and Acrylic, 5 x 5 feet
This painting was created as a project with students at Lycée Paul Lapie, in Courbevoie, to encourage them to continue reading. This piece shows students looking into a scene inspired by “The Chronicles of Narnia”.
“Enchanted”, Oil , 8 x 10 in
This painting is inspired by Tolkien’s tale “Of Beren and Luthien”. The story of a mortal man who found eternal love in the most talented and beautiful of elves.
"Starlight", 8 x 10 inches. Inspired by Tolkien's "The Silmarillion".
“Spotlight”, Graphite and White Charcoal , 8 x 10 in
This illustration was created for Nick Maron’s short story “Director’s Cut” in Space and Time Magazine issue #140. An alien actor with the ambition of success looks to the sky in hope.
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