Time: March 25, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Chelsea Studios (studio#502, 5th floor)
Street: 151 W. 26th St (betw 6th &7th Ave)
City/Town: New York
Website or Map: http://florianlebris.com/
Event Type: group, show
Organized By: Florian Le Bris
Latest Activity: Jan 7, 2012
The exhibit will feature works of Candice Arellano, graduate of BFA major in painting at University of the Philippines and an active member of the U.P. Artist’s Circle. Her works are series of spontaneous drawings depicting woman’s body as a symbol of purity and strength; May Coscolluela, whose painting started as a hobby and further pursue her passion by taking up classes at the Arts Students League and New School here in New York. She will be exhibiting abstract paintings in Oil and Acrylic and photography as well; Luchelle Del Rosario or as friends call her “Luchie “ started her interest in photography in college. Always been fascinated with the beauty of nature, she started taking random pictures on her travels for work and leisure. She wants to capture the magnificence of the places she visited and the memories they evoke; Florian LeBris, a full time artist, studied art in Lycée Technique Auguste Renoir in Paris, France. After earning his degree, he evolved progressively into abstraction, focusing on the exploration of color and texture. He experimented with different materials and pigments and chosen Walnut stain as his primary medium in his works.; Gretchen Pangilinan, interest involves sketching and Digital Art and took up an associate degree in Advertising Design at Fashion Institute of Technology. She will be presenting a series of photos on New York City scene and winter season entitled “Somber”. ; Job Sy will be exhibiting his art also thru photography. He started photography as a hobby as well to pass time while pursuing a career in Finance. He did not take a formal training in Photography but learned the techniques through books and articles. Three years have passed since picking up his first DSLR he still enjoys every minute behind the viewfinder.
We are hoping people will be move and be inspired by the exhibit to always include Art as part of their life and follow their passion.