FrameWorks featuring "November Hues"
|A piece by R. Fernandezvega|
R. Fernandezvega and Susan K. Feldman are featured this month, the show runs through December 4, 2013, but come out for the opening and enjoy refreshments and meet the artists.
R. FernandezVega traces his artistic talent to his maternal grandfather, Bernardo Vega, a background scenery artist for live theater in Havana during the 1920s and 1930s. Born in Havana, FernandezVega moved with his family to the U.S. and ultimately to Puerto Rico where he grew up and attended high school. He studied art at the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, and after graduation returned to Puerto Rico where he freelanced for several advertising agencies and worked as an artist; his first solo show was at the Mayor's office in Old San Juan. In 1980, he relocated to Miami where he continues to live and work as a professional artist.
FernandezVega is a former Miami Heraldl/El Nuevo Herald Pulitzer Prize award-winning artist and editorial illustrator. He has received over 23 awards from several national publications, and also received design and illustration awards as a freelancer for The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times.
A native of Ohio, Susan K. Feldman studied at Ohio State University, the Columbus College of Arts and Design, and the University of Cincinnati, where she initially cultivated her love for pen & ink and watercolor. Over the past 35 years, she has studied with various South Florida artists who specialize in oils and watercolor. The palette knife has been an important tool in her execution of oil on canvas. Her paintings appear in private collections in homes and businesses. Feldman has also painted murals in private homes and at Jackson South Community Hospital. She is a member of the Miami Watercolor Society and was featured as a visiting artist in the East of Asheville Studio Tour in Asheville, N.C.
FrameWorks is at 3196 Commodore Plaza.
|A piece by Susan K. Feldman|
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