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Renowned South Florida artist Skip Hartzell creates unique art inspired by man’s best friend. His inspiration comes in the form of a morning walk, accompanied by a furry friend. The canine-inspired artworks that he creates are figments of his artistic imagination and creative vision. Hartzell creates directly from his emotions and instincts, his work is inspired by dogs of all shapes, sizes and varieties.


The artist creates large paintings and works on paper that capture the essence of “dog”. He is best known for his unique sculptures recognized immediately by their distinct form and style that only Hartzell can produce. His painterly expression captures each dog’s own personality with beautiful textures, line and brush strokes using mixed media to bring each dog to life.


Art Collectors, art aficionados and dog lovers alike are experiencing Skip Hartzell’s Dogs at CityPlace in West Palm Beach. The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County debuted “The Satellite,” pop-up exhibition and event space at CityPlace, on view through the Spring of 2019.


The space includes a visitor information center, an art and design lecture series and special events and programming from local cultural organizations. Located at 701 S. Rosemary Avenue, Suite 116, West Palm Beach, Florida (just off the main plaza).

Sculpture 16″ x 16″ x 12″, and ‘The Muse Returns’ (2018) Mixed Media on Paper, 53″ x 48″.
The artist has held numerous solo exhibitions at notable art galleries and prestigious art fairs such as Art Palm Beach, A.E. Backus Museum, ArtHouse 429, Paul Fisher Gallery, Aqua Art Fair during Art Basel Miami Beach and many more.


“Dogs are always in the moment. Although nothing in life has held my attention longer or has been more fascinating to me than dogs, my work is about much more than that. It is about form, movement, color and texture. The dogs are a recognizable common denominator that allows me to communicate my joy of living, passions and sentiments,” explained Skip Hartzell.

‘Swimmer #2’, Flashe on Canvas, 72″ x 72″.
Skip Hartzell is a longtime supporter of no-kill animal rescues and donates proceeds from the sale of his artworks to animal-rescue, no kill shelters. For sales, commissions, general inquiries or future show information, email: skipperhartzell@yahoo.com / visitwww.skiphartzell.com
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Pigalle Gallery is pleased to announce the inaugural exhibition of visionary New York artist entrepreneur Gus Fink and award- wining Argentinian artist Humberto Poidomani in a one-of-a-kind art exhibition that will blow your mind. The exhibit is curated by DAM, The Directed Art Modern, and runs from May 16 through June 30, 2019 featuring the latest small and large-scale paintings by Gus Fink and Humberto Poidomani.

Poidomani’s work explores the journey of Dante through inferno followed by Purgatorio guided by the ancient Roman poet Virgil and Paradiso guided by Beatriz whom the artist in this case symbolizes as the Virtue itself. The rendition of this journey is displayed over the city of Florence. “Sometimes when I open my eyes, I see Hell, I quickly take my brushes and paints and I start painting… slowly I start to calm down. At times I see people walking, but they are just bodies floating. We live in a world of transparent lies and if we have lost the paradise, why should we pay the debt for having lost it if perhaps never existed?”, explained artist Humberto Poidomani.


Gus Fink, ‘Mickey Consume’
Poidomani has presented his works in numerous museums, galleries and art fairs. His solo shows include a retrospective in the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo of Salta Province, Argentina; E.C.A. Contemporary Spaces of Art in Mendoza, Argentina, and Scope New York.

Humberto Poidomani, ‘The Indiscreet Window’
Mixed media, oil, acrylic, resin, objects on wood and acrylic window

Artist Gus Fink is recognized from his Art Loop exhibitions, The Oddball Art Hall at Oddity Bar, his collaboration with Spaceboy Clothing GUS FINK: Don’t Let Go. Mickey in Chaos land, Mr. Cuddless or his creepy toy brand Dr. Krinkles. His style is bizarre and unsettling, yet magnetically appealing, sometimes even cute.


“What gives us joy and inspiration can be more than words or money can ever buy. I find joy on taking what is and isn’t important and turning it into something fresh. Something new and inspiring for people to wonder on about and bring new purpose. To me good art is a good idea. It’s bringing out something that didn’t exist before into our reality. This is why I’ll rip pages from an old dictionary or comic book. Or paint on currency. From pictures that were once the most valuable thing of old families to chunks of cardboard from an Amazon box. I let the paint pour out from my soul and onto any canvas that gets tossed in my line of vision,” explained artist Gus Fink.

Gus Fink ‘Adventure Time’

Pigalle Gallery is a unique space dedicated to Contemporary Art and Design in Miami’s Little River Art District. The gallery is an innovative platform nestled in a new art building and is part of the group “Little River on 75th Art Collective”, presenting solo and group exhibitions, installations, public art projects, conferences, and art publications. Pigalle Gallery is located at 360 Northeast 75th Street – Suite 122, in Miami, Florida 33138.

Humberto Poidomani, ‘Gato Encerrado’
Mixed media and acrylic on vintage window with led lights
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Jamie Jones was born in Hong Kong and raised in South Florida, much of her art is inspired by the natural surroundings. She has been painting over the last 14 years, her sensibility of expression is focused on acrylic paintings, including enamel, and collage, evolving with her unique variety of mixed media on stainless, plexiglass and canvas.


Jamie has had numerous exhibitions throughout South Florida, some of which include a showcase at Wynwood Blank Canvas Gallery, a solo exhibition at the Hublot Galerie in the Miami Design District, and The Palace, presented by Luxury Living where Jamie’s work was installed on two of the floors of the magnificent 25,000 sq ft building in the design district.

Luxury Living presented Jamie Jones at The Palace in the Miami Design District, April 2018
Her upcoming showcase will be a spectacular private event taking place on Saturday, May 11th at 4pm where guests can view her Art in the Garden, hosted in the lush, tropical gardens of Crawford Lodge in Coconut Grove.


Guests will enjoy a stunning exhibition featuring over 30 works of art by Miami-based artist Jamie Jones, with small bites & cocktails, and a chance to win ‘A Lady of the Garden’ painting. Invite only, RSVP to 305-794-2281 or DM @piecesofjamie / Art in the Garden

Grace pt. 2
24 x 48 inches
Enamel, acrylic, vintage LIFE collage, and dried flowers on plexiglass
2018

For more information about this fascinating artist please visit www.piecesofjamie.com / For sales inquiries, commissions or upcoming event info, email artistjamiejones@gmail.com

Grace pt. 1
24 x 24 inches
Enamel, acrylic, vintage LIFE collage, and dried flowers on plexiglass
2018
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Miami’s newest and most unique gallery Artem + Scientia opened with an inaugural exhibition showcasing Dr. Obdulio Piloto’s journey expanding eight years developing groundbreaking technology. The gallery is a one-of-a-kind experience for art collectors seeking to have an impact on humanity beyond the arts. Bringing together the increasingly dissociated and over-specialized disciplines of science, applied technology, and fine art. Proceeds from the sale of artworks directly fund exploratory scientific research.

Scientist and Artist, Dr. Piloto
The gallery presents the inaugural exhibition ‘A Transcendental Pursuit’, on view from April 11 through May 11, 2019 featuring the work of Dr. Obdulio Piloto’s Euphoria and Adversity series. Piloto was born and raised in a traditional Cuban family in Miami’s Hialeah, whose humble beginnings exposed him to the realities of human challenges. At the age of 8, Piloto lost his great-grandmother to cancer, an experience that initiated his interest in the sciences and urged his lifelong mission to find solutions for one of the world’s most devastating diseases.

‘Hope: Breast Cancer’, from Piloto’s Adversity series.
A NuTec Molecular Portrait of a breast cancer survivor.
40″ x 40″ x .2″
Dr. Piloto’s artworks are made with the molecular signatures generated by NuTec, a radical technology made possible by advances in nanotechnology, organic chemistry, materials science, molecular medicine, and artificial intelligence expanding eight years in development. His representation of people as NUTEC Molecular Portraits remove the cultural, socio-economic, racial, sexual and religious baggage we automatically associate with images of people and invite viewers to witness the power of the human mind to create wonders that have the potential to alter the course of history.

‘Dichotomy’, from Piloto’s Adversity series.
This work reminds us of our ability to view a given situation differently; neither is right or wrong.
41″ x 41″

His natural brilliance and determination earned Piloto a place at Cornell University, he went on to obtain a Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University Medical School and pursue post-graduate research at Stanford University. In 2011, Piloto co-founded Entopsis, a startup backed by visionary Peter Thiel’s Breakout Labs that developed the groundbreaking diagnostic technology of NuTec. Applying methods of molecular portraiture to create personalized, cutting-edge works of art, the noble aim of Piloto’s art is to raise awareness and funds to benefit scientific research.

‘Euphoria Five’, 2017
Painting, Acrylic on Metal Print
40″ x 60″
In Dr. Piloto’s Euphoria series, the artist manifests the exultation of creative epiphany and scientific discovery. Explosions of color and expressionistic strokes represent the exhilaration that a scientist feels when he or she discovers a hidden truth about our universe. This euphoric high, more potent and long lasting than any drug known to man, helps the scientist endure life’s hardships and challenges as he or she is inspired to continue transcending human limitations and shape endless possibilities for the future. ‘Despair’, from Piloto’s Adversity series.
Despair depicts the downward spiral of losing parts of oneself, where the self disintegrates in the chaos of reality.
40″ x 60″ x .2″
The artist says of his Adversity series, “Adversity is a struggle within the individual, as such it only exist in one’s mind. These struggles and fears shape me and are a fertile ground for growth.”

‘Euphoria One’, 2017
Painting, Acrylic on Metal Print
40″ x 60″
Dr. Piloto signs each piece with paint embedded with encrypted DNA from his genome & provenance is tracked with Blockchain technology.

Dr. Piloto’s Laboratory


Art lovers and collectors are invited to visit the Art Gallery inside Piloto’s Laboratory (by appointment only) Artem + Scientia is located at 7600 NW 69th Avenue in Miami, Florida 33166. For more information visit www.artemscientia.com
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Miami’s newest and most unique gallery Artem + Science opened with an inaugural exhibition showcasing Dr. Obdulio Piloto’s journey expanding eight years developing groundbreaking technology. The gallery is a one-of-a-kind experience for art collectors seeking to have an impact on humanity beyond the arts. Bringing together the increasingly dissociated and over-specialized disciplines of science, applied technology, and fine art. Proceeds from the sale of artworks directly fund exploratory scientific research.

Scientist and Artist, Dr. Piloto
The gallery presents the inaugural exhibition ‘A Transcendental Pursuit’, on view from April 11 through May 11, 2019 featuring the work of Dr. Obdulio Piloto’s Euphoria and Adversity series. Piloto was born and raised in a traditional Cuban family in Miami’s Hialeah, whose humble beginnings exposed him to the realities of human challenges. At the age of 8, Piloto lost his great-grandmother to cancer, an experience that initiated his interest in the sciences and urged his lifelong mission to find solutions for one of the world’s most devastating diseases.

‘Hope: Breast Cancer’, from Piloto’s Adversity series.
A NuTec Molecular Portrait of a breast cancer survivor.
40″ x 40″ x .2″
Dr. Piloto’s artworks are made with the molecular signatures generated by NuTec, a radical technology made possible by advances in nanotechnology, organic chemistry, materials science, molecular medicine, and artificial intelligence expanding eight years in development. His representation of people as NUTEC Molecular Portraits remove the cultural, socio-economic, racial, sexual and religious baggage we automatically associate with images of people and invite viewers to witness the power of the human mind to create wonders that have the potential to alter the course of history.

‘Dichotomy’, from Piloto’s Adversity series.
This work reminds us of our ability to view a given situation differently; neither is right or wrong.
41″ x 41″

His natural brilliance and determination earned Piloto a place at Cornell University, he went on to obtain a Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University Medical School and pursue post-graduate research at Stanford University. In 2011, Piloto co-founded Entopsis, a startup backed by visionary Peter Thiel’s Breakout Labs that developed the groundbreaking diagnostic technology of NuTec. Applying methods of molecular portraiture to create personalized, cutting-edge works of art, the noble aim of Piloto’s art is to raise awareness and funds to benefit scientific research.

‘Euphoria Five’, 2017
Painting, Acrylic on Metal Print
40″ x 60″
In Dr. Piloto’s Euphoria series, the artist manifests the exultation of creative epiphany and scientific discovery. Explosions of color and expressionistic strokes represent the exhilaration that a scientist feels when he or she discovers a hidden truth about our universe. This euphoric high, more potent and long lasting than any drug known to man, helps the scientist endure life’s hardships and challenges as he or she is inspired to continue transcending human limitations and shape endless possibilities for the future. ‘Despair’, from Piloto’s Adversity series.
Despair depicts the downward spiral of losing parts of oneself, where the self disintegrates in the chaos of reality.
40″ x 60″ x .2″
The artist says of his Adversity series, “Adversity is a struggle within the individual, as such it only exist in one’s mind. These struggles and fears shape me and are a fertile ground for growth.”

‘Euphoria One’, 2017
Painting, Acrylic on Metal Print
40″ x 60″
Dr. Piloto signs each piece with paint embedded with encrypted DNA from his genome & provenance is tracked with Blockchain technology.

Dr. Piloto’s Laboratory


Art lovers and collectors are invited to visit the Art Gallery inside Piloto’s Laboratory (by appointment only) Artem + Science is located at 7600 NW 69th Avenue in Miami, Florida 33166. For more information visit www.artemscientia.com
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New River Fine Art presents Merchants of Babylon an exhibition featuring the art of Marcus Jansen on April 25th with the full exhibition running through May 25th, 2019. The opening reception for the artist will take place on April 25th at the gallery from 6 – 9pm. New River Fine Art is located at 822 East Las Olas Blvd in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Marcus Jansen, ‘Red Tape and Chess Games‘, Oil Enamels, Mixed Media on Canvas, 48 x 48 Inches.
Marcus Jansen’s socially critical paintings and installations have been exhibited in museums in Italy, Germany and the United States and now they will be in South Florida during a selling exhibition at New River Fine Art. Jansen’s art is rooted in the New York Graffiti scene, but years spent in Germany garnered influence from the Expressionists to develop a language that speaks of a world in turmoil with isolation, threat, war, surveillance and greed in competition with innocence, hope and humanity.


Marcus Jansen, ‘Faceless Jackass‘, Oil Enamels on Canvas, 74 x 50 Inches.

“Jansen has been called the cartographer of conflict” stated Lisa Burgess, owner of New River Fine Art. “His colors, textures and calligraphic marks imbue an intensity and power to his large-scale paintings that render the human figures seen in many of his works as humbled within the chaos of the surrounding imagery.” Jansen is no stranger to this type of chaos. A veteran of Desert Storm and Desert Shield, he has seen the ravages of war first hand and the experience left an indelible mark on the artist and informs his work.

Marcus Jansen, ‘Mind Play‘, Oil Enamels, Spray Paint, Oil Pastel and Collage on Canvas, 60 x 72 Inches.
Gallery Director Wissam Elghoul says “Jansen uses light and color to convey a sense of hope in his post-apocalyptic style landscapes. Despite the turmoil, there is a sense that humanity may prevail”. When asked about his own work, the artist comments, “A Painter’s conflict first takes place from within. What you see on canvas is the outcome of decisions based on an intellectual and visual combat. I don’t see my work as political paintings, rather as critical social commentary opposed to political rhetoric.” Political or not, critics are hailing Marcus Jansen as one of the most important American painters of our generation.

Marcus Jansen, ‘Recon 1‘, Oil Enamels, Mixed Media on Canvas, 48 x 48 Inches.
The exhibition includes 20 works of art created between 2011 – 2019. A full color exhibition catalog is available. The opening reception for the artist will take place on April 25th at the gallery from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm. New River Fine Art is located at 822 East Las Olas Blvd in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.


Marcus Jansen, ‘On Top Of Mountain‘, Oil Enamels, Mixed Media on Canvas, 48 x 36 Inches.
New River Fine Art is a world class gallery filled with museum quality art. As South Florida’s oldest and most prestigious fine art gallery, New River Fine Art presents original works and fine prints from Impressionist, 20th Century, Post War and Contemporary Masters, Mid Career and Emerging Artists. Located in the heart of historic Las Olas Boulevard, the gallery infuses its impressive selection of Masterworks with fresh offerings from contemporary painters, sculptors and glass artists to create a collection that is both historically important and current with today’s art market. For more information visit www.newriverfineart.com
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South Florida artist Skip Hartzell creates unique art inspired by man’s best friend. His inspiration comes in the form of a morning walk, accompanied by a furry friend. The canine-inspired artworks that he creates are figments of his artistic imagination and creative vision. Hartzell creates directly from his emotions and instincts, his work is inspired by dogs of all shapes, sizes and varieties.


The artist creates large paintings and works on paper that capture the essence of “dog”. He is best known for his unique sculptures recognized immediately by their distinct form and style that only Hartzell can produce.


Art Collectors, art aficionados and dog lovers alike are experiencing Skip Hartzell’s Dogs at CityPlace in West Palm Beach. The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County debuted “The Satellite,” pop-up exhibition and event space at CityPlace, on view through the Spring of 2019.

‘Litter’, Flashe & Graphite on Paper, 42 x 60 Inches.
The space includes a visitor information center, an art and design lecture series and special events and programming from local cultural organizations. Located at 701 S. Rosemary Avenue, Suite 116, West Palm Beach, Florida (just off the main plaza).


“Dogs are always in the moment. Although nothing in life has held my attention longer or has been more fascinating to me than dogs, my work is about much more than that. It is about form, movement, color and texture. The dogs are a recognizable common denominator that allows me to communicate my joy of living, passions and sentiments,” explained Skip Hartzell.


Skip Hartzell is a longtime supporter of no-kill animal rescues and donates proceeds from the sale of his artworks to animal-rescue, no kill shelters. For sales, commissions, general inquiries or future show information, email:skipperhartzell@yahoo.com / visit www.skiphartzell.com
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The highly-anticipated fifth edition of Art New York returns to Pier 94 from May 2-5 during the height of New York’s art and cultural season. The Fair showcases noteworthy works by important artists from the contemporary, modern, post-war and pop eras presented by more than 80 international galleries.


Art New York is presented by Art Miami, the fair provides a fresh alternative for acquiring important, never-before exhibited works from both primary and secondary markets, including CONTEXT, a platform for a selection of new and established contemporary galleries showcasing emerging, mid-career and cutting-edge talent.


The fair will begin with an elegant, invitation-only VIP Preview event on Thursday, May 2nd from 2 to 5pm. The special preview offers collectors, art advisors, curators, and media the opportunity to examine and acquire the finest works available in the market before opening to the public that evening and continuing through Sunday, May 5th. 


The fair welcomes both experienced and new art collectors who are looking to experience a carefully-curated, rich-in-content presentation of the best in the global contemporary art market. Art New York will offer all Frieze and TEFAF NY VIP cardholders complimentary admittance.


  • LOCATION Pier 94
    12th Avenue at 55th Street 
    New York, NY 10019
  • VIP
    VIP PREVIEW 
    (By invitation only)
    Thursday May 2 : 2pm-5pm
  • FAIR HOURS
    • Thursday May 2 : 5pm-8pm
    • Friday May 3 : 12pm-8pm
    • Saturday May 4 : 12pm-8pm
    • Sunday May 5 : 12pm-6pm

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Music is Life is an art exhibition entirely dedicated to music at the Sagamore Hotel Miami Beach. Discover the most amazing artists at the famous “art hotel” in South Beach. The exhibition is on view through June 30, 2019. The entry is free and open to the public.


Visual art and music have long shared a natural connection. Their relationship is explored through the interaction of balance, form, style, design, harmony, and emotion. Just in time for Miami Music Week, Sagamore’s newest exhibition Music is Life looks at the enduring influence music and celebrated musicians has on contemporary art practices.


Sagamore partners with BelAir Fine Art and Markowicz Fine Art galleries to present a groundbreaking exhibition to transcend the boundaries between art and music. Nearly 100 featured works were selected by Sagamore’s resident art advisor Sébastien Laboureau and StarLight Music OS, a new music and art exhibit production company founded by music expert Octavio Montana.

Sagamore Hotel Art Advisor Sebastien Laboureau
Artistic expression through music elevates our souls. Music is Life pays homage to this powerful tool. The innovative art exhibit showcases works of all mediums including sculpture, photography, painting, and mixed media. Portraits of beloved musicians, sculptures of instruments, and a unique collection of artworks reflecting upon the impact music has on our lives are presented by world renowned contemporary artists – including ARMAN, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Ron English, Jonathan Delmas, Markus Klinko, David Kracov, Alexi Torres, Patrick Rubinstein, Nick Veasey, Joy, OLLL, Carlos Boix, Geronimo AKA Jumping Bull, Michelle Loewinger, RISK, C215, Mr Brainwash, Russell Young, Robert Longo, Melanie Weiner, Marcos Marin, and Niloufar Banisadr.


Participating local artists include Monique Lassooij, Teepop, Rei Ramirez, Shyglo, Erick Artik, Carlos Solano, Yhumi Collective, Claudio Picasso (PS1), Aquarela Sabol, Sid Daniels, Fernando Davila, and Alexy P.


All artworks in Music is Life are for sale. For a listing of all available works and more information, please contact Sébastien Laboureau sebastien.laboureau@gmail.com
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South Florida artist Skip Hartzell creates unique art inspired by man’s best friend. His inspiration comes in the form of a morning walk, accompanied by a furry friend. The canine-inspired artworks that he creates are figments of his artistic imagination and creative vision. Hartzell creates directly from his emotions and instincts, his work is inspired by dogs of all shapes, sizes and varieties.

‘Studio Floor’, Charcoal and Flashe on Paper, 60 x 42 Inches
Hartzell creates large paintings and works on paper that capture the essence of “dog”. He is best known for his unique sculptures recognized immediately by their distinct form and style that only Hartzell can produce.

‘Three Waldogs’, Papercrete and Resin, 28 × 20 Inches
Art Collectors, art aficionados and dog lovers alike are experiencing Skip Hartzell’s Dogs at CityPlace in West Palm Beach. The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County debuted “The Satellite,” pop-up exhibition and event space at CityPlace in November 2018 and will be on view through the Spring of 2019.

‘Two Missing’, Oil on Canvas, 36 x 24 Inches
The space includes a visitor information center, an art and design lecture series and special events and programming from local cultural organizations. Located at 701 S. Rosemary Avenue, Suite 116, West Palm Beach, Florida (just off the main plaza).

‘Rain Day’, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 60 Inches
“Dogs are always in the moment. Although nothing in life has held my attention longer or has been more fascinating to me than dogs, my work is about much more than that. It is about form, movement, color and texture. The dogs are a recognizable common denominator that allows me to communicate my joy of living, passions and sentiments,” explained Skip Hartzell.

‘Partners’, Resin and Graphite, 25 x 37 x 21 Inches
Skip Hartzell is a longtime supporter of no-kill animal rescues and donates proceeds from the sale of his artworks to animal-rescue, no kill shelters. For sales, commissions, general inquiries or future show information, email: skipperhartzell@yahoo.com / visit www.skiphartzell.com
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