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Exhibits

Current Exhibit at Arts Park at Young Circle Gallery
One Young Circle, Hollywood

Exhibits open from  Monday - Saturday, 11 am - 6:30 p.m. Current exhibit on display until October 7, 2016. Admission is FREE.

Exhibition 

"The Colors through
 my Eyes"
 
Artist 
 Eladio Ramos
 
The exhibition consists of oil paintings on canvas that capture the beauty of the artist's hometown of Libano located in Colombia, S.A. 
 
  Until October 7, 2016 
 
    
                                 
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About the Exhibition

The public is invited to the extraordinary art exhibit of talented Colombian Artist, Eladio Ramos, from August 31 to October 7, 2016 at ArtsPark at Young Circle Gallery located on One Young Circle, Visual Arts Building, Hollywood, FL 33020. A reception of this exhibition will be held on Saturday, September 17th from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. during the Downtown Hollywood ArtWalk. Admission is free.

Ramos graduated from National Center of Graphic Arts SENA and School of Arts of Bogota pursing his dream of being a professional artist. Since then he has become one of the most prolific and versatile artist of Contemporary Latin American Art. His work are in private art collections in United States and through out South America.

Contact the gallery for more information regarding the artist and his exhibition at (954) 921-3500 or the artist at (305) 632-3445.
 

Current Exhibits at City of Hollywood, City Hall
Experience ongoing exhibitions in the City of Hollywood, City Hall.
Exhibits open from  Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. through September 16, 2016.
Admission is FREE.

Second Floor Exhibition:

Exhibition

Artist
     
 
Emmanuel Gonzalez
           

  The artist mainly works in oil on canvas or board and  also uses acrylic, pastels and pencil to create mixed media work.

             
June 15 to September 16, 2016

           

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About the Artist

Emmanuel explores the past and present through realism and portraiture. His body of work includes a growing retrospect of American icons, where each piece is presented as a fragment in a larger American patchwork. Individually, his subjects attempt to characterize the social climate at a given moment in history. They are influential, recognizable images; relevant within specific ethnic and social groups. Some subjects are foreign to others outside of a particular group or generation. Just as one group identifies emotionally with a particular image through a shared social lens, outsiders will experience these images differently. The “recognition factor” of his subjects reaffirms the identity and unique cultural perspective of a specific group while simultaneously establishing an ”otherness” in viewers outside of a given group. The artist uses pencil, pastels, oil, and watercolor to create movement and energy to bring intimacy to large-scale pieces with an attention to subtleties often refined through detailed work.

Emmanuel Gonzales has had a strong presence in the in the south Florida art scene since his graduation from Palm Beach Atlantic College in 2001. He has a bold and edgy style fusing together collage, pencil, pastel and oils to create strong imagery that consistently makes a statement. His work has been seen in various juried shows and galleries in Palm Beach County and Orlando. Most recently he has displayed at the Voight Gallery on Palm Beach Island, OSGS Gallery in Northwood, and currently has opened his own working studio gallery in West Palm Beach appropriately called “Above Ground.”

The pop-up show “Continuum” in downtown West Palm Beach displayed a variety of his paintings during Art Palm Beach in 2014. Most notably, his “Keyes to the Cities” piano project entitled “Waiting in Vain” graced passersby with impromptu concerts in downtown Lake Worth. Emmanuel Also participated in Orlando’s “Rock the Box” where he was selected to paint a newspaper box for the Orlando weekly. Most recently, Emmanuel was honored by being commissioned to paint Florida State Senator Marco Rubio’s portrait to grace his Washington office.

City Hall is opened to the public Monday - Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Check out his website at www.emmanuelart.com. If you have questions regarding the artist, please contact Emmanuel at 561.386.6375 or by email. 

How to apply for exhibition

The artwork currently on display within the public hallways and lobby of  City Hall has been chosen by members of the Artwork Selection Committee of the City of Hollywood, a volunteer board appointed by the City Commission.

To be considered for exhibition, complete "Calling All Artist Application" and send all requirements to:
ArtsPark at Young Circle
Attn: Maria I. Lazo
One Young Circle
Hollywood, FL  33020

Contact Maria Isabel Lazo, Administrative Assistant for ArtsPark at 954.921.3500 for application to be faxed or emailed.

    
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