Four artists with unique styles and subject matter will be featured in “Eccentric Visions,” the new exhibition at ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries in downtown Coral Gables. The show goes around the variety we find at interpretation of reality through the arts. Artists featured are Arless Day, whose collages of architecture, landscapes and interiors look almost familiar and oddly mysterious, transcends their subject matter into what the critic proclaimed “a classical universality.” Renato Meziat, a Brazilian autodidact, who paints still lifes and figurative canvases so realistic one can almost reach out and touch their flowers, glassware and models.
Anders Moseholm, a Danish artist, who creates a mood–a sense of motion, an authentic emotional scene according to the artist. Paintings by Moseholm look and seem familiar, as if we have been there. Mario Segundo Pérez of Argentina is characteristic of a chiefly Latin-American concept in painting, literature and film. Many of his paintings are based on the games, parties and bonfires of his childhood in the arid, desert-like area of western Argentina. Recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, among other awards and honors, the 58-year-old artist has had solo exhibitions in South America, the United States and Spain along with Berlin and New York.
ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries
169 Madeira Avenue
Coral Gables FL 33134