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Venezuela represents a door; a door that could open many wonderful things and opportunities, and can also be an exit to escape. Personally, Venez… Read More
Venezuela represents a door; a door that could open many wonderful things and opportunities, and can also be an exit to escape. Personally, Venezuela represents an opportunity, which hopefully will soon open again. Read Less
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Dimensions
80 x 36"
 
Materials
Wood, plaster, soft pastel, charcoal and pigments.
 
Technique
Subtractive process to achieve the trompe l'oleil art technique, which involves realistic imagery in order to create an optical illusion.
 
The Idea
Venezuela represents a door; a door that could open many wonderful things and opportunities, can also be an exit to escape. Personally, Venezuela represents an opportunity, which hopefully one day can be open again.
 
Recognition
Exhibited in MIA 2011. Represented by Galería Estudio Arte 8
Exhibited in the De Soto Row Gallery 2010 (Savannah, GA)
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Exhibition
MIA 2011