Ivonne Gomez

Ivonne speaks about her work:
"I would tend to say that my first love affair was with a crayon and a white piece of paper.  Ever since I can remember, picking up a pen, crayon or colored pencil and letting my brain waver with thoughts superf

Yogi Box

 Wood box, carved and painted. Yogi boxes came after a weekly yoga class that I started taking about six months ago.  I was so inspired by the way the instructor closes the class, and a big part of it is the tonal quality of her voice, she always states “there is nothing to add, nothing to substract, you are perfect”.  What a mantra for a pseudo perturbed Cuban.  I came home and created the little yogi. Soon I was giving him/her/it away to friends and placing it on top of small boxes with inspirational quotes. So, in honor of my yoga instructor, the illustrious Rhonda, I bring you, the Yogi Box.  Each box is hand carved, you will notice that all lines are composed of dots, I am still currently teaching myself how to use the tool.  It has a nasty habit of getting a tad bit hot and my small digits take quick offense. The figures are created in clay, baked, glossed and placed on the box after the box has been stained.  Depending on the size of the piece this can take anywhere from 5 hours to a day or two.

Price: $65.00 USD

Théo Tobiasse

Théo Tobiasse, a world-renowned artist, was born in Israel (then Palestine) in 1927 and died in 2012.  Brought to Paris as a child, he created his earliest drawings before World War II and spent the crucial years of his youth hiding from th

AMERICA, a limited edition lithography by artist Theo Tobiasse

Aida Levitan, Ph.D. President of ArtesMiami, Inc., will donate to ArtesMiami the proceeds of the sale of AMERICA, a limited edition lithography by the world-renowned Israeli-French artist Theo Tobiasse. The work is beautifully framed in gold; it is 50x40 inches (127x102 cm) and it is numbered 18/175. Tobiasse signed the lithography on the lower right. For information, please contact Miguel Angel Guerrero, Guerrero Galeríain Coral Gables, at +1.786.773.3282 or miguelangel@guerrerogaleria.es.

Price: $9000.00 USD


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Yogi Box
AMERICA, a limited edition lithography by artist Theo Tobiasse
Rodrigo de La Luz

Author: Rodrigo de La Luz

Price: $ 20.00 usd

Mio Mundo

"Mio Mundo," as poet-artist Rodrigo de la Luz might say, attempts to bring us closer to his surrealistic world, at once tragic and humourous.  Critic Luis de la Paz points out that it is about a place that has invented itself and reinvents itself--not at all elegiacal or rhetorical.

In de la Paz's opinion, this third book consolidates the voice of a poet who has laughed at everyone, including himself, who has rescued all that has been buried behind him, and has included this reality in his poetry.  De la Luz has managed to bring dignity to the simplest objects and the most common words.  Better than any chronicler of his day, with this book, he leaves us with an eye-witness account of the epoch in which he has been chosen to live.

"Mio Mundo" is the third collection of poems from Rodrigo de la Luz, recognized as one of most distinguished poets and artists of the Cuban Exile.  A resident of Miami, and born in Las Villas, Cuba in 1969, he has previously published two books of poetry: "Poesia Viva" (Editorial Ultramar, 2008), and Mujer de Invierno in 2003.  "Poesia Viva" has received critical acclaim and Rodrigo has been invited to read his poetry at the Miami Book Fair International, the Hispano-Cubana Foundation of Madrid, the Key Biscayne Community Center, the Foundation for Public Libraries in Miami-Dade,  Miami Sunset Senior High School, and Books & Books in Coral Gables and Miami Beach.

Various exhibitions of his work as a visual artist have taken place at the Spanish Cultural Center, Galeria Cremata, Galería del Medio, Save the Children Gala and at the Key Biscayne Community Center.

In 2007, he presented his short stories in the Storytellers' Festival in Miami.  He has collaborated on various travel articles for El Nuevo Herald as a photographer.

Rodrigo de la Luz was raised in Havana, Cuba.  He trained at the National Theatre of Cuba under the tutelage of the dramatist and professor Ignacio Gutierrez.  He arrived in Miami in 1998 after 13 different attempts to leave Cuba.