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29.9.11

The Affordable Art Fair-Fall Edition 2011

Despite the long days, the traffic to get there (police had many streets closed due to the United Nations meeting), and the never ending pouring rain on Friday that left our hallways pretty empty (only the more adventurous dare to come, thank you!!!)... my first participation in the Affordable Art Fair was a success. I really enjoyed meeting new people, made interesting connections and to top it off, 6 of my artworks were sold!!!

 Here are pictures from the artworks sold at the fair:
 The Seasons Series: SPRING (top left), SUMMER (top right), AUTUMN (bottom left), and WINTER (bottom right)
Mixed media with Encautic on panel and each measures 12" x 12"

These were my latest artworks finished right before the Art Fair. They reflect my new direction, so I'm very pleased they were the first to get sold. I also sold...

GREEN TEA & SAKE
mixed media
12" x 12"
ABANICO
mixed media
12" x 12"
I guess people were looking for 12" x 12" format paintings!!!! LOL!

It was a wonderful experience overall, and loved working with
Julio Valdez, Marta Gutierrez and Constance Old
and sharing with them this new experience. Thank you all!

(This photograph by taken by Roberto Calasanz)


You can view more pictures and a review from The Affordable Art Fair-Fall Edition 2011 by clicking on the live link. It will take you to my Facebook page, while there, please give it a LIKE so you can stay informed. Enjoy!

19.9.11

2 days to the Affordable Art Fair, Fall Edition 2011 in NYC

I have been invited to show my works at Julio Valdez Studio's booth at the Affordable Art Fair, Fall Edition 2011, and I would like to invite you to come and visit our booth F-4. There, you'll find some of my recent works, along with the works of: Constance Old, Marta Gutierrez, Ezequiel Taveras, Juan Sanchez, Leslie Jimenez, and Ron Pokrasso.

To access the invitation please click HERE

Here's the Fair Guide for you to browse:


See you there!

15.9.11

Open Doors of Milford, 2011 - Charity Auction

I'm currently participating in the Downtown Milford 4th Annual Open Doors and Windows Art Exhibit and charity auction. This exhibition is presented by the Downtown Milford Business Association, and this is their biggest year yet with 37 Artists represented, using recycled doors and windows.

The opening happened last month during Oyster Eve, a traditional summer festival in the town of Milford, CT. During all this time, the doors/windows have been showcased across downtown Milford, thanks to the sponsorship of the local stores, restaurants and businesses, that hosted the artists' creations.

With my creation, "Deconstruction," at the front of my door's sponsor,
the unique store, ARTIFAX

Picture taken by artist, Rosalva Saenz, who also painted doors for the event.

With artist Rosalva Saenz during the oepning.
Her doors on the right, also sponsored by ARTIFAX

I was thrilled to create a door for this especial exhibition because it will be auctioned off, and proceeds will go to the Domestic Violence Services of Greater New Haven. The mission of Domestic Violence Services is to create an environment that supports individual safety and breaks the cycle of domestic violence.

Here's a close-up of the door I created using materials found during the deconstruction of my home and recycled into a new life, enjoy it!

DECONSTRUCTION
mixed media on a cabinet door
(c) Corina S. Alvarezdelugo
ABOUT MY DOOR: Living in a construction site for over 20 months already, while remodeling our home, taught me how many times we ought to struggle through the discomforts of a “deconstruction” in order to “reconstruct”. This can be applied to a broader spectrum. Not only to the physical state of remodeling a building to make it better and fulfill our needs, but also to a more personal level, as a mean to better our lives. When we find ourselves in struggling situations that are hard to break from it’s always better to take the chance and “deconstruct” what we are familiar with to “reconstruct” a better life for us and for our love ones… regardless of the uncertainties ahead.

The doors and windows creations are gorgeous this year, so don't miss your chance to come back home with an unique piece of artwork, with the added bonus of having helped a great cause!

Want to preview the doors/windows before the auction? Just click
HERE!

...and don't miss the ART AUCTION if you're close by,

WHEN: this coming Sunday,  September 18th

WHERE: at the Milford Fine Arts Center, 40 Railroad Avenue, Milford, CT 06460-3332

TIME: Doors open at 4:00 pm and the auction starts promptly at 5:00 pm.
Refreshments and wine will be served throughout the evening for registered bidders.


For more information, please contact Louise Hebert, Hebert Jewelers at louise@hebertjewelers.com or 203-874-3164.

13.9.11

My Monthly e-Newsletter for September 2011

My September Art Newsletter is out...you can read it following the link:


September Art News from Corina S. Alvarezdelugo


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