Better Place (Series), 2005
6â€ x 9â€
Ink, Acrylic, Collage on Paper
Miami Dade College is proud to announce the inaugural fundraiser, Paper Hearts, for its new Museum of Art + Design. Paper Hearts is a true Miami party that showcases the best of what our arts community has to offer. DJ Hottpants will play hits and indie classics thatâ€™ll move your feet and the popular dance duo Afrobeta will perform a live Valentineâ€™s inspired set. Hors dâ€™oeuvres and Open Bars will be provided by a wide variety of local restaurants including DRB, Titoâ€™s Vodka, Biscayne Tavern, Moonchine, and Toscana Davino.
Silent auction featuring over 50 works, curated by gallerist and local personality, Bernice Steinbaum.
11â€ x 15â€
Graphite, color pencil, acrylic and solvent transfer on paper
Troy Abbot John Adkins Anne Austin Pearce Jennifer Basile Bhakti Baxter Jonathan Beer Lucas Blanco Carola Bravo Carol Brown Manuel Carbonell RamÃ³n Carulla Tony Chirinos Edouard Duval CarriÃ© Victor John GÃ³mez Marina Font Lynne Golob Gelfman Enrique GÃ³mez de Molina Adler Guerrier April Hartley Charles Hashim Jiae Hwang Natalya Laskis Mira Lehr Alberto Meza Aurora Molina Peggy Nania JosÃ© Pacheco Vickie Pierre Ralph Provisero Carol Prusa Karen Rifas Loren Santiesteban CÃ©sar Santos Claudia Scalise Carrie Sieh Yomarie Silva Elena Sisto Sara Stites Joseph Tamargo Robert Thiele Carol Todaro Marcos Valella Tom Virgin Jaimie Warren Michelle Weinberg And more!
Individual admission is only $75 and VIP is $200.
All funds benefit the museumâ€™s exhibitions and educational programs. Â
Paper Hearts is presented with support from Miami Dade College Foundation MDCulture Miami Dade College School of Engineering and Technology MDC Kendall Visual Arts Student Association MDC Kendall Jazz Ensemble Miami City Social World Heaven Hill Distilleries Spagettino Restaurant Rik Rak salon China Grill Bartenura Toscana Davino Zonin Miami New Times Modern Luxury / Miami Magazine Afrobeta Robby Hunter Band Iâ€™ve Been Framed Glennâ€™s Greenery programs. It also goes to the continued stewardship of its historic home.
Number 1 - Oseola Pines Series
30â€ x 48â€
Relief Print on Japanese Rice Paper