Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Original Big Eye Latina Angel Fairy Painting + Art Prints & ACEO Prints! Okuda San Miguel Art at the Corey Helford Gallery...



"Dulzura" Original 8"x10" Painting here

This week my featured painting is "Dulzura".  This Latina angel fairy has large brown eyes and her name means sweetness in Spanish.  I think it embodies her essence.  The art has a lowbrow surreal feel.  The original big eye angel fairy painting is available for purchase on my website as are art prints and LE ACEO prints!  


Most of my art is also available on my website at lisarusso.com; however, on the first Tuesday of the month, I like to put some art prints and LE ACEO prints on ebay at a lower promotional rate for the duration of the auctions...  This month my theme is mermaids and includes a selection of some of my big eye fantasy sirens; you may see them here.  As a bonus, I am throwing in a sale print and a LE ACEO print of Dulzura.

BONUS Featured Image "Dulzura"
8"x10" Open Edition print on Sale here
ACEO 2.5"x3.5" Limited Edition LE 1st of 25 on Sale here

I am linking this post with Inspire Me Monday

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The Corey Helford Gallery has three sections, there is the main gallery and then two additional galleries.  I went to see The Art Collector Starter Kit IV Group Exhibition, which I hope to share some of the art from on a different day, as a couple of my favorite artists had work in the show and I was introduced to Okuda San Miguel's work.  The works are bold and very different from what I am usually drawn to, I think the works have a pop surrealism urban street art feel.  The Mayan Renaissance exhibit is CLOSED, but the gallery may have some of his works available.

PUNK HORSE by Okuda San Miguel, Synthetic enamel on fiberglass, 27” x 24” x 14”

REFUGEE'S MIRAGE by Okuda San Miguel, Synthetic enamel on wood panel , 47” x 47”

RETROMIRAGE by Okuda San Miguel, Synthetic enamel on fiberglass, 31” x 25” x 15"

NO MASK FOR THE WICKED by Okuda San Miguel, Synthetic enamel on wood panel , 47” x 47”

MICKEY'S SCALP by Okuda San Miguel, Synthetic enamel on fiberglass, 51” x 31” x 12”

LOST WOLVES by Okuda San Miguel, Wool on canvas, 31" x 31"

Mural on the Wall Outside of the Corey Helford Gallery by Okuda San Miguel

Whilst I have continued to sketch daily, I spent my time getting this ready and haven't had a chance to prep my sketches yet.  I'll try to get caught up on posting my daily sketches tomorrow.

12 comments:

Christine said...

Your Latina maiden is beautiful! Thanks for showing some of this exhibition, the enamel medium is interesting.

Jan said...

Dulzura is gorgeous Lisa!!! Beautifully painted!!!
How nice of you to share your photos from the exhibit...lovely art!!!

Hugs 💮

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Wow Lisa I love this painting of yours. I commented on FB too. I love this are of Okuda San Migue. I would love to see it. Thank you so much for sharing.

Valerie-Jael said...

Dulzura is fantastic, what a gorgeous painting. The exhibition looks wonderful, what wonderful talent. Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Valerie

SHON said...

Thank you very much for your introduction into The Art Collector Starter Kit IV Group Exhibition. All the works are so unique and impressive!

Regine Karpel said...

Thanks.

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Thanks so very much Christine, Jan, Nicole, Valerie, SHON, and Regine! The pieces that are not mine are actually all Okuda San Miguel's works for Mayan Renaissance. I haven't shared the Collector's Starter Kit show yet, but I hope to at some point...

Martin Kloess said...

You know I love you Spanish maiden and you know why.
Thank you for the look around of the exhibition.

Lowcarb team member said...

I think "Dulzura" looks great.

A very nice selection of photographs too, I think my favourite is the Punk Horse.  

All the best Jan

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Thanks so much Martin and Jan!

Magic Love Crow said...

Your painting is stunning Lisa!!!
The other art you showed us, is very cool!! Love the boldness and colours!
Big Hugs!

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Awww, thanks Stacy!