"Vera Lemos' first passion was teaching... It was only at the age of 40... that she fell in love with creating art."
Vera Lemos' first passion was teaching. She attended college and became a teacher shortly after graduation. It was only at the age of 40, when she took painting classes at the Fine Arts Brazilian Society, that she fell in love with creating art. She took additional art courses in which she perfected and diversified her technique, and shortly after started participating in important exhibitions in art showrooms. In 1997, she won the silver medal in the XVII Military Village Art Show, and a year later received an honorable mention in the First Military School Art Show. It is with this brilliant curriculum and experience that Vera Lemos brings us her notable artwork, which shines through with grace and radiance.
Pantigoso turns her brush to women on the Peruvian coast. Working in stained glass colors, she creates a trio of canvases in which soaring lines move perfectly from one to another. "I explore the life and customs of women who fish for a living and who....read more
Flowers and peacocks appear in an exquisite painting inspired by the grandeur and elegance of Lord Krishna. Sunil Jaiswal works with assured line and beautiful color in an expression of his Hindu faith. He presents the painting in a mat of recycled hard....read more
A woman wearing a long skirt and headscarf pours water from a jar into a calabash gourd bowl. Enoch Afram selects a color scheme of red and yellow for this cheerful portrait. Working in acrylics, he exalts the women of his homeland. The painting is framed....read more
Seated beneath a huge umbrella, dignitaries gaze out across a tiled courtyard. Enoch Afram works in black and white to depict the important men. He names the painting Ahenfie, an Akan word referring to the Chief's Palace. Afram presents the original....read more
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