Arnaldo Roche-Rabell, Master Artist of Puerto Rico

October 26, 2007Latin American Artists

Arnaldo Roche-Rabell, internationally known as one of the leading artists from Puerto Rico, actually launched his career in Chicago. While living there as an art student, he began showing his work in university galleries and alternative spaces. At one of those shows in the Art Institute of Chicago he took a first prize of $5,000, … Read More

Outstanding Works by Antonio Henrique Amaral, Master Artist of Brazil

June 22, 2007Latin American Artists

Several outstanding examples of paintings by leading Brazilian artist Antonio Amaral are on the gallery web site under Artists, Masters. Photographs can only indicate the subject matter of works by Amaral, whose astonishing range of intriguing techniques and subtle blending of colors always prove fascinating. One of the gallery’s new acquisitions, “Antagonic Fields or Fields … Read More

Paintings, Photos Etched on Aluminum, and Works on Paper by Leading Chilean Artist Soledad Salamé

May 30, 2007Gallery Artists, Latin American Artists

Soledad Salamé, whose works range from monumental museum installations to 16-inch photos etched into aluminum, now has a more extensive presence on the gallery web site. Along with three-part section of Salamé’s works divided into Paintings, Photographs and Works on Paper, there also are essays on the artist’s solar sculptures by the Venezuelan art historian … Read More

New Works by Award-Winning Glass Artist Linda Behar

May 17, 2007Gallery Artists, Latin American Artists

A graduate civil engineer who always wanted to be an artist, when Linda Behar switched careers she attended a series of schools in photography, blacksmithing, metal casting and finally, glass fabrication at two of the nation’s leading schools for artists working with glass, Pilchuck Glass School and Penland School of Craft. Behar’s mixed-media constructions contain … Read More

Luminous Layers of Ricardo Mazal Result From "Idiosyncratic, Focused, Innovative’ Process

March 21, 2007Gallery Artists, Latin American Artists

Mazal’s work is the subject of the book, “Ricardo Mazal: La Tumba de la Reina Roja: From Reality to Abstraction,” by Elizabeth Ferner and Arnoldo González-Cruz. According to New Mexico magazine, “Mazal’s work is luminously beautiful. In the tradition of abstract expressionism it demonstrates what the painter Kandinsky decribed as the need for the ‘spiritual … Read More

Gallery Selected to Exhibit in Arteaméricas 2007

March 20, 2007Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Latin American Artists

For the fifth consecutive year, ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries participated in this nation’s leading Latin American art exposition, arteaméricas.This was the first time the event was held in Miami Beach Convention Center, site of Art Basel. The fair featured seventy leading galleries exhibiting more than 300 artists. Miller has been exhibiting Latin American works since shortly … Read More