Virginia Miller Among the Authorities on Latin American Art Interviewed 'Arte al Dia' 100th Issue

December 22, 2003Gallery News, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

Virginia Miller, who has been exhibiting artists from Latin America since 1974, was one of the art authorities surveyed by ‘Arte al Dia’ on the art of Latin America. Each person interviewed was asked whether 1) art has become globalized, 2) painting continues to be a valid medium, and 3) Latin American art is internationally … Read More

Downtown Delray Beach Installation by Venezuelan Artist Arturo Correa Protests Poverty, Homelessness

September 22, 2003Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Latin American Artists

Virginia Miller arranged for Venezuelan artist Arturo Correa to erect this house sculpture on the Pineapple Grove ArtWalk in downtown Delray Beach. Its outside walls depict the homeless. Interior walls are white, and visitors completed the work with their comments on poverty and homelessness in our affluent nation. Miller also commissioned Correa to produce a … Read More

'Matt Lamb: Evolution of a Vision' Reviewed in 'ARTnews' by His Biographer, Richard Speer

September 16, 2003Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

In his ‘Artnews’ review of “Matt Lamb: Evolution of a Vision,” author and journalist Richard┬áSpeer notes that “Matt Lamb blends technique and subject matter in an improbable, sometimes jaw-dropping fashion. His characters–dogs, fishes, elephants, and human-animal-plant hybrids–are shadows of another dimension.” Speer is an authority on Lamb, having authored the biography “Matt Lamb: The Art … Read More

Karen Glaser's Monumental Photographic Mural, 'Aquascapes: Miami Seaport – 2002,' Stretches For 226 Feet

December 10, 2002Gallery Artists, Gallery News

Karen Glaser’s spectacular installation at the Port of Miami, “Aquascapes: Miami Seaport Project – 2002,” stretches eight feet high along a 226-foot wall. The canvas photographic mural depicts images of marine life in subtle brown and gray tones, giving the impression of looking underwater from a glass-bottomed boat. For more information, click here.