Miami, April 4, 2014 — Modern art patrons gathered at Biscayne Art House on Brickell Thursday night to celebrate the abstract works of Ronnie Olabarrieta and Russell Sharon. The crowd shared their love for art as they mingled with the artists.
“We are so pleased that both artists were able to fly in for the opening,” said Ana Maria de Piña, manager of Biscayne Art House. “Our shows are really special when the artists are here to share their experiences and their works of art.”
Ronnie Olabarrieta is a Puerto Rican painter and architect. His paintings consist of abstract expressionism and impressionism using vibrant colors and energetic movement in his brushstrokes. His latest works are a playful story of his inner expressions.
Russell Sharon is an American painter, who was born on a farm in Minnesota and studied in Mexico City, Boston and New York. His abstract paintings reduce landscapes into simplistic forms. The latest exhibit was inspired by wetlands and horizon lines.
The exhibition will be shown through May 9, by appointment only. For more information email email@example.com.
Biscayne Art House in Miami, Florida. Based out of the historic Brickell Financial, District, Biscayne Art House is the premiere showcase for worldwide artists and the only art center of its kind in the area. Located in the gateway to the Americas, Biscayne Art House presence in Miami facilitates its connection to artists throughout American regions, and the Caribbean. We help global artists to expand their reach into the United States and abroad, while simultaneously enriching the local cultural climate. Biscayne Art House provide an exceptional and unique window into the world of contemporary art while remaining true to our roots as pioneers of the Miami art scene.
For further information, contact:
Ana Maria de Piña
Art Center Manager