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3 Artists From Caribbean Island
FARANU(Curaçao), AYEOLA MOORE (Guadalupe), Peter Wayne Lewis(Jamaica)

From: From: January 26th 2017 to February 14th, 2017 at 2F Art-Lobby
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery
 

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AYEOLA MOORE works


FARANU works


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Peter Wayne Lewis works


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Artists





FARANU (Curaçao)

Caribbean artist Faranú (Curaçao,1980) Graduated (B.A. degree) in 2008 at the Willem de Kooning Academy of fine Arts, Rotterdam The Netherlands where she lives and works. During her study Faranú was coached by various established artists. Short after her graduation she had several group exhibitions including a duo exhibition with famous artist Diet Wiegman at the World Trade Center Art Gallery.
After various exhibitions Faranú received a great response from Dutch art critics and collectors, she decided to expand her interest in the international art field. This visit resulted in various successful exhibitions and an invitation for Art Beijing, China in 2011. In the same year Faranú has won the prestigious ‘talent of the year 2012‘ award presented by established Dutch art platform the Kunstweek (Artweek). In 2013 she was nominated for the Dutch ‘artist of the year award 2014’ alongside greats like Anton Corbijn and Marlene Dumas. In 2013 Faranú received critical acclaim for her exhibition entitled ‘D.U.M.B.O.’ at Bose Pacia gallery, New York with multidisciplinary artist Mike Redman. Her exhibitions ‘Songs of charcoal’ and ‘Faces of Curaçao’ were internationally displayed. From New York to Caribbean Island Curaçao.
 

AYEOLA MOORE(Guadalupe)

AYEOLA MOORE is a visual artist from the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe.
After receiving a law diploma (Capacité en Droit) in 1974 from the Université de Paris-Sud, in France, she interrupted her law studies, returned to Guadeloupe and initiated a career in her long-standing life passion -African-based dance.
IN 2000, Ayeola’s innate artistic proclivity shifted to yet another life passion - painting.She moved to Brazil and, in2003, began painting full-time. She has never stopped since, developing as strikingly personal style that conflates dazzling colors and telluric forms.
Ayeola mounted her first exhibitions as private shows in her spacious personal gallery in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, in 2010, 2012 and 2014.
In 2015-16, she did her first public exhibition, a four-month, twenty-four piece solo show, at the Museu Afrobrasileiro de Bahia, Salvador, Brazil.
In 2016-17, she participated with five works in her first collective public exhibition, at PROMO-ARTE LATIN AMERICAN GALLERY, in Tokyo, Japan.
Ayeola divides her time between her native Guadeloupe and her adopted Brazil, countries informed by a rich African Cultural heritage. Admittedly, it is this twin Caribbean/Latin American environment that nourishes her perpetually restless, deeply contemplative inner landscape, which explodes into primal narratives of kaleidoscopic “color-visions” and metamorphosic “dream-shapes.” Ayeola Moore is married and is the moth of two children.

   
Peter Wayne Lewis (Jamaica)

Chairman of Fine Arts 2d-Painting and Printmaking and Professor of Painting at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, Ma. Was born in Kingston, Jamaica West Indies and immigrated to the USA in 1962 and made his home in Sacramento, California. He became a US Naturalized Citizen in 1983 and received his Masters of Arts Degree in painting in 1979 from San Jose State University California. He currently resides in South Orange, New Jersey, Boston, Massachusetts, and Beijing, China.
   
   


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