Living with Art is an ongoing series exploring the ways art can fulfill and enrich your life in both a transcendent and quotidian way. In this edition, InSight Artspace is pleased to spotlight an incredibly thoughtful and innovative artist: Esther Rosa.
Catherine Testorf, local resident and CEO of InSight ArtSpace, loves to work with unconventional art installations and curated a show around the pool. "To interact, to share, and to collaborate with other art expressions is part of our broader life experience," Catherine shared. "From nature to art, from fashion to music, all perfectly blended together...such a special moment and experience for everyone."
Living with art is yet another way to liberate art from conventional white-box spaces and allow it to enrich your everyday life. In this edition, InSight Artspace is pleased to introduce award winning American contemporary painter, photographer and mixed media artist: Andrea Bonfils.
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Catherine Testorf, CEO of InSight Artspace, Cherie Corso and L'Adresse NY presented "Paris in Pelham" last Friday at Catherine's home. Guests cheered and loved the interactive art exhibition experience pairing color and style between vibrant paintings and contemporary fashion.
InSight Artspace is thrilled to celebrate International Women's Day 2019 in collaboration with Vermilion Talent with an event bringing strong women together in #BalanceforBetter.
May 19, 2016 to May 29, 2016
5th Annual CREATIVE MISCHIEF Exhibition
The momentum of the Caribbean Colorful Diversity will continue it's journey from the Miramar Cultural Center to S. Artspace Gallery Space 218, Art Basel at AQUA / Art Miami ...... Just as each Island is distinctive so is each of these masters. Each artist brings a unique style and blend to the collective....
S Artspace Gallery is proud to announce the works of Arubian artist ELISA LEJUEZ have been selected to be on view during the Caribbean-American Heritage month at The Miramar Cultural Center of Broward County Florida. "Caribbean Colorful Diversity", curated by Cuban born, Maria Napoles, includes six world renowned artists who form a synthesis of flavors from the Caribbean. This collective truly documents a composite rich in cultural history.
Camasha Cevieux, Assistant Director for the City of Miramar's department of Cultural Affairs, stated: "Not to be missed, this exhibition highlights the Caribbean art heritage which each island, shaped by waves of migration, has a distinctive cultural identity influenced by the European colonialists, African heritage, and the enduring legacies of the native Indian tribes" .
S Artspace Gallery is pleased to announce that the National Academy Museum has selected the work of Esther Rosa to be exhibited in the "Creative Mischief" group show.
Please save the date for the opening reception on May 15, 6-9pm.
Aruban artist Elisa Lejuez has kicked off her latest solo exhibition at the S Artspace Gallery in New York City’s SoHo neighbourhood. The exhibition, which is called “We kiss the joy as it flies,” officially launched on March 20. It is the second solo exhibition for Lejuez in the United States, featuring a collection of her mixed media techniques of blending of shapes, patterns and colors that incorporate her global heritage........
This exhibition featured a selection of her new collection "We kiss the joy as it flies" in which she was inspired by the basic authentic Zen philosophy of enlightenment and total awareness of the moment. Elisa's process is intuitive and meditative and goes beyond her mind-enclosed egos. You will discover a composition made of spontaneous gestures, a deeper dimension of reaching new forms. "I'm engaged in a spiritual quest, a secular search for wholeness and see my process of making art as a kind of meditation."says Lejuez.