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Interview with Franco Trevisiol - From Venice to Miami with Art

In the interview Franco talks about the art of fresco, and how he connects to it. He considers himself lucky that he was accepted by this famous art school. He talks about how he had this very romantic idea about what it meant to be an artist and how this was linked with a very strong feeling he had inside looking at the Venetian frescoes of Venice – the city where he grew up.

The most passionate and profound connoisseur of the Venetian fresco was Franco’s father, who successfully mastered the Tiepolo painting technique. He started out painting in his small studio at an early age in the 1930s. As a child, Franco was fascinated by his father's masterpieces.

And over the years he became more passionate and began to deeply fall in love with this art. Now, he can say that his company is the best in the world when it comes to the Italian experience, and he is proud of his collection of 100% fresco art handcrafted by the best Venetian craftsmen... Continue reading

Interview with Claudia La Bianca - Wynwood Miami artist

Claudia La Bianca - gorgeous Wynwood murals artist

There is nothing as interesting as learning about the beginnings of a famous artist. That certainly applies to Miami local artist Claudia La Bianca, who has established herself in the world of art. Using brilliant colors, Claudia paints women in various forms that are striking and immediately catch the view of anyone nearby... Continue reading full interview

SFL Style interview with Michael Williams - Miami Contemporary Realism Painter

Interview with Michael Williams

As a kid growing up, rarely one dreams of becoming an artist, let alone a painter. In our early years, at the beginning of our lifelong journey, we dream of becoming someone famous like a president, or a space explorer. The same goes for Michael Williams, who was born in 1986 in South Florida. Michael was like any other kid, having no worries about the future and definitely making no concrete plans for his future career... Continue reading full interview

Art in the Alley at The Flamingo House

The once salmon and purple colored sky transformed into a vast expanse of a jet-black night sky that engulfed the alleyway of the Boca Raton ROC Urban community spaces. Stars fill the sky like pale corn being turned into the freshly turned ground. Most alleyways make people feel as if something eerie is just around the corner. But The Flamingo House located at 4160 NW 1 Ave Suite 16 in Boca Raton turns the alleyway into a night of art, live music, vendors, and more....
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Marko Stout New York famed artist Rocks Miami

Marko Stout Rocks Miami

Sexy, stylish and chic! One of this year’s hottest Miami shows was Art Nation Gallery’s solo exhibition of famed New York artist Marko Stout, in downtown Wynwood. Gallery owner, Jason Samuels was exceptionally excited stating, “In my 30 years in the art industry I’ve never seen anything like it. Marko Stout message really connects with the younger generation and everyone loves it. Most of his work was sold before we even opened the doors.”... Continue reading full article

Veronique Cote - Miami Interdisciplinary Artist

Meet Veronique Cote – a brilliant girl with an eccentric outlook on life which translates into her unique abilities to see and create art in a very different way that most people are used to or willing to accept. Her art has a story, a message, her art speaks to those who are willing to listen, and her art makes you activate parts of your brain that conditionally had been sugarcoated by the society... Continue reading



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