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Celestial Collective Exhibition

August 31, 2018-7:00 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+0

Galeria Adelmo is proud to present a collective exhibition by five gifted and diversely talented Latin artists.  The “Celestial Collective Exhibition” will feature paintings by these artists depicting their artistic studies of heavenly images. The exposition will open to the public with an artist’s reception on Friday, August 31, 2018 and will be available for viewing through October 23, 2018.


Fernando Martin

Fernando was born in Cuba, July 1985.  He always felt attracted to art, but mostly to drawing, painting and the classic arts.  His favorite is the Renaissance period and particularly the work of Leonardo da Vinci.  Since Fernando loves inventions and science, he was then attracted to the art of Michelangelo.  Later on he meet the work of Caravaggio; like Caravaggio’s illuminations and dark backgrounds, Fernando has always loved this technique since he started drawing.

Because Mr. Martin never went to any art academy it was very useful that he studied human anatomy and morphology in his career for this kind of work.  Fernando started to study painting by using his own colors theory and other various techniques like charcoal, ball pen drawing, sculpture, mosaic, stop motion animation and oil painting.

Soledad Garriga

Soledad Garriga is from La Plata, Argentina.  Very early in her life Soledad started as she calls, her first attempt at painting.  She began with water scenes and then progressed into creating colorful subjects including materials she chose for each unique interpretation; adding written words detailing life in her native city of La Plata.

Soledad has exhibited her works in Barcelona, Cuba, Paris, La Plata, Buenes Aires, Rosario and New York.

Carlos Camero

CARLOS CAMERO was born in Havana on June 10, 1970.  He studied and taught art at the Academy of Fine Arts “San Alejandro”. Specialty: Drawing and Painting.

Art Critic’s review: “Free of narrative or historic pretensions, Camero creates scenarios where the organic game of figurations embodies a secret yearning for liberation. Apparently alienated from the common questions about the world and the moral transformations of humanity, the painter misses the position of the artist-agent-critic to solve a reality “other” that, committed, is dilate towards a dialogue with Nature as a trigger for tangible forms of emotionality.

The success in the choice, treatment and organization of the different motifs and visual elements that make up the work, allow you to model a renewed sensitive appearance of Nature; contemplated and recreated as a coherent whole, emotionally perceptible and aesthetically significant.”

Private Collections

Carlos Cameros has participated in exhibitions and also has his works with private collections in Panama, the United States, Germany, Spain, Mexico, Canada, France, Chile and the Dominican Republic.

Ramses Llufrio

Ramses Llufrio is a Cuban artist who was self-taught from a very early age as he started to take its first steps in painting. At first beginnings of painting Ramses prefered pencils and brushes over the usual toys. As Llufrio developed his craft during the early stages of his career he exhibited in different competitions and festivals of his hometown, Cotorro, Cuba and in different Houses of Culture and TV shows in Cuba.

Mr. Llufrio’s landscapes are excellent; his oil paintings transmit the whisper of rivers and the gentle breezes that dance with the branches of their trees. Palms, … those brides waiting… occupy a top place in his work, perhaps inherited from the great landscape of the largest of the Antilles.

Ramses Llufrio has exhibited in many of the upscale galleries and art centers throughout South Florida and the Greater Miami region. His works have been showcased in Art Basel, Wynwood, and other high-end art marketplaces for several years. Ramses’s art is fresh, genuine and unique; he is definitely a rising emerging artist that paints daily. He exudes a robust spirit and his breathtaking paintings that have been noticed and appreciated by many in Cuba and the United States. 

Sandy Lorenzo

Sandy is a self-taught artist who was born and lived in the Pine Forest of the River Cuba, a land of farmer peasants, where the main land branch is currently large fields of tobacco plantations. The technique Sandy uses is oil on canvas from the very beginnings of my painting career.  Lorenzo comes from a natural guajiro environment where he always liked to paint his own landscapes onsite, to see the sunrises, the mists and view the mountains. In this current world where war is always imminent, Sandy emphasizes nature in his paintings as a means of reflection and offers his art so that other people can see that there are places like the Garden of Eden from Adam and Eve.

Galeria Adelmo is located at 1165 S.W. Sixth Street, Miami in Little Havana and opened in April of 2010.  The main mission and primary goal of the art gallery is to represent and promote the art works of local established or emerging artists from South Florida and throughout the globe.  For the past eight years on the last Friday of each month, coinciding with Viernes Culturales festival, Galeria Adelmo has showcased a featured artist. Galeria Adelmo also offers a Saturday Morning Art Class, private weekday painting lessons, as well as fun Private Painting Parties.


August 31, 2018
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Galeria Adelmo
1165 SW 6st Miami, FL 33130
Miami, FL 33130 United States
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Mike Hellem
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