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Espitia Gallery Wynwood Art District 2294 NW 2nd Ave. suite C Miami, FL 33127 (corner of 2nd Ave. and 23rd St)
Espitia Gallery Wynwood Art District 2294 NW 2nd Ave. suite C Miami, FL 33127 (corner of 2nd Ave. and 23rd St)

Why exhibit in "Wynwood" the second most important art district in the world?

Miami receives nowadays the most important contemporary art fairs in the world and Wynwood Art District is the ground where the most prestigious and highest world ranking New York and European galleries have branch venues.

 

The Wynwood Art District contains over 70 galleries, museums and art collections. The second Saturday night of every month, is “ArtWalk” in Wynwood and the art galleries and studios open their doors to the public for viewing.

 

CALL FOR ARTISTS:

MIAMI NewTimes





The Best of Wynwood Artwalk

 

Wynwood welcomed the masses for its February artwalk. With food trucks,open galleries, street shows, and Wynwood's cast of characters, there was plenty to see.

 


ESPITIA GALLERY - USA

Wynwood Arts District

2294 NW 2nd Ave. suite C

Miami, FL 33127

Phone: (786) 773 4812

 

ESPITIA GALERIA - Colombia

Castillogrande calle 5A # 11-86 P2

Telefono:: (57) 310 6504516

Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.

 

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GUSCOLORS

Sirena / 40 x 30 inches.
Sirena / 40 x 30 inches.

(b. 1981 Gustavo Adolfo Ramirez) is a completely self-taught, modern pop artist based in Miami, FL. He was born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras and raised in Nicaragua by both Mexican and Nicaraguan parents. In 2000, GusColors moved to Miami to pursue his passion of an artistic career. Miami turned out to be the perfect destination point for him, as he currently lives and paints here.

 

Artist GusColors has embraced the energetic and vibrant culture surrounding him, and finds inspiration in Miami’s heat and extravagant lifestyle. "I dream in paint. My subconscious is actively working, creating from my inner-mind." His acrylic on canvas work explores a playful yet rambunctious side of everyday life. The artist’s use of bright colors and innocent but mischievous characters explode through the surface of each canvas, and enables a fresh point of view. His art is intense with a dramatic attention to detail.

 

Instagram: @guscolors

Twitter: @guscolors

Website:  www.guscolors.com

 

 

 

 

 

ARTWORK

Guardabarranco / 48 x 36 inches.
Guardabarranco / 48 x 36 inches.
How many Triangles / 40 x 30 inches.
How many Triangles / 40 x 30 inches.

Cantinflas / 36 x 36 inches.
Cantinflas / 36 x 36 inches.
La Mosca / 30 x 30 inches.
La Mosca / 30 x 30 inches.

Freedom / 30 x 24 inches
Freedom / 30 x 24 inches
Color Prison / 36 x 24 / inches.
Color Prison / 36 x 24 / inches.

Tonight's Seascape / 24 x 36 inches.
Tonight's Seascape / 24 x 36 inches.

MURALS

First United Methodist Church of South Miami after school program mural
First United Methodist Church of South Miami after school program mural
Mural at DEEL Volvo with Dan O'malley, President of DEEL VOLVO/VW/SAAB
Mural at DEEL Volvo with Dan O'malley, President of DEEL VOLVO/VW/SAAB
Heritage Mural at DEEL Volkswagen
Heritage Mural at DEEL Volkswagen
With Alonso Mourning, Owner of the Overtown Youth Center.
With Alonso Mourning, Owner of the Overtown Youth Center.

ABOUT ME...

Artist GusColors
Artist GusColors

GusColors (b. 1981 Gustavo Adolfo Ramirez) is a completely self-taught, modern pop artist based in Miami, FL. He was born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras and raised in Nicaragua by both Mexican and Nicaraguan parents. In 2000, GusColors moved to Miami to pursue his passion of an artistic career. Miami turned out to be the perfect destination point for him, as he currently lives and paints here.

 

Artist GusColors has embraced the energetic and vibrant culture surrounding him, and finds inspiration in Miami’s heat and extravagant lifestyle. "I dream in paint. My subconscious is actively working, creating from my inner-mind." His acrylic on canvas work explores a playful yet rambunctious side of everyday life. The artist’s use of bright colors and innocent but mischievous characters explode through the surface of each canvas, and enables a fresh point of view. His art is intense with a dramatic attention to detail.

 

In 2007, GusColors was commissioned for seven murals done at the Overtown Youth Center in Miami, FL. He brought “a splash of GusColors” to inspire, empower and enrich the lives of inner-city youth. After concentrating on developing his own technique and experimenting with different mediums for a couple of years, Gus was invited to the grand opening of the Wallace Gallery in Fort Myers, FL in February 2009. He had the opportunity to exhibit his work, as well as perform a live body painting. In August 2009 he participated in the Earth Is Art Showcase, which was produced by Life Is Art and Metro 1 Properties of Miami, FL. He exhibited five pieces, and worked alongside other local Miami artists. Other events include the Fifth Annual Mad Hatter Arts Festival held in Coconut Grove, FL and a non-profit event with Kids Off Streets, another Miami, FL organization focusing on active and healthy lifestyles for kids.

 

GusColors was featured in Nicaragua’s December 2009 edition of Cosas, a popular lifestyle magazine; it is one of the most sophisticated magazines throughout the Latin American culture. It is celebrity driven, and covers topics such as glamour, including fashion, music and art, as well as national and international current events. “It was great to be featured in the premiere edition of Cosas. I want the people of my country to know that they too can follow their dreams. Don’t let anyone ever tell you that you can’t do it, and never give up.” With over 1000 copies in circulation, GusColors hopes to become a household name in the Latin American countries. In 2011 and 2013 he also had an opportunity to exhibit at Midtown's Art Fusion Gallery on three exhibits as well as on Brickell's Hotel Urbano. With a successful exhibit with sales in Canada, and Switzerland amongst other countries new opportunities opened up. In 2012 he was part of a 3 month exhibit at GAB Studios in Wynwood. 2013 was a very exciting year as he had an opportunity to exhibit in Ferrara, Italy and Castello Estense - "Here Now Exhibit" as well as body paint for the show.

 

2015 looks promising for GusColors. “I’m thankful for the opportunities given to me that have allowed me to create a buzz in South Florida. I want to continue to focus on perfecting my technique that will take it to the next level. I’m definitely excited to do what it takes to develop into a more successful artist.” This year GusColors wants to reach out to larger audiences and tackle bigger projects. “People come to Miami to frolic in the sun, enjoy the nightlife, and experience all the top-notch attractions. I want to continue to capture that energy so that people can experience it at another, more personal level.” With that being said, Gus will remain in Miami to live and paint, and will explore more national and international options.