Wednesday, 23 July 2014 05:35

VAM: Improvisational Painting in Ventura exhibition has got the EDGE

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Congratulations to the artists – Alphonso Acosta, Linda Garcia, Rima Muna, Devin Oatway, and Nash Rightmer; and to the curator, Erik ReeL, a vision well executed!
Those who take the risk to express the depth of their soul and being in abstract painting know no boundaries.  They give us the gift in viewing their work with such profound delight that we beg for more.  As a co-sponsor of this 2 day exhibition, I spent time and conversation with these 5 artists to learn more of who they are, understand about the road they have traveled, and see how life challenges may have inspired their expression of their work.
I reflect on feeling energized, optimistic, and proud of being a part of this event.  Thank you to Alphonso, Linda, Rima, Devin, Nash, and Erik.
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Visual Artist Alphonso Acosta standing next to his installation "The Old Invisible"
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Visual Artist Linda Garcia standing next to her installation "Life is a Mystery"
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Visual Artist Rima Muna and EDGE Principal Rhonda P. Hill standing next to Rima's installation "Wieniaski"
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Visual Artist Devin Oatway standing next to his installation "Buried in the yard"
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Visual Artist Nash Rightmer standing next to his installation "Counterfeit"
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The EDGE Team-Rhonda Hill, Gabriella Asamsama-Acuna, Isabella Asamsama and Nash Rightmer
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VAM Productions's Curator Erik ReeL
Photo Credit: Eight/0/Five Photography 1st Image


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