St. Petersburg, FL (September 20, 2012)– Galerías Bohemia is pleased to announce the opening of Reflections II, Power of Absolution, paintings by renowned Cuban artist Ernesto Piloto Marquez. This exhibit is inspired by Ernesto’s reflection of life and the power of absolution. In his own words:
“. . . The viewers of my art use their own life experiences and personal associations of these words, emotions, elements, and characters contained in each work of art to understand the meaning and create their own message. My art tends not to tell people what to think but simply ask them to pause and reflect on their own life; to help people look past themselves and see why we are drawn toward the things we become.”
An opening reception will be held Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 7 pm. During the reception Ernesto will discuss the inspirations and the reflections that have inspired his artworks. The exhibit will close December 1, 2012. RSVP for the opening receptions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ernesto Piloto-Marquez is a graduate of San Alejandro Fine Art School, founded in Havana, Cuba, in 1818 at the Convent of San Alejandro by the French painter, Jean Baptiste Vermay. During the last 12 years he has devoted himself to the visual arts, in special, painting and drawing. Over this period of time his work has transition from surrealism to conceptualism. His work is well represented in private and public collections. Ernesto lives and works with his wife in his adoptive city of Tampa since 2007.