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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Brazilian Contemporary Art Show
12 Brazilian Artists 
& 1 American as special guest (that's me)

Ward Nasse Gallery 
178 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012
Tues.- Sat. 11-6 and Sun. 1-6
(212) 925-6951
Opening Reception Sept. 17th 7- 10pm

"Fill Me Up Do Not Crush"
i'm gonna sell this 'loves' above!

Carmen Pousada Culture and Arte:
In this exhibition represents the works of 12 Brazilian artists, who in their paintings demonstrate the strength of unusual colors. Many use the synergy between the rhythm and movement in their work to depict the “dreams”
and concepts of modern life.
The concept of “contemporary” figures varies between the abstract figurative interpretations and each piece reflects the artist’s state of mind in a variety of themes and techniques.
This collection of works represents some of the best of what contemporary Brazilian art has to offer.
Ward-Nasse Gallery

September 15th through 30th

Opening reception September 15th from 7-10pm
178 Prince street NY - NY
Phone: ( 212) 9256951

Gallery hours: Tues - Sat 11-6pm
Sunday 1-6pm
 a divine appointment...
I met Leda Maria at Art Expo in NYC this year. Leda is an artist, Art Curator and Director of Ward Nasse Gallery in SoHo.
Our 'meeting’ which was totally inspired and God led proves to me that the possibilities of divine appointments are endless! I believe greater things are possible in our lives when being led by the Holy Spirit. 
God will constantly lead us to cross another person’s path to lift us and help us- 
BELIEVE ME, greater things do happen!
I am special guest of Leda Maria Do Prado's in the upcoming Brazilian Contemporary artshow!
The moment I met Leda, we immediately connected.
We are both in the business of ART, COLOR, LOVE, and SALES!
History of Ward-Nasse Gallery
The Ward-Nasse Gallery, founded by Harry Nasse, has been a respected landmark in SoHo, and a place of opportunity for artists for over 40 years. The gallery first opened in Boston during the early sixties. It subsequently moved to its present location in 1970, where it continues to be dedicated to all artists at various stages of their careers.
As an alternative space, attendance to the gallery's 2,000 ft. first-floor space has risen over the years to its current 15,000 visitors annually. All modes of contemporary art are exhibited, from traditionally executed works to more experimental art forms. Artists from across the country share walls with artists from Europe, Asia and South America.

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