Underwater Emotions by Lola de Miguel
Spanish artist Lola de Miguel exhibits again in New York.
This solo art show, curated by José Vidal, brings together 25 paintings by Spanish visual artist Lola de Miguel. Inspired by the peace in movement underwater, it connects with those experiences that transcend the frame and colorful unforgettable emotions, expressed in small and big sizes.
Lola de Miguel is a Spanish artist living in Soho, New York. She has studied at the Art Students League where she found her mentors Ronny Landfield and Bruce Dorfman. Lola has received in four occasions the Blue Dot award of the ASL and has had numerous group exhibits. Her last solo art show in Soho, African Memories, was a big success.
Lola de Miguel has participated at the Artepreneur Program, organized by the Spain-USA Foundation, the Consulate General of Spain in New York, and the New York Foundation for the Arts in 2014.
This new solo display is like a summer oasis, colorful inner peace two minutes away from the hectic Times Square. Her diving memories and the feeling of looking at an aquarium were key in the creation of the main concept –underwater emotions– which also gives title to the exhibit.
Opening reception on Thursday, June 9, from 7 pm to 9 pm.