Amalia Brujis was born in Lima, Peru, to Jewish parents, who emigrated from Bessarabia, Romania. She came to Miami more than ten years ago and lives today in South Florida. Amalia Brujis obtained a bachelor’s degree at Miami International University of Art and Design, and also studied at the National School of Fine Arts in Lima, Peru, graduating with honors. Today, Amalia’s paintings are part of relevant art collections in the United States of America and abroad, as she has largely exhibited nationally and worldwide. During 2015, she was successfully creating her Art at her studio in the Bakehouse Art Complex located in Wynwood Arts District, Miami, where she developed an interesting and celebrated body of work. Some of these Artworks were presented as a collection entitled Memories that achieved great appreciation by viewers and collectors. Recently Amalia Brujis has opened, in partnership with other well-known artists, a large showroom and Fine Art gallery in Downtown Hollywood, FL. Amalia Brujis’ Artworks are exquisitely unique. Her paintings, made in acrylic and in oil on canvas or on wood, reveal this Artist’s longtime fascination for conceiving as a central and main theme for her Art the depiction of people from any walk of life or age in her paintings and to explore the complexities of human interaction. For the presentation of her artistic work, Amalia has said: “My images come from photographs I take in streets, museums or train stations… The people I paint have a place in my Universe. They come and go. Some appear to be in a hurry, and some are distracted, thoughtful, mysterious, lonely, or lost in the distance. Each person has his own story.” Undoubtedly, Amalia Brujis has made the subject of Humanity an exquisite artistic celebration conceived in her own style, opening new emotions for the contemplation of Art by her viewers, as her works also include beauty, love for Nature and are remarkable uplifting, as well as greatly executed in technique with a masterly treatment of color and texture. Represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA at Art Santa Fe 2018, Amalia Brujis will exhibit three remarkable Artworks from her outstanding creative inspiration, respectively entitled, Snapshot, Backpacks and China. Because of their transcendent meaning, so significant for the times in which we are living today, as well as for their exquisite quality, these unique paintings will securely become an impacting attraction for the Art Fair and also a key representation of the ALLURE theme of Art Santa Fe Fair in 2019 as well as during Art Basel Miami Week.
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- Original Artwork on stretched canvas , black matte wood frame, ready to hang
- Frame Size: 4″
- Created: 2017
Categories: Acrylic Painting, Mixed Media Tags: AbstractArt, acrylic on canvas, amaliabrujis, architectualdigest, artblog, artcollectors, artconsultant, artexponewyork, artlover, artlovers, artmiamifairs, artnewyork, artoftheday, artsantafe, contemporaryart, contemporaryartusa, contemporarycolector, dallasdesigndistrict, decor, design, dimension, floridadesign, homedecor, interior designer, interiordecorating, interiordesign, interiordesignhotel, luxuryliving, luxurystyle, miamidesign, modernart, newyorkdesign, oceanreef, palmbeach, scopeartfair, staging, thehampton Subjects: Abstract, Figurative, Landscape, People and PortraitsMediums: Acrylic and Mixed MediaGalleries: Contemporary Art Projects USAFairs: Art Santa Fe, Artexpo New York, Red Dot Art FairStyles: Abstract, Abstract Figurative, Contemporary, Figurative, Modern art
|Dimensions||34 × 43 × 4 in|
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