The Mockingbird Trail Project is an initiative several years in the making, spearheaded by Cadence Landscape Architects with support from the Girls’ Club Collection and Flagler Village Community Garden, and the artistry of Valeria Yamamoto. Their combined efforts have brought about South Florida’s first urban art trail.
Valeria Yamamoto is also featured in Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine! Check out the online article here.
Pamela Palma launches
Fantastic Fibers Miami
"We are a social, art, design, fiber, and fun group. We meet from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM on the 4th Saturday of every month at Artisan Lounge, downtown by the Freedom Tower, 500 NE 1st Street. Everyone who has an interest in or works with any fiber medium is welcome! We create diverse artworks in our exciting monthly challenge; we started a long term collaborative project; we are planning fiber art workshops and exhibitions in the near future.
They are celebrating fiber at the World Wide Knit in Public Day on June 18, 2016! Join the Fantastic Fibers Miami at the Bayside Stair at the Pérez Art Museum Miami from 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM.
March 1 - June 10, 2016
Jefferson Market, Mid-Manhattan, Tompkins Square, 58th Street and Mulberry Street
Panel discussions will be held at all five libraries.
Organized by The National Association of Women Artists (NAWA)
Her color photographs are included in a three month traveling exhibition of five NYC Libraries.
Claudio Roncoli, the official artist for the 16th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards®
"It’s been a year since I moved to Miami, and this city hasn’t stopped surprising me. I’ve been through solo and group shows, two studios, one trip to Mexico and one to Argentina. But with no doubt, the best proposal I received and, of course, accepted, was the one made by the The Latin recording Academy®, who named me the official artist for the 16th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards®. The art piece I made specially for the world’s premier Latin music annual event, will be featured on this year’s poster, program book, tickets and other important applications.
The original piece is now part of the Academy private collection.
My inspiration for this painting was the passion that originates from Latin music; I decided to embody its strength through images of iconic symbols from the Latin American jungles such as the jaguar, the Spanish guitar and the flame of creativity that characterizes Latinos."