Wednesday, October 26, 2011

“Many Histories, One Spirit” – Hispanic Heritage Month at GE.

“Many Histories, One Spirit” – Hispanic Heritage Month at GE.

Date : Wednesday, October 26th

Place : GE headquarters at 4200 Wildwood Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30339

Time :  11:30 – 1 p.m.


Carlos Solis
Jose Pena
Pedro Fuertes
And Stanley Bermudez.

Sunday, October 2, 2011



I have prints for sale of the following paintings:
False Revolution
In the Beginning
Perfect Creation
Point of Origin
... Recuerdos de Falsas Memorias
The Missing Piece and More...

Price: $20 each
Visual Master: Carlos A. Solis

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Visual Master: Carlos A. Solis:   Hispanic Heritage Month- THREE local EVENTS! The...

Visual Master: Carlos A. Solis: Hispanic Heritage Month- THREE local EVENTS!
: Hispanic Heritage Month- THREE local EVENTS! The time period Sept 15- Oct 15 celebrates our Latino-American achievements. ART DISPLAY...
Hispanic Heritage Month- THREE local EVENTS!
The time period Sept 15- Oct 15 celebrates our Latino-American achievements.

ART DISPLAY: Through Oct 20- Carlos Solis, renown Venezuelan artist
at PEACH STATE BANK- 3rd Floor Community Room, Downtown,
Washington & Academy, Open to the Public, Monday-Friday 9-5.

Monday, September 19, 2011

SUNTRUST Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibit - COR

Location: SunTrust Banks, Inc. 303 Peachtree Center Ave. Suite 320 Atlanta, GA 30303
Time: ‎3:00PM Wednesday, September 21st

Monday, August 29, 2011

Iman Perk Calender of Abstract Artist-solo shows-2011
September 2011 Hispanic Heritage: Carlos Solis FANTASY
IMAN PERK Bistro, Washington Street, Gainesville, Georgia

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Sketch Drawing Series

Sketch Drawing 2
Mixed Media
17" x 11"
Price: $150 (Framed)
Price: $100

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

The Perspective of Fine Art in the Latino Community

Why do Latino Organizations in Atlanta, such as, Lanza Group, Latin American Association, etc, etc, have a lack of interest in supporting Latino Artists. And I'm not talking about Singers and Actors. I'm talking about fine Art Artists. There is no interest at all from any part of these groups, companies, politicians and organizations help out our community.

 Why is fine art is not appreciate in our communities? Is it a lack of culture? What can we do to change that?
Recently, I asked several organizations to sponsor us for a exhibit in a Latino Museum in California and none of them were willing to contribute at all. Unbelievable!

Shame on you!!!

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Registry show 2011

This month, Gallery 4463 hosts the second annual Artist Registry Show. Gallery 4463 maintains an active Registry of over 100 artists from all over Georgia and beyond. Once a year, the exhibiting members of Gallery 4463 host a spectacular show that showcases the breadth and variety of the many talented artists who have become supporters of Gallery 4463 through it's Registry.
Ehibit Opens August 6th, and runs through August 28th.

Artist Reception, Saturday, August 6th
from 6 to 9 PM
Admission is free. Refreshments available.


  • Thursday     5:30 to 8:00 PM

  • Friday and Saturdays   12:30 to 8 PM

  • Sundays    12:30 to 5:30 PM

  • Wednesday, July 27, 2011

    Visual Master: Carlos A. Solis: Surreal Art -Paintings

    Visual Master: Carlos A. Solis: Surreal Art -Paintings: "Title: The Construction of the Temple Size: 40' x 30' Acrylics on plywood 2011 Commission Work 20' x 16' Acrylics on Canvas panel 20..."

    Monday, May 23, 2011

    The Good Samaritan

    Painting: The Good Samaritan

    The common perception of what is good or bad could be tricky depending of what culture you are in. When we are approached by someone that seems strange to us even if this person has the best intensions, it could cause a negative response that could turn either rude or scary. My idea of being a good Samaritan is not the one being shown on TV, Movies or other Mediums. In my interpretation, I clearly illustrated a strange being, that we might find scary or intimidating. But, how a good Samaritan looks like shouldn’t be the focus, the focus should be in our actions not our looks. We should be able to sense who brings peace, love and good intentions to assist and help someone in need. The Samaritan in my painting is showing the capacity to give everything he has to offer to the poor man in distress. Each egg represents a part of his soul, heart and possesion. Even though he does not look like much, his action are being praised and admired in the heavens. Everytime he acts with kindness towards his fellow man, the doors of heavens open and all the living things will rejoice with music and songs.

    Monday, April 18, 2011

    10th Annual Auction-Art Atlanta-Hammond House Museum

    Hello Friends,

    Your are cordially invited to the Hammond House Museum annual silent art Auction. I'll be showing one painting.

    Selected Artwork - Recuerdos de Memorias Falsas


    Sold! to the highest bidder. Don’t miss the celebration!

    Join us at Art Atlanta this spring!

    Ten years in the making – we now celebrate Art Atlanta.  Hammonds House Museum’s annual silent and live-juried art auction will bring together a diverse creative community of artists, galleries, art patrons and sponsors to benefit educational programming for youth of all ages. Art Atlanta is a celebration of bringing Art to Atlanta for 10 years.  Join us as we celebrate with Live and Silent Auctions on Saturday, April 30, at the world renowned Bill Lowe Gallery in Midtown Atlanta.  The multi-level Bill Lowe Gallery features architecturally provocative design elements including 18-foot high loft style cement ceilings, interior catwalks, mezzanines and bridges.  Sure to take your art buying experience to the next level.
    Purchase extraordinary artwork at prices designed to support a worthy cause.
    A spectacular evening of art, spirits, music, paired with culinary creations from top Atlanta restaurants.
    • -  Join sophisticated art patrons and supporters of the arts
    • -  100+ modern and contemporary art pieces for sale during an evening of live and silent auctions
    • -  Music by one of Atlanta’s top DJs – DJ 6five
    • -  Community-minded sponsors and supportive media
    • -  Atlanta’s finest purveyors of food and drink
    Buy your tickets today!


    Hammonds House Museum’s 2011 Participating Art Atlanta Artists:

    Derrick Roach
    Vernon Robinson
    Susan J. Ross
    Raphael Sagage
    Pame Sawyer-Smith
    Rob Simmons
    Ayanna Smith
    Stephanie Smith
    Carlos Solis
    Stacy Sternberg
    Faatimah Stevens
    Renee Stout
    Freddie Styles
    James Taylor
    Eric Waters
    Cosmo Whyte

    Thursday, April 14, 2011

    Dogwood Festival

    Hello Friends,

    I'll be painting live and showing some of my work from 2:30 to 7:30

    Dogwood Festival Contact Info

    Atlanta Dogwood Festival
    887 West Marietta Street, NW
    Studio S-105
    Atlanta, GA 30318
    Phone: 404-817-6642
    Fax: 404-817-9508
    Executive Director, Brian Hill -
    Event Coordinator, Lanna Knapp -
    Artist, Food and Volunteer Information -
    Entertainment Booking -


    Sunday, March 27, 2011

    Art Exhibit: Una Mirada Breve

    Friday, April 8 · 11:00am - 5:00pm

    Emory University
    Cox Hall 3rd floor, Emory University, 569 Asbury Cir. Atlanta, GA. 30322

    A Glimpse of Hispanic art in Atlanta
    Brought to you by the Latino Student Organization

    Como to see artwork done by
    Stanley Bermudez
    Aixa Caldera
    Marco Celis
    Rosana Fernandez
    Pedro Fuertes
    Nanybel Salazar
    and Carlos Solis

    Wednesday, March 23, 2011

    Art Exhibit: EQUANIMITY

    Friday, April 8 · 7:00pm - 11:00pm

    The Cherrylion Gallery
    889 Morris Street Northwest
    Atlanta, GA. 30318

    Created By

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    Art Exhibit

    Featuring work by:

    Kevin Chamber
    Pedro Fuertes
    Elio Guevara
    Joseph Karg
    Jose Pena
    Carlos Solis
    Alexi Torres