Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Art Exhibit: Spirituality

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       905 Juniper Studio
      Art opening:Friday at 7:00pm until December 15 at 10:00pm
      What does “Spirtuality” mean? Spirtuality is personal. It is our soul. It is our connection with God, nature and our fellow human beings. Come and explore your Spirtuality through the eyes of local artist’s Monika Ruiz, Rey Vargas, Carlos Solis, Maria Lucia Sarmiento, Tamara Hyde, Larry Holland, Feliz Berroa, Jose Pena and Domingo Castro Olivero.

Monday, November 25, 2013

Prints for sale!

Hello friends and followers,

I just want to let you know that I'm selling prints of some of my works. If you have any questions, feel free to call me.
Price rates from $30 to $200
I accept credit cards.


Prints available:


 






















Thank you,

Carlos
678-920-3425



Link: http://carlosaugustossolis.blogspot.com/p/surreal-paintings.html

Monday, November 4, 2013

New Painting: San Benito


San Benito de Palermo
Oil on canvas
30" x 24"
2013

Benedict the Moor, O.F.M., (Italian: San Benedetto il Moro, 1526 – April 4, 1589) was an Italian Franciscan friar in Sicily who is venerated as a saint in the Catholic[1] and Lutheran churches.[2] Born of Moorish (or African) slaves, he was freed at birth and became known for his charity. As a young man he joined a Franciscan-affiliated hermit group, whose leader he became. In 1564 he was sent to the Franciscan friary in Palermo, where he continued good works.
Veneration of Benedict is spread throughout Latin America, from Mexico through Argentina. In Venezuela, particularly, his devotion is spread through the country's various states, and he is celebrated on many different dates, according to the local traditions.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Monday, October 14, 2013

Art Opening: Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series competition in Atlanta.

My artwork has been selected to exhibit at the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series competition in Atlanta.  
Event info:


Mason Murer
199 Armour Dr.
Atlanta, GA 30324
October 17th, 2013
7pm – 10pm

Selected piece: "The Right to Joy"
Oil on canvas
60" x 48"
2012

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Art exhibit: "Divided State of America"


“The Divided State of America” an art exhibit and discussion panel seeking to inspire constructive discussion to heal political, religious and social fractures

Our nation is divided and to many Americans, the issues that divide us –budget, health care, immigration, energy, foreign policy, race, the economy, class, religion, pollution, taxes, welfare, social security, war, sexual orientation - seem insurmountable.

"The Divided State Of America", a provocative new, larger than life, nine-piece collection of paintings by San Francisco spray paint artist, Chor Boogie, commissioned by scientist, inventor, immigrant, and entrepreneur, Dr. Nirmal Mulye, highlights the tension between the broken pieces of an ideologically fractured America.

"The Divided State Of America" made it's national debut at in Charlotte, N.C. last October, 2012, and was lauded by critics and the public alike as "groundbreaking", "powerful", "disturbing", "provocative", "impactful", "inspiring", "timely", and "controversial”. The traveling exhibit comes directly from California and is based on the original work.

The Divided State of America Exhibit will also feature local artist. We have asked local artist from various backgrounds to depict in their painting the following "How does it feel to a US citizen today? Or what they think represents the USA today in a world or local view? Come and see the following artist and their work  Spoon, Monika Ruiz, Jason Hollingsworth, Ronnie Phillips, Brent Walker,  Ray Vargas, Son of Moon, Carlos Solis, Lisa Kabus and more.



On Saturday, October 12th a preview discussion panel featuring Jay Hakes, former Director of the Carter Library, Nirmal Mulye Founder and President of Norstum Pharmaceutical and Norstrum Energies as well as other guest panelists will address the social issues facing this nation. The town-hall meeting is by invitation only. If, you would like to be considered to participate in these discussions please contact Adriana@studio905onjuniper.com.

Grand Opening Friday October 11th – the grand opening from 6pm to 10pm
Saturday Oct. 12th from 2:00pm to 6pm & Monday Oct.13th from 11:00 to 6:00pm, the exhibit will remain until Oct. 20th from 12:00 pm to 6:00pm.
Atlanta will have the opportunity to experience this powerful and provocative series up close and personal at Studio 905 on Juniper located at 905 Juniper Street NE unit 109, Atlanta, Georgia.
for further information please contact Adriana@studio905onjuniper.com.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

New painting: March Of Heroes


March of Heroes
72" x 60"
oil on Canvas
2013

 
March of Heroes


This painting is about the formation of what to many at the time was the promise land, “America.” Which includes North, South and Central America.
Standing in the middle, riding his white horse is Simon Bolivar(The Liberator) .
Bolívar played a key role in Latin America's successful struggle for independence from the Spanish Empire, and is today considered one of the most influential politicians in the history of the Americas. Bolívar participated in the foundation of the first union of independent nations in Hispanic-America, a republic, known as Gran Colombia, of which he was president from 1819 to 1830. Bolívar remains regarded in Hispanic-America as a hero, visionary, revolutionist, and liberator. During his lifetime, he led Venezuela, Colombia (including Panama at the time), Ecuador, Peru (together with Don José de San Martín), and Bolivia to independence, and helped lay the foundations for democratic ideology in much of Latin America.

On the left, is Toussaint Louverture. He was the leader of the Haitian Revolution. His military genius and political acumen led to the establishment of the independent black state of Haiti, transforming an entire society of slaves into a free, self-governing people. The success of the Haitian Revolution shook the institution of slavery throughout the New World.

Toussaint Louverture began his military career as a leader of the 1791 slave rebellion in the French colony of Saint Domingue. Initially allied with the Spaniards of neighboring Santo Domingo, Toussaint switched allegiance to the French when they abolished slavery. He gradually established control over the whole island, expelled British invaders and used political and military tactics to gain dominance over his rivals. Throughout his years in power, he worked to improve the economy and security of Saint Domingue. He restored the plantation system using paid labour, negotiated trade treaties with Britain and the United States and maintained a large and well-disciplined army.

In 1801 he promulgated an autonomist constitution for the colony, with himself as governor for life. In 1802 he was forced to resign by forces sent by Napoleon Bonaparte to restore French authority in the former colony. He was deported to France, where he died in 1803. The Haitian Revolution continued under his lieutenant, Jean-Jacques D

The figure on the right is George Washington. was the first President of the United States (1789–1797), the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He presided over the convention that drafted the Constitution, which replaced the Articles of Confederation and established the position of President.

Washington had a vision of a great and powerful nation that would be built on republican lines using federal power. He sought to use the national government to preserve liberty, improve infrastructure, open the western lands, promote commerce, found a permanent capital, reduce regional tensions and promote a spirit of American nationalism.[5] At death, Washington was eulogized as "first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen" by Henry Lee.

The face in the middle is Doña Manuela Sáenz
(December 27, 1797, or possibly 1795 – November 23, 1856) was born in Quito, Viceroyalty of New Granada (Present-day Ecuador) and died in Paita, Peru. She was a revolutionary hero of South America, who also became the mistress of the South American revolutionary leader, Simón Bolívar.
She began an eight-year collaboration and intimate relationship with Bolivar that lasted until his death in 1830. After she prevented an 1828 assassination attempt against him and facilitated his escape, Bolivar began to call her, "Libertadora del Libertador", the 'liberator of the liberator' and she was celebrated and given many honors. For many years after their deaths, their contributions to the revolutions of South America were suppressed and although those of Bolivar were revived a decade later and he was returned to the status of a hero, Manuela's role generally was overlooked until the late twentieth century.

The two figure standing are of a former slave (Left) welcoming and presenting a golden coin with the shape of America to the ones who fought for his freedom and a Native American posturing with skepticismm the arrival of men from strange lands.

The figure on the botton is a hand clothes wringer. In my vision a saw a piece of cloth coming out with the shape of North and South American. On top, there is and Angel witnessing the formation of the “New World.”


Friday, February 8, 2013

Art event


You are invited to The Bows ArtSS BASH Silent Art Auction & Party

Saturday February 16, 2013  
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM  
  
Motorcars of Georgia  
Aston Martin, Lamborghini & Lotus 
7865 Roswell Road 
Sandy Springs, GA 30350
  

Individual Ticket, $70

Festive Attire

In the Silent Art Auction the BASH will feature renowned artists Steve Penley, best known for his bold and vibrant paintings of historical and popular icons, and Kevin Cole whose work celebrates history, survival and a personal memory of a time and place.
Performing throughout the evening will be Billy Wilkie, Jazz and Blues musician.

 Click to read more information about the BASH


Friday, January 18, 2013