Monday, July 9, 2012

Guest Resident Artist Mishou Sanchez

Perky, bubbly, beautiful, upon meeting her it’s not hard to see where the creative energies come from. The bright vibrant colors of her Indulgence Series have the feel of this title. Batter-like paint tempts involvement from the viewer.  You have to touch it, rub your hands across it and indulge. All these are nothing but encouraged by the artist who, was witnessed many times in her show taking these pieces from the wall and insisting people touch them, feel their weight, and interact with the art.

 A fine artist but also a designer Mishou feverishly moves from one series to another. So at her recent show at the Hoffman Porges Gallery “Philosophy – Recent Works by Mishou Sanchez” there were several of her series represented. As you look to the upper level of the gallery dead center were the eyes of some of modern arts recent visionaries peering back at you. These are the eyes of none other than Salvador Dali, Freda Khalo, Jean-Michel Basquiat and others.

This prolific and extremely accomplished Tampa Bay artist (and yes, architect) still has some works that can be seen in Ybor at the Hoffman Porges gallery and will be featured in some of the West Tampa Center for the Arts (WTCA) upcoming Shows.

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