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The Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show. The Home Show takes place Labor Day Weekend from September 2-6, 2016 at the Miami Beach Convention Center

The #AtHomewithArt feature area is an opportunity for show-goers to meet South Florida artists and see a sample of their work. Artists are selected through a submission process based on not only their commitment to their profession, but also their dedication to the Visual Arts Community. This commitment is reflected in their work in education or non-profit organizations, and events that benefit the public’s awareness of the local art scene.

Within six booths grouped together, show-goers can meet their art and see a curated exhibit of paintings, sculptures, and photography. Often artists will sketch or paint onsite while taking the time to explain creative process and intention, allowing the viewer to engage with the work on a deeper level.

Representatives from three non-profit arts organizations will also be onsite: Viernes Culturales/Little Havana Art District; Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance; and Little Haiti Mural Project (LHMP).

“I can say that 99% of my art collection is made up of works from artists I have either met or interacted with personally. I feel that it’s so important to have some kind of context behind the signature, to know the little things that factor into the inspirations and processes that make each artist unique,” comments Yuval Ofir, Founder and Curator of the Little Haiti Mural Project (an offshoot of Art Beat Miami started in 2014.) “For me, it gives an added appreciation to each piece I acquire when I have a personal story associated with it. That’s what makes the Home Design and Remodeling Show such a great opportunity for the artists who get to participate. They get to have that one on one interaction with the people who, at the end of the day, are the ones who hold the key to collector’s homes and hearts.”

The 2016 #AtHomewithArt Ambassador Artists are:

Paintings and photography by Alessandro Abate, Aquarela Sabol, Nate Dee, Rei Ramirez and Teepop of the Little Haiti Mural Project curated by Yuval Ofir;
Photography by Charles Trainor Jr., Jennifer Kay, Marice Cohn Band, C.W. Griffin, and Patrick Farrell, along with works by Edouard Duval-Carrié, Creative Director of the Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance – curated by Carl Juste of IPC Visual Lab;
Paintings by Rolando Elejalde, Annie M, and Marta Ismail of Viernes Culturales/Little Havana Art District curated by Pati Vargas;

Paintings and sculptures by MANO, Josepo, and Jorge Ballara. Cuqui Beguiristain (member of the steering committee) of the Bird Road Art District curates;

Paintings, photography and sculpture by Lorie Ofir, Rosee Camafreita, Darren Johnson; and

Sculptures and paintings by Ivan Castillo Lagrange, and Bartus Bartolomes.

To read more about the artists and find information about other features of the Home Show, visit www.homeshows.net/featured.html

When, Where and Ticket Information:

September 2-6, 2016 | Labor Day Weekend
Friday, September 2: 6:00 pm -10:30 pm
Saturday, September 3: 12:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Sunday, September 4: 12:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Monday, September 5: (Labor Day) 12:00 pm -7:30 pm
Tuesday, September 6: 6:00 pm -10:30 pm

Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
www.homeshows.net
flhomeshows@gmail.com
Facebook url: https://www.facebook.com/ events/1774999989408960/
Ticket url: http://ow.ly/8g4G302jfFK

Regular Price $10 adults, $1.00 children under 11.  Special adult admission discount of $3 with online ticket purchases by September 1, 2016.

Home Design and Remodeling Show

Showcasing thousands of innovative products and services from leaders in the home improvement industry. Find the latest trends in residential and commercial renovation, landscaping, design, furniture, fine art, decor, home security, hurricane protection, and more.

More than 40 years dedicated to improving quality of life in the home through entertaining seminars presented by nationally recognized television design celebrities; and educational interactions with South Florida’s emerging to well-established Interior Designers, Artists, and Chefs.