Eleazar Delgado at the Center
By DowntownMiami.com | Published: July 16 2012
Eleazar Delgado's work will be exhibited at the Downtown Miami Residents and Visitors Center from July 23 - August 21st
July 23 - August 21st
Downtown Miami Residents and Visitors Center
900 South Miami Avenue Space 183
Nestled in the heart of Brickell, the Downtown Miami Residents and Visitors Center presented by DowntownMiami.com is all about presenting the best that Downtown Miami has to offer. Being a resource for all things "Miami", art just has to be in the mix of what we present to residents and visitors.
Join us as we present works of Eleazar Delgado. It was in Miami where he began his Architecture explorations. Graduating at
the peak of the Deconstruction Movement in 1987 from the Universidad Central de
Venezuela, his thesis on the Penal Courthouse for Metropolitan Caracas received
During the 1980’s Eleazar fell in the... love with
Miami’s vivid colors in of the city and its native surroundings. The radiant
sunshine and gleaming colors of the night influenced the choice to paint the
story of Miami.
After a successful venture in Architecture and Interior
Design, he grew tired of the rigidity of those forms of expression. Architecture
is about space. The process is always restrained. Interior design is about other
people’s psychology. Painting is the creators’ own vision. Having always
struggled against the methods he was taught, it was time to seek release of
These days his work has gone back to his origins, his inner
voice. Painting, epic painting was the earliest artistic fascination. The
compelling relationship between history and art is often depicted but rarely
realized as a story that appeals to all your senses.
The journey has come
full circle, back to Miami where he applies his research of reading between the
lines and seeing behind the lights to present oil paintings as a 3-dimensional
Starting August 28th the Downtown Miami Residents and Visitors Center will showcase artists participating in Last Tuesdays Brickell Art Walk. Each month a piece from each participating Brickell Art Walk (BAW) artist will be on display providing the look and feel of the BAW programming.