Trapped in Another Dimension with Audrey Hepburn by A. Mor.

Audrey Hepburn mixed media painting.  On display at Wakeupstar in Wynwood, Miami, Florida

Audrey Hepburn mixed media painting. On display at Wakeupstar in Wynwood, Miami, Florida

Presenting a new painting from the “Cube” series by A. Mor.

“Trapped in Another Dimension with Audrey Hepburn”, which has already been viewed at RAW Artist’s sponsored event Kaleidoscope at LMNT gallery, will now be living under WakeUpStar Studio’s roof.

This will be our 2nd stop in Miami’s Art District in 2 months! Our first showing was only a one-night showcase, and now it’s time to spread across the map. It will be living at this wonderful upbeat young gallery from July 28th through September 7th 2013.

Come join the vibe at MIami’s Wynwood gallery, WakeUpStar, for their new season kickoff. The party is all day Sunday, July 28th, from 11am – 11pm.

#WakeUpWynwood Event
WAKEUPSTAR* STUDIO
120 NW 25TH ST
MIAMI, FL 33127
July 28 – 29

For "Portals" exhibit.

For “Portals” exhibit.

Kaleidoscope Night at LMNT Gallery in Wynwood Miami

If the evening of events at LMNT Gallery located in Wynwood in Miami’s Design District could be summed up in one word- it would be Spectacular!

Property of A. Mor. 2013

Property of A. Mor. 2013

A night saturated in creative spirit that could not be contained nor confined to within the walls of the LMNT gallery roared on June 28th, 2013 in that little part of town.  Live bodies walking around the venue covered in art were even seen, in this mass conjunction of creative talent. 

Throughout the entire night, we made friends and attended to our guests in a dizzying fashion that could not be properly reminisced until days after the artistic toxicity was slowly oozed out the pores of the body.  It was a meet and greet, a mixer, a concert event, an exhibition of talent,  and a debauchery all blended together- which made for an excellent collaborative breeding ground.

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The paintings of Iconic Women and from the Cube Series were triumphantly displayed on the walls high up in the air, towering over the crowd and proudly spot-lighted, adorning the air,  and captured from every angle of the room.  People were overheard commenting about the art in most interesting ways, from describing the emotions they felt to interpreting their own perspectives of what they thought the paintings meant.

Artist A. Mor. explaining the artwork.

Artist A. Mor. explaining the artwork.

I had my share of explaining through what seemed to be endless conversations, to the point that my neck muscles were exhausted.  No spectator, who was interested in finding the true meaning behind the paintings, was neglected of a well-rounded verse, as I shared the entire creative process with each and every one of them.

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The night was topped off with a fashion show that created a stir in the night, with it’s provocative designers and models stomping across the runway in their garments, or lack thereof.  Each and every minute was sustained with the intent to quench the inquisitive thirst of every person who dared to ask about the art.

RAW Artist Fashion Show

At the end of the night, we ended up selling some art, making new friends and partners, and setting the stage for out next venture in the Art Movement happening right now in Miami.  The district has already had it’s fill of great artists and venues and the attention is receding, but what seems to be the peak of the district is only the high tide water mark of the precious wave- as a new wave of artists emerge in swells, ready to hit that mark again, and we are riding that wave all the way.

For more information on how you can help and support the art movement, please visit our campaign on IndieGoGo at:

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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Portrait

Copyrighted 2013 A. Mor. Miami

Copyrighted 2013 A. Mor. Miami

Divisionism is concerned with color theory, whereas pointillism is more focused on the specific style of brushwork used to apply the paint.

This took about 40 hours of work and is a mix of acrylic and oil.  It measures 18″ X 24″.

It will be on display and up for sale and/or auction starting on June 28th, where it will be finally exhibited at LMNT Gallery in Wynwood, Miami.  The night will consist of an event hosted by RawArtists.org where music, fashion, art, photography, and live performance art will all be showcased at the venue.

Show starts at 7:00pm. Buy Tickets at the “Tickets On Sale Now” section of this publication site on the left sidebar.

We are looking forward to seeing everyone there.

The Last Cube

The Last Cube ASM A. Mor. Art 2013 Copyright

This is the transition of styles from one to another.  The Cube represents the Universe in it’s entirety and is suspended amongst the different forces that pull, push, expand, support, deteriorate, and are all around everything.  It’s the “Last Cube” piece of this series.

It measures 31″ by 31″ and has golden rich tones with dark highlights and looks breathtaking under a soft spotlight hung above it at the 12 o’clock position.  Signed in the back to hang and frame at the owner’s choice.  Currently standing in the originally painted posture.

“Lone Star” Greta Garbo

Copyright 2012-2013 A.S.M. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright 2012-2013 A.S.M. All Rights Reserved.

Old Hollywood had it’s share of very popular and respected actors, and one of those was Greta Garbo, film actress and an international star and icon during Hollywood’s silent and classic periods..

Publicized with the slogan “Garbo talks!”, Anna Christie (1930), a film adaptation of the 1922 play by Eugene O’Neil, provided her first speaking role. In her first line, she famously utters, “Gimme a whiskey, ginger ale on the side, and don’t be stingy, baby.”

Beginning in the 1940s, she became something of an art collector. Many of the paintings she purchased were of negligible value, but she did buy paintings by Renoir, Rouault, Kandinski, Bonnard, and more.  Her art collection was worth millions when she died in 1990.

Garbo was an international superstar during the late silent era and the “Golden Age” of Hollywood and is widely regarded as a cinematic legend.

This painting measures 16″ by 20″ on thick 1.5″ stretchers, and was made using mixed medias like adhesives, dyes, and acrylic.

Jean Harlow and Helen Hayes – Cube Series Paintings

Copyright A.S.M. 2012- 2013 All Rights Reserved.

Copyright A.S.M. 2012- 2013 All Rights Reserved.

Above:  Jean Harlow in the Cube Series.

Copyright 2012-2013 A.S.M. All Rights Reserved.

Copyright 2012-2013 A.S.M. All Rights Reserved.

Above:  Helen Hayes in “The Sin of Madelon Claudet”  in the Cube Series.  She eventually garnered the nickname “First Lady of the American Theatre” and was one of eleven people who won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony Award.

Each canvas measures 16″ by 20″ was created using acrylic paint media and topped with a semi-gloss finish, unframed.