2019-09-07T12:50:05-04:00

Thank you!

Thank you so much to everyone who made it last week to the opening reception for my solo exhibition “Una pausa en un apuro” at Gallery 221 HCC Dale Mabry. I’m extremely happy with the amazing turnout and support from family, friends, colleagues and the HCC student community. Also thank you to the wonderful HCC Gallery 221 team – Amanda Jeanelle Poss, Emiliano Settecasi, Edgar Sanchez Cumbas and Ashley Williams among others for the amazing support!

If you haven’t seen the exhibition you can visit the gallery during regular hours. “Una pausa en un apuro” will be on view until September 26, 2019.

Blown OFF! and El chorro peleando II, 2019 | Galvanized steel wire | Approx. 7 ft x 4 ft x 2 ft

2019-08-09T15:04:29-04:00

Heads up!

Hours of operation heads up!

Message via Gallery 221 at HCC:

“Attention! The library at the HCC Dale Mabry Campus is closed, but Gallery 221 and the two exhibitions on display are open! From now until August 19, to view Gabriel Ramos’ and Kenny Jensen’s exhibitions, call the gallery office (813) 253-7386 during our hours of operation and we will let you in!”

Also make sure to mark your calendar:

The reception and panel discussion with the artists is Thursday, August 29, 5-8pm!

Image courtesy of HCC Gallery 221. Una pausa en un apuro | Gabriel Ramos.

 

 

2019-07-30T17:18:08-04:00

El Chorro Peleando II

Here’s one my latest works El Chorro Peleando II.  This work was featured at Leslie Curran Gallery for the exhibition Knuckle Sandwich and it’s currently on view at my solo exhibition Una pausa en un apuro at Gallery 221 | HCC Dale Mabry Campus.

El chorro peleando II, 2019 Galvanized Steel Wire

2019-07-30T16:41:35-04:00

Now Open!

After several weeks of preparation and installation, my solo exhibition “Una pausa en un apuro” (A pause in a hurry) is now open at Gallery 221 | HCC Dale Mabry Campus. The exhibition features works on paper, sculptural pieces and a large art installation. “Una pausa en un apuro” will be open from July 29 to September 26, 2019 with an opening reception and panel discussion alongside artist Kenny Jensen on August 29 from 5 – 8 pm (Panel discussion starting at 6pm). For more information make sure to check out Gallery 221 | HCC Dale Mabry Campus

2019-07-09T14:54:45-04:00

Last Chance!

This Saturday (July 13, 2019) is the last day to check out the exhibition “Knuckle Sandwich” at Leslie Curran Gallery | St. Petersburg FL. The exhibition features works by Denis Gaston and I. So if you haven’t check it out make sure to visit the exhibition!

Here’s a brief description about the show courtesy of Leslie Curran Gallery:

“DENIS GASTON’s grit-and-grind artwork is chock-full of colorful characters playing a part in elusive narrative threads that are personal to the painter while subjective to the viewer’s interpretation. GABRIEL RAMOS’ evocative wire sculptures are inspired by his vibrant childhood memories of Puerto Rico’s energetic culture, with each piece being a fantasyland of rough-and-tumble lines frozen in time and enriched by explorations of the radiant details contained therein.”

For more information check out Leslie Curran Gallery

Untitled entertainment, 2019 Galvanized steel wire. Dimensions: Approx. 18″ x 36″ x 12″

 

2019-05-23T20:06:06-04:00

Upcoming Exhibition | Knuckle Sandwich

Hi Guys! I’m quite excited to announce my upcoming exhibition titled “Knuckle Sandwich” along with artist Denis Gaston at Leslie Curran Gallery in St Petersburg FL. The exhibition is curated by Robin Perry Dana and it features works by Denis and I. Knuckle Sandwich will be on view from June 3 – July 13, 2019. The opening reception will be on June 8, 2019 from 6 – 9pm (in conjunction with St Petersburg’s Second Saturday ArtWalk)

Here’s a brief description about the show courtesy of Leslie Curran Gallery:

“DENIS GASTON’s grit-and-grind artwork is chock-full of colorful characters playing a part in elusive narrative threads that are personal to the painter while subjective to the viewer’s interpretation. GABRIEL RAMOS’ evocative wire sculptures are inspired by his vibrant childhood memories of Puerto Rico’s energetic culture, with each piece being a fantasyland of rough-and-tumble lines frozen in time and enriched by explorations of the radiant details contained therein.”

For more information check out Leslie Curran Gallery

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