Exhibitions and Art Festivals
The display of paintings captures the lush and vibrant hues found in Central America, nature's flora and fauna, to the watery grasslands of the Florida Everglades. The inner beauty of all living things is rendered onto canvas while drawing the eye to see past the color and into the life itself.
Connections in Nature explores aspects of our natural world and the human experience with it, aspiring to reveal the inner beauty of the life and fertility that our region’s environment sustains. The Everglades, wherein much of artist Adorable Monique’s inspiration lies, are represented in the vibrant palette and bold styles she was influenced by while growing up in Central America. The trees, mangroves, birds and other fauna of this unique ecosystem are highlighted by vibrant expression, movement, and contrasts of light.
Naples Depot Museum
1051 Fifth Avenue South
Naples, FL 34102
Public Art comprised a series of works inspired by flora and fauna found in the natural world—the Board of Collier County Commissioners Board Room at the Government Center, Naples, Florida.
Inspired in the Everglades, a showcase of paintings exhibited at Norris Center Art Gallery.
Emerging Artist, at the Naples Uptown Festival January 25-26, 2021.
The juried event is a showcase of creations by more than 150 local and national artists from 40 states.
A presentation of a series of works influenced by the natural world that shares the magnificence of nature and raises awareness towards the responsibility of caring for the environment was showcased at the Corkscrew Audubon Swamp Sanctuary Lobby and Art Gallery.
ARTE LATINO NOW 2021, Virtual Exhibition, Performance and Readings.
Participation in the 51 st Annual Raymond James Gasparilla Festival of the Arts Virtual Festival with paintings depicting Florida's flora and fauna. Tampa, Florida.
ARTS FOR ACTS GALLERY, featuring paintings inspired in the lush evergreens and Everglades throughout Florida, exhibited in The White Gallery. Fort Myers, Florida
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