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OceanUS Mural.

WHAT: Miami Humankind has always understood the great importance of water. The Peace Mural Foundation, a non-profit public education through art organization based in Miami, has dedicated an exhibit “OceanUS Mural” to raising awareness for some of the most harmful human activities to the ocean. The heart of the mural, will be so large people will feel like they are in an aquarium (BUT WITHOUT THE GUILT!).

WHO: Huong, were first inspired to create a mural on the ocean in 2010 when she witnessed the BP oil spill. 5 years in the making the mural will be completed this December with an unveiling event during Art Basel.

WHERE: at Miami Art Palace 7900 SW 77th Ave. Miami. Fl, 33143 on Saturday December 3 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please RSVP: miamiartpalace@gmail.com For your inspiring experience at Miami Art Palace and to visit artist Huong.

Miami is an ideal city for The OceanUS Project. Many of the world’s major ocean issues are also local problems for Miami. These issue include, over fishing , trash and cruise ship pollution, and sewage dumping.

This spectacular and timely exhibit is both evocative and provocative will carriers the power to echo for years to come. Her OceanUS Mural collectively form a body of work that addresses the worldwide  issue today. This is a MUST-SEE  Art event.

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ABOUT HUONG

Huong has exhibited more than 100 solo expositions in the United States and Canada, and has been featured in national news outlets like PBS, The Huffington Post, New York Times, and Washington Post. She has been hosted by the Department of Homeland Security, National Council of La Raza,US Capitol in Washington DC and she had sponsors like the American Library Association. The institution of National Policy study and many more. For press review of her work, google : Peacemural by Huong.

ABOUT ART PALACE

A popular Landmark with its dome-structured roof and minarets, a mysterious sight from the Palmetto 826 Expressway and 878 Hwy, the mansion – known as the Miami Art Palace  – has been the artist’s studio and the Haven for Art Lovers since 1995. The gallery features more than 10,000 square feet dedicated to art.  A much needed space since Huong’s masterpieces, War and Peace Murals, are comprised of thousands of painted canvases that include interactive panels, encouraging public participation and discussion. The Grand Estate with its Majestic Dome, designed in 1982 by earthquake scientist Humberto Contreras, represents the beauty of Mediterranean architecture and has survived all the hurricanes that have swiped through Florida, including Andrew.  The Miami Art Palace surrounded by a real tropical paradise with exotic orchids, bromeliad and a manicured bonsai collection, a water lily-covered reflection pond and a 12 foot sculpture by Nicole Taillon of Canada called The Magnificent Hunter.

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Exhibition To Serve As Catalyst
For Action For Peace

Miami: working with the Peace Mural Foundation, Inc. and other non-profit organizations dedicated to the message of peace, internationally renowned artist Huong will display her interactive, 200 foot-long exhibit of more than 1,000 paintings known as the Peace Mural. After the awake for the election, when the nation themed with racial hostility the Vietnam war refugee-turned artist and peace activist will also unveil a new painting entitled if you are during the exhibition’s opening ceremonies at 10:00 am on  Saturday, December 3 at Miami Art Palace, the exhibit will be open to the public December 1, 2016 / January 31, 2017. The Peace Mural is designed to be a highly interactive experience for those who see it,  it;s far more than an art exhibit. It’s inspirational and provocative, deeply educational, spiritual and politically charged as it resonates the hope and vision for peace within all society.
The artist Huong will be available onsite with her participatory workshop: MESSAGE TO THE NEW PRESIDENT.

Each viewer is asked: “What would you like to ask Donald Trump about what is going on in the nation and the world? Huong’s talent, her remarkable energy and her positive personality unify the public’s opinions and transform them into art. Her goal is to inform and inspire the public through art and to empower people to express their thoughts and feelings on the Mural not matter their point of view. “She is exquisitely open-minded”, said Barbara Miller, program manager at Broward  Main Library.
This cathartic and memorable work, which focuses on the peace to overcome the pain divisive and hostility of the nation after 2016 election as seen by the artist through the lens of her own experience led to the creation of the peace mural, a collection of more than 1,000 individual paintings 10 years in the making  that express a message of peace throughout the world.

The one month exhibition in a 10,000 sq. ft. venue is free and will be weekly open to the public on January 2017 Saturday 7 and  Sunday 8 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm Sponsored by the non-profit organization Peace Mural Foundation and The Art Palace. The exposition includes a diverse program and civic dialogues on themes of art, education, spirituality, public policy and citizen action for the advancement of a culture of peace.
“It will be a gigantic book for public viewing and reading about the peace for many generations to come. I hope to interview many participants and listen to many different voices of America. Looking foward to meeting you for this endeavor” Huong said recently.

PEACE IS OUR GIFT TO EACH OTHER
So stop for a moment. See what dialogue looks like, and hear the many voices. YES WE CAN hear each other with respect. It’s the path to the peace.

WHEN: January 7 & 8 (Saturday, Sunday) from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
WHERE: Miami Art Palace 7900 SW 77th Ave, Miami, Florida 33124

 

 

International artist merges art with voices of people

Jun 12, 2016

Internationally renowned artist Huong asked the public to discuss the policies and personalities of the presidential candidates from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 12 with a free exhibit of a 100-foot-long by 8-foot-tall interactive mural. The public was able to incorporate opinions into designed sections of the mural for others to discuss and read. Set up along Washington Avenue in South Beach, the mural includes original artwork focused on the three remaining candidates: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump.

Carl Justecjuste@miamiherald.com

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/entertainment/visual-arts/article83344947.html#storylink=cpy

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