Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Making of “Lovers’ Embrace” – How it’s done

From sketches to line drawings to studies to final composition, every image in this Romantic Impasto Collection went through a progression of steps.  We followed Yuroz around in the making of the Lovers’ Embrace and took some behind the scenes snapshots to share.  Hope you enjoy viewing the progression of this beautiful painting. “Painting with a knife is fast-paced, exciting and fun but I still stick to my training and my daily regimen. Sketching is a painter’s warm up exercise but that is where new ideas are represented for the first time. Using just a pencil to repeatedly sketch the same ideas, that’s how we perfect our compositions and designs. Sometimes […]

Yuroz’s Limited Edition serigraph acquired into the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego into their permanent collection

Kiss Under Red Hat Serigraph by Yuroz

On August 23rd, we learned that the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego has acquired Yuroz’s 1992 release of Kiss Under the Red Hat, a limited edition serigraph on paper, 60 x 40 inches (152.4 x 101.6 cm) into its permanent collection. This acquisition was made possible by the generous donation of Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Tami Lang. Kiss under the Red Hat depicts a capsule of romantic longing where the man sifts through the woman’s hair with his fingers like sand through an hourglass and she teases his chin with a caress of her fingernail. She dangles her private love from her finger tips in the form of Yuroz’s iconic blue […]

Art New York 2016 Show Excerpts

Yuroz booth at Art New York 2016

This year marked our first participation at the Art New York art fair. We received amazing support, starting show planning to post show where we had the highest level of engagement in sharing Yuroz’s art. The exhibit walls were beautiful and tall, allowing for a splendid display. In addition to our booth space, we were invited to showcase Yuroz’s Symbiosis Collection in the fair’s Public Spaces Project. The soothing energy from Yuroz’s contemporary representation of trees in this museum collection gave the public dining space and the exhibition hall a distinctively calming but vibrant feeling. Despite of the sea of people during show time, viewers were able to sit and take a […]