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Renowned Art Critic/Curator, Bruce Helander on Yuroz’s Symbiosis Collection in Coral Springs Museum of Fine Art 3/12 to 5/28

“[Yuroz is]…a powerhouse of complicated ongoing visual experiments that seem to gather all his experiences and tie them up as a multifaceted bundle of shapes and textures, including swaying branches and intriguing backgrounds that have become a recognizable of the artist’s repertoire.” “… determined to find a new voice and style, this new series was built piece by piece, starting with the trunk of the tree and then, forgive the pun, branching out to the far corners of the canvas. As a mature painter with an international reputation and an admirable exhibition record, Yuroz has explored narrative abstraction for most of his career. Among other things, he has perfected a […]

The Birth of Yuroz’s Venetian Silver Paintings Collection

Yuroz Venetian Silver Collection

Echoing the sensuous beauty of Venetian artisan’s classical technique in applying silver in decorative art and décor, Yuroz fused his classical techniques, his architectural training and his unique contemporary artistic expression in utilizing colors, textures and light and the illusive secret of classical artisans from the 13th to 15th century (Yuroz’s Venetian Silver Process) to create his unique Venetian Silver Paintings Collection. Fascinated by the elegance of the silver color, Yuroz created a timeless series with style, grandeur and sparkling luster. This collection carries the cachet of antique affluence that captures our 21st century’s fascination of the luscious aged look. “It all began when I came across a line of designer furniture featuring […]

About Serigraphy Printing

Before Sunset serigraph by Yuroz

Before Sunset, 36″ x 48″, serigraph on canvas by Yuroz. Edition size 150. Serigraphy is the name commonly **** used for fine art screenprints. It is a time-honored technique, based on stenciling, for creating prints by hand. The term serigraph is a combination of the Welcome Latin word for “silk”, seri and the Greek word for “to write”, graphos. The term serigraph is used to distinguish fine art screenprints from mass-produced commercial screenprints. Serigraphy is the romantic island in the big sea of original fine art reproduction, since it is produced entirely by hand in close collaboration between the artist/publisher and the print studio. Japanese stencil print (1890) Screenprinting can […]