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Yuroz One-Man Exhibition at Coral Springs Museum of Art, FL

In becoming fascinated by the stark splendor and metaphorical significance of the forces of trees, each alone and in the forest as a whole, Yuroz began a visual documentary of my personal transformational relationship with nature. In the new “Symbiosis” Collection, the artist demonstrates perspectives with a dimensional rhythm and invites viewers to follow each branch of the trees, read into each layer and each shade. This visual exploration attempts to deliver viewers in accord with nature’s order of peace and harmony.

Compositions are repeated in this collection with different shades of a different color system, intending to evoke the varied energy each color transcends to viewers. This activates vibration that feeds into the individual centers in our personal energy system, the Chakras, which in return creates a deeper connection to the art within us. We invite viewers to experiment and see which distinctive piece in this collection connects with them most. “Symbiosis” attempts to offer a little recalibration to the energy centers of viewers as they unearth their personal amity with the forces of ultimate benevolence.

Yuroz One-Man Exhibition at Coral Springs Museum of Art, FL

In becoming fascinated by the stark splendor and metaphorical significance of the forces of trees, each alone and in the forest as a whole, Yuroz began a visual documentary of my personal transformational relationship with nature. In the new “Symbiosis” Collection, the artist demonstrates perspectives with a dimensional rhythm and invites viewers to follow each branch of the trees, read into each layer and each shade. This visual exploration attempts to deliver viewers in accord with nature’s order of peace and harmony.

Compositions are repeated in this collection with different shades of a different color system, intending to evoke the varied energy each color transcends to viewers. This activates vibration that feeds into the individual centers in our personal energy system, the Chakras, which in return creates a deeper connection to the art within us. We invite viewers to experiment and see which distinctive piece in this collection connects with them most. “Symbiosis” attempts to offer a little recalibration to the energy centers of viewers as they unearth their personal amity with the forces of ultimate benevolence.

“The Great Art Gap” by David Ferrell, Los Angeles Times Magazine

  L.A. Times Magazine cover article on February 3, 2003 by David Ferrell.  Yuroz is the only other artist that was featured by this magazine’s cover story besides Andy Warhol. “… A woman named Michelle Neild talked of a personal art collection consisting of Picasso, Mir-, Chagall, Matisse and her No. 1 favorite, Yuroz: “Nothing comes close to Yuroz in my opinion.” Another admirer, Steve Berglas, waved a hand at more than three dozen vibrant pieces hanging in the main showroom. He labeled the psychological themes unsurpassed: “Where do you find an artist who has that breadth?… ” “… He gives so freely,” says collector Chris Schran, who has seen more […]