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Venice in Black and White | Virtual Exhibition “Dreams and Realities” by Rosângela Vig

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Rosângela Vig is a Visual Artist and Teacher of Art History.

Venice in Black and White | Virtual Exhibition “Dreams and Realities” by Rosângela Vig

Year: 2001

Technique: Graphite on Paper

Dimensions: 59 x 77 cm

  • Two Exhibitions in Sorocaba – SP – Brasil.

Exhibition Invitation | Evento on Facebook

Venice in Black and White

Artwork available for sale.

The Artist also offers the Artwork for sale in Signed Copy or Engraving, as well as the Scan Image for Wall Panel.

Contact: obrasdarte@obrasdarte.com

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ROSÂNGELA VIG
Sorocaba São Paulo
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E-mail: rosangelavig@hotmail.com

 

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  1. chjapp

    HI, Rosângela: once again we find ourselves, now at Art Works site (Pinewoods, PR). Good, always like to see their works, especially those prospective traits – this Venice in Black and White is beautiful for my current concepts (is that I'm going through a phase of prospects in my work). Today peeked in the works and in the Indian colleague history Preeti Thaker Arora, one of the foreign artist Artworks. Our, is moving. Even print this story to save in my folder “Top Matters”.. A hug São Paulo!

    • Good evening Carlos, thank you!!
      Very good indeed find it always. And that their beautiful black and white works well. I love working with graphite, believe I can sharpen the design with black pencil.
      What beautiful his words and I agree, the story of Preeti Thacker is very beautiful. Her story shows that art can change people always on the bright side. And I will keep an eye on their exposure. I like very much your work.

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