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Baldwin Park Art Stroll
July 9, 2009
6 pm to 9 pm
Orlando, Fl- Come stroll by the new Baldwin Park location of Bullfish at the corner of Jake and Broad Street on July 9th during Baldwin Park’s Art Stroll. BullFish has expanded their already incredible selections including new artists whom will be featured during Baldwin Park’s Art Stroll, 6 to 9 pm.
Featured artist’s are Gena Semenov, Martha Jo Mahoney, Martha Lent and Cindy Anderson. This enthusiastic group will kick off their exhibitions during Baldwin Park’s Art Stroll and will continue to have their work displayed in the new store through July.
Gena Semenov has been showing her work in Bullfish for over seven years and is known locally and nationally for her colorful animal portraits in oil. Born in Massachusetts and a graduate of Ringling School of Art and Design, she has been a longtime resident of Central Florida. She studied under the French Fauvist painter Marco Bronzini who helped her develop her thick, colorful expressionist style. Look for her animal work as well as some large mixed media archetypical figure paintings at the new store.
Martha Jo. Mahoney’s abstract canvases reflects her travels across the Americas, the Far East as well as Florida landscapes where she grew up. Mahoney works with vivid colors in oil, acrylic, chalk and graphite on canvas and paper in a style influenced by modern American “abstract expressionist” painters. After studying Fine Arts at the University of Florida, she moved to the northeast where she developed her style of painting around Chaddsford, Pa, Princeton, NJ and the New York City. Martha has returned to Central Florida where she works out of her studio in Winter Park and continues her exploration of painting.
Martha Lent has been a working Contemporary Fine artist, illustrator, teacher and graphic designer for over 12 years in Central Florida . In her bold canvases and mixed media surfaces she creates the effect of visual kinetic energy, in which form and surface appear alive. Her inspiration’s are the female figure, a love of nature and fashion design.
Cindy A. Anderson uses acrylics or oils on wood for most of her work, she manipulates the surface before, during and after the paint is applied. Then, through glazing and palette knife techniques she creates atmosphere and mood. “Its important to me that the viewer feels the emotion that I’ve put into the work, whether it be peace or outrage, I never want the viewer to leave the work feeling bored.” Cindy’s work can be found in the collections of The Maitland Art Center, Valencia Community College, City of Orlando, The Vue and may other private collections around the country.
Join us on July 9th the new Baldwin Park location of BullFish (4899 New Broad Street, Orlando, Fl 32814, 407.894.3474, www.bullfish.net) with fresh new art, aviation collectibles, a food and wine section, green products, dog and pet accessories, casual clothing and gifts & stationery.