Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Chavelina Cigars Presentation this Friday!
Zu Galeria Fine Arts cordially invites you to join us this coming Viernes Culturales, June 26 from 7pm to 11pm for the presentation of
Zu Galeria Fine Arts...2248 SW 8th St...786-443-5872
Handroller Cigar Corp. is debuting its Chavelina line of cigars. Chavelina is a premium smoke at a very affordable price. Manufactured in the Dominican Republic by Handroller's sister company, these cigars are a product of a family which has been involved in the cigar business for three generations, commencing in the Pinar del Rio region of Cuba.
This Friday only, with the purchase of 3 cigars you will receive one, free of charge.
For more information on Chavelina or their company please check their website at
As part of this unique night at Zu Galeria, we will have a one night only exhibit of artist Eduardo Lacayo's recent collection of cigar themed original works of art.
Eddie as he is called by his friends was born in Managua, Nicaragua. He came to Miami as a young adult and graduated from Miami Dade Community College with an AA degree in Architecture. He continued his studies at FIU where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Science in Art Education. He presently teaches art in the Miami-Dade Public School system where he has also created several murals at various schools.
Exhibiting his line of humidors is Cuban artist Edin Gutierrez.
Edin was born in Santa Clara, Cuba. He studied art in Academia San Alejandro in Havana. He has taught Drawing and Graphic Illustration at the Instituto de Turismo in Havana. Edin is a very talented artist and restorer and worked for Restoration of Antiques and Paintings, at the Museo de Bellas Artes in Havana. He also participated in restoring St. Patrick Church, New York Public Library, Masonic Lodge and American Stock Exchange in New York City. Edin has participated in numerous solo and collective exhibitions in Paris, New York, Nashville, and Florida.
Currently exibiting is Pedro Mendizabal's "Sueños en Libertad ", as well as works by Salvador Lorenzo, Tony Nunez, Candida Rodriguez, Ana Maria Sarlat, Leonardo Severo, Carlos Sutil, Yordis and new works by Carlos Acostaneyra.
Ceramics by Dora Fiser and Evelio Lecour. Handcrafted jewelry by Cristina and MABO.