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Welcome to my blog! Sometimes, I write in Spanish, others in English, but basically this is my daily diary of sorts. Los invito a mi blog, que es como un diário de mis eventos y escritos que a veces son en español, y a veces en inglés...

Thursday, September 10, 2009

(UPDATE) Diosas, Virgenes o Martires?

Diosas, Virgenes, o Martires?

Zu Galeria is proud to present our second group exhibit this year,

Diosas, Virgenes o Martires?

A group exhibit that includes painting, photography and sculpture by our roster of artists plus various international artists as well.

Join us this September 12, from 8pm to 11pm

Zu Galeria Fine Arts...2248 SW 8th ST...786-443-5872

Refreshments will be served.

Partial Proceeds of tonight's sales will benefit Lotus House.
For More Information please go to their website at

Paintings by:

Carlos Acostaneyra, Mayra Abo, Karin Aldrey, Carlos Artime, Julio Batista, Jose Chiu, Rosario D'Rivera, Elvira de las Casas, Carlos Eloy, Margarita Garcia Alonso, Felix Gonzalez, Julsan, Sergio Lastres, Noel Leon, Salvador Lorenzo, Pedro Mendizabal, Joel Nuñez, Tony Nuñez, Teresa Ortiz, Luis Pardini, Trinidad Pino, Lourdes Porrata, Candida Rodriguez, and Leonardo Severo.

Photography by:

Alfredo Betancourt, Sara Garcia, German Guerra, Lapitu and Marta Ramos

Sculptures by:

Dora Fiser, Liliana Folta, and Evelio Lecour

Special performance by opera singer Rolando Polo.

Rolando Polo was born in Cuba where he began to study music, acting and theatre at a very young age. He came to the USA at an early age, and began his career as an opera singer in the zarzuela La Verbena de la Paloma with Opera Study USA. His first singing contest gave him the opportunity to win a scholarship to study in Canada, where he also gave his first concert. He graduated from both the Conservatory in Salamanca and Escuela Superior de Canto in Madrid. He also studied italian opera musical interpretation at the Conservatory in Barcelona. He has sung operetta and musicals, such as The King and I and Pirates of Penzance with PPTOPA. He currently lives in Miami where he teaches music and singing.

For more information on Rolando Polo please email him directly at

Pictured, "El Martirio del Pan" by Lapitu.

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