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 Artist Name 

La Mano Fria

Gertraud Schoen

David Nerwen

Reva Freedman 2016-17

Grace Arts FL feature


Posthumous Exhibit Press Release

Reinterpreting the Pioneer 

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Steven Castro aka La Mano Fria

Grace Cafe & Galleries 2015-16

Graphic Designer, Typographer and Graffiti Writer
▪ Performing Artist at international festivals: Sonar 2004, Barcelona, Spain; Medelink 2008 in Medellin, Colombia.
Artist Exhibition
▪ Featured Art exhibitor: Tag Gallery 2004 Holland and Uplink Gallery 2005-2013, Japan
▪ 2011, Culture-consultant at ‘Product 81’ x South Florida Ford ‘Fordista’ Artists
▪ 2013-2015, Founder of ‘Miami & Tokyo Beer Tour’ Projects and Artistic design work for labels of ‘Asahi,’ ‘Kirin,’ ‘Hitachino Nest Beer [Japan],’ ‘Minerva and Magna [Mexico],’ ‘Sweetwater,’ ‘New Belgium Brewery,’ and ‘Hatuey’ [USA]
▪'Jets' project at the Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale

▪Live mural art at 2015 'R&J' Shakespeare adaptation in Fort Lauderdale and Wynwood 'Lightbox' project at the Goldman Warehouse, Miami (work sold in 2016 to noted Fort Lauderdale art collector)

Gertraud Schoen 

Grace Cafe and Galleries 2008 - 17

2007 Galerie der Kreissparkasse Augsburg - Buchvorstellung und Ausstellung "No Shooting in Paradise“
2007 Keim Farben, Diedorf, "Mensch-Farbe“
2006 Karen Lynn Gallery, Boca Raton USA,
2005 Galerie Neuendorf, Memmingen
2004 Kunstverein Bobingen, "Zeitfenster“
2003 Stadttheater Augsburg
2002 Stadtsparkasse Schwabmünchen, "Transparenz“
2001 Galerie an der Bahnhofstross, Sankt Gallen
2000 Museum Oberschönenfeld, Zeitspuren "Farbspuren“,
1999 Universität Eichstätt, "Frauen“
1999 Galerie Arrigo, Zürich, "Spiel um Mohn“
1998 Galerie Neuendorf Memmingen, "Faszination Ägypten"
1997 Galerie Ruf, München
1992 Holbeinhaus, Augsburg, "Erde-Licht“
1987-1991 - multiple shows in China and Europe






David Nerwen

Grace Cafe & Galleries 2008 - 17 

Printing and graphics design professional for over 40 years, and devoted to fiber art, experiments with 3-dimensional forms including clay, paper, metal and wood. Using a variety of complex hand stitching techniques with 100% tapestry wool yarn on canvas to build abstract geometric compositions one-of-a-kind framed fiber art.

Exhibits include: A Mano Gallery, Lambertville, N.J., American Craftsman, Manhattan and Stockbridge, MA., Alianza, Boston, MA., Brookfield Craft Centre, Brookfield, CT., The Klay Gallery, Nyack, NY., Fiber Art Center, Amherst, MA., Lattitude Gallery, Boston, MA. and Grace Café and Galleries, in Florida since 2008. Exhibited in many juried art shows including the Smithsonian Craft Show in Washington, D.C. 2006 and 2008; Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT.; and Crafts America, Washington, D.C.; special exhibit of large canvases at the Bridgeport Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, CT.

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