Monday, August 27, 2012

Wings Of Art presents BEU

Saturday, August 25th Wings of Art had another successful event called BEU. This event was "different" as all the guest had said during the night. But, a good different. Normally, when we go or think about art shows we think of paintings, sculptures, or something in that sort.

Well, the Wings Of Art presents BEU art show showcased 5 amazing guys from Florida and New York, who range from photography to graphic design. 

These guys came up with the movement of their brotherhood called BEU. BEU stands for BE You or BEing You.

The message of the night was to inspire and encourage people to BE themselves, whether it's being comfortable in your own skin or pursuing a dream. The belief is to embrace your uniqueness as an artist and/or as a person.

Cool Vibes + Great Pastries + Amazing Artwork= BEUtiful event

Phil | Che | Me | Alex | Stan | Prince Sivad 
A BEUtiful & Successful Event

Monday, June 4, 2012

Black Gold 6.1.12

To my fellow talents, its been awhile since we've last posted on this blog. But, I'm proud to say that I have some great news to share! 

Wings of Art had a SUCCESSFUL event on Friday, June 1st. 

The event was called Black Gold, in embracing people of MANY colors through ART, while letting their inner GOLD (beauty) shine.

This night was SHINING with beautiful people, good music, great pastries, and AMAZING artwork.

Check out the night:

Me (below) with the artists 
(Left-Right: Mannie, Alex, Candice, & Manny)

Video of the Night...

Always remember
Follow your dreams
Believe in your craft 


Sunday, August 14, 2011

Wings of Art (Ghana Edition)

Last month (July), I was fortunate to return to Ghana, Africa to visit my kids at FEDEP International School. Last year, I was able to create an art program for the kids. Unfortunately, the school nor the kids had the resources such as crayons, colored pencils, etc. So I was able to purchase the little amount of supplies that I could while I was there.  

This time around I had to go back to visit my kids since I promised to visit them. I knew I wanted to bring them something, which is when I remembered how happy they were when I purchased the little amount of supplies that I did last year.

So I decided, why not spread the word about these kids who love to draw, but do not have the resources to do so. I am happy to say that the word did spread about my trip to Ghana and how I was collecting art supplies for the kids. 

We received the following supplies:

Colored pencils,
Construction Paper,
Pens, etc.

The kids were listening to the Educational Director as he explained to them about the 
They were amazed to see what was being given to them.

"Through ART we can make a difference."