Lladró lovers recently came to discover new collections as well as the classics at the Lladró store in Miami’s Design District.
Miami never stops shocking me. Nooks and crannies in the most unexpected places, around this part of the peninsula contain Aladdin’s treasures, and all you need is my friend Victor to help you ‘discover’ them.
The exhibition doesn’t need words to interpret the artist’s views (although a docent would be helpful). I had a chance to speak with some of the exhibiting artists and l hope this short exposé will tantalize the public into attending the show and questioning the process that each artist uses in order communicate their feelings through their works.
This festival gets bigger and better each year. Sadly the price of admission ($15 p/p), also gets bigger but not better each year. It costs us $30.00 just to get through the front gate. I can’t imagine parents with 2 or 3 teens, wanting to lay out that kind of money for art’s sake, which is just plain sad. Oh and should you want to indulge in a bite and a beverage, prices have also risen. A kebab and a beer cost me a whopping $20.00. So after the $30.00 entrance fee plus 2 meals for $40.00 we decided against buying the official poster created by international artist and compatriot Duaiv. Otherwise the show was as wonderful as we knew it would be.