Hispanic Art Scene Art Blog
by hispanic_arts , August 20, 2010—10:44 AM
Amado Mora Exhibition at Consulate of Ecuador in NJ
Yesterday August 19, 2010 I had the great pleasure of attending the exhibition of paintings, Ink drawings and sculpture by my good friend Amado Mora at the Consulate of Ecuador at 400 Market Street in Newark New Jersey. On display were 32 works of art including paintings, ink drawings and sculptures. His ink drawings are so tight, meticulous and precious with lots of hidden images and symbols. These drawings bring you in and keep you searching and exploring for meanings and symbols throughout all. The Sculptures are powerful, deep and full of meaning. I found them irresistible and I hope that someday soon I will be able to own one of these wonderful sculptures. The exhibition was very well attended and the gallery was full at all times. There was Musical entertainment and wonderful treats to enjoy. Congratulations to Amado Mora for an excellent exhibition of Art. Special thanks to Curator of exhibition Juan Ramiro Torres.
Amado Mora was born in Ecuador and attended the Art School in Guayaquil. Amado, who is known as the "Pachuca" of surrealism, has also studied other forms of art like ceramics, Metal Restoration, Sculpture, philosophy, Psychology, Yoga, Meditation and Dramatic Art. Amado is currently the Art Curator for Union City New Jersey. Amado also works on metal restoration and is an expert in this field.
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