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Mini FuturSize: 18" x 24"
Medium: Oil on canvas
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Mini Futur, is a building influenced by a circus arena situated in the city of Dnipropetrovsk, also called Dnepr, by local inhabitants. Dnepr is located on the Dnieper River in East-Central Ukraine. Dnipropetrovsk has been the major center of the steel industry from the beginning of the 20th century until the present. It has also dominated in the machine-building and aero-spacebuilding industry since the 1950s.
Through researching about the city of Dpner and the circus arena, I felt inspired to create my own interpretation of the building, a spaceship influence, and making it part of new frontier. To learn more about Tomorrowland series read here
Mini Futur was first exhibited @ Roll Up Gallery's group exhibition titled,Idealization of Shapes July 29th - August 14th, 2011. Followed by "Geometric Goddesses" exhibition at Roll Up Gallery, San Francisco, March 9th-25th, 2012. Mini-Futur was exhibited during Araujo's solo show, Tomorrowland Today, at the Trade in Sacramento, from April 18th to July 31st, 2015. On March 6th, Mini-Futur, was exhibited at the Phoenix Hotel for "Abstract Senses" art exhibit hosted by Daylighted.
Welcome to Tomorrowland, Inside Magazine, by Jessica Laskey, July 2015, page 56.
Tomorrowland paintings featured in "Good Day Sacramento" at the Trade, May 2015.
Tomorrowland paintings featured in "Good Day Sacramento" at The Trade, April, 2015.
7x7SF Four Don't-Miss Art Shows This Week: Geometric Goddesses, 7x7 SF by Alex Bigman,'12.
Spotlight Emerging Artist: Patricia Araujo, 2Op Collective, by Lauren Smith, April, 2012.
"Geometric Goddesses" @ Roll Up Gallery, by Alan Bamberger @ Artbusiness.com, March, 2012.
"Idealization of Shapes" @ Roll Up, by Alan Bamberger @ Artbusiness.com, July, 2011.
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