Moving composition in black, white and plum by Brazilian artist Ivanilde Brunow, 2015. This mixed media of acrylic and charcoal on canvas demonstrates a powerful abstract image of multi-layers intertwined with strong colors.
Well-known in her native country Brazil by critics, designers and architects alike she is now emerging here as an artist in the United States. Brunow has had over 150 solo and group exhibitions and her work has been shown in the Brazilian Art Museum, FAAP in Sao Paulo; the Art Museum of Brasila; the Art Museum of Santa Catarina, Brazil and all the way to the Coffee Museum of Kobe, Japan and the Japanese Embassy.
Her work can be found in such institutional venues as banks, city halls, government offices, universities, theaters as well as private collections in Brazil, Israel, Japan, England and the United States.
In addition she has also exhibited in various shows at the UN in NYC, Westport and New Haven, CT as well as Brooklyn, NY.
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The last image is meant to show scale and is not a true color balance of the painting.