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Art | April 1, 2007 |

ELL ART EXCHANGE ANNOUNCES MILTON JERON AS ARTIST OF THE MONTH

Location: Ell Art Exchange – 573 Winncastle Street, Simi Valley, CA 93065 – USA

Contact: Lisa Bagley

ellart@earthlink.net
www.ellartexchange.com
 
Brazilian artist Milton Jeron was selected as our April artist of the month. Jeron is a passionate man who envelopes his tropical culture in his paintings. He was born in Nicosia, Cyprus and was raised in Brazil where he continues to reside.

His paintings reveal a tropical richness where insistent geometric forms stand out among abstract and figurative images. He is an obsessive painter of forms that are defined by colors that break the serenity of the paintings.

Jeron will be in a solo exhibition Galeria Monica Filgueira, Sao Paulo, Brazil in October 2007.

To learn more about Milton Jeron and to see her new works, please go to ellartist of the month at www.ellartexchange.com.
 

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