Ella Chabot of GetShotByElla.com was honored to show her acrylic painting Warrior at Raw Space gallery, 1795 Old Dixie Hwy, Vero Beach, FL, with Venezuelan visual artist and author Amiiri Cantillo, as a guest fine artist from March 14 to March 21, 2019.
Cantillo’s art exhibition, Welcome to My World benefited the Women’s Refuge of Vero Beach, 1850 Lemon Avenue, Vero Beach, FL. A portion of the exhibit’s art sales, as well as sales of Cantillo’s new book Until Death Do Us Part, a memoir of domestic violence. A Voice No Longer Silenced, went to Women’s Refuge in support of their mission to offer a healing sanctuary for women who are experiencing emotional, mental and spiritual problems.
Cantillo is described by Raw Space gallery as “a passionate emerging artist whose work has recently been included in three group exhibitions
at Raw Space. Her solo show Kill your Idol debuted in Miami Beach in 2018. Her fine art paintings, depicted in Welcome to My World are abstract, colorful, figurative, mystical, and infused with mystery and symbolism.
Her life as a domestic violence survivor and victor is depicted in her recently completed book Until Death Do Us Part, a memoir of domestic violence. A Voice No Longer Silenced, which brings to light her pain, passions, and triumphs.”
Chabot’s painting Warrior, an archetypal nude in vivid acrylic, was shown with Cantillo’s works. Chabot is a multiple media Florida fine artist, photographer, designer, former children’s art director, writer and the founder of GetShotByElla.com.
Collaborating with Cantillo’s message, Florida photographer Scott Kelly also exhibited at the show, featuring several of his powerful portraits of Cantillo, which are in her book. When it comes to photographers, Kelly of Island Images https://www.islandimagesprophoto.com/ is top tier. He is also extremely supportive of things that matter on the Treasure Coast of FL.
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Find more about The Women’s Refuge of Vero Beach @ https://womensrefugevb.org/