Bellagio International Gallery is one of the hottest contemporary galleries in South Florida on East Las Olas Boulevard, in Fort Lauderdale. Featuring world renowned international artists from South America, Australia, Russia, Europe, France and the U.S.
Bellagio carries some of the most innovative contemporary and traditional art. With a selection of original oils, acrylics, metal, glass and bronze.
Look closely at Nano’s sculpture and you will discover the bright colors of a Colombian market place, animals precariously laden with pots, fruits, vegetables, birds, bees, geckos, Pre-Colombian and contemporary artifacts. Look closer still and discover a deep respect for life, clearly observed, where everything, even a mischievous goat balanced on a pile of cast away tires is amazing.
Nano Lopez is an artist gifted with the rare ability to see the world as a child sees it, with exploration, wonder, and creativity. He is deeply fascinated by the sometimes troubling mysteries of life and its inherent struggles.
In his artistic process, Nano integrates organic textures and synthetic, human made objects into his bronzes to create pieces of art that reflect the same depth and richness he sees in the world around him. Although colorful and whimsical, Nano’s work is anything but child’s play and invites careful, sustained viewing. The rich and intricate textures and bright colors are subtlety evocative of his native Colombia and of other Latin art, but his depth of understanding and free associations transcend culture and time. They describe a world beyond the borders of ordinary maps where an unfettered imagination allow nature, science, folklore and modern industrialism to exist seamlessly together.
Not long ago, Steve Barton was known primarily as a local artist who captures bright and colorful California coastal scenes from La Jolla to Carmel. Today, Barton’s work is on display in more than 35 galleries, covering over a dozen states including Hawaii, New York, Florida and even Puerto Rico.
Originally from New Hampshire, Barton’s success as an artist began early. His mother, an oil painter herself, inspired and encouraged him to paint. After studying at Rhode Island School of Design, Barton desired to broaden his search for subject matter. He traveled to the West Coast,where his paintings took on the dreamlike quality that we experience today.
Born in Cleveland, Stephen Muldoon comes from a family of artists. Largely self-taught, he has traveled extensively in Europe, where he was influenced by the Renaissance, and in Central America.
Despite long experience working in multi-media, Muldoon’s first love is painting in oil on Metal copper and Aluminum / mixed media.
His range from amazing still-life to landscapes and ocean views oare spectacle. He has been inspired by the Florida coastline to create breathtaking studies of the sea, sunsets and landscapes.
Filled with light and life, Muldoon’s canvases reflect virtually every human emotion — as well as his own boundless enthusiasm for his art.
What the heart wants and the heart needs can be found in a Fabio Napoleoni painting. Nostalgia, sorrow and moments that lift the soul are all there for the world to see and experience along with him. The vivid colors and captivating character invite you into and emotional ride that is welcomed by the mind and the heart.
Simple landscapes set the stage to the value of emotional attachment that can be compared to no other.
Influences from some of this century’s greatest artists are hard to find in his pieces, but are drenched deep in the fabric of what puts a Napoleoni painting together. It all started in Ponce, Puerto Rico 1972…
Come and enjoy the fabulous works of Dr. Seuss. He is one of the most notable artist of the 20th century.
Author, illustrator, cartoonist, Academy award winner. Still the number one seller of children's books.
January 4, 2020 to January 5, 2020
Diana's Works are a celebration of textures, stimulating colors and a unique combination of metal, precious gems, and cut glass.
Saturday, January 4th 11-5 pm
Sunday, January 5th 11-5 pm
January 18, 2020 to January 19, 2020
Come view the masterful works of Stephen Muldoon, breathtaking tropical seascapes—Contemporary figuratives and stunning landscapes all painted on copper, steel, and aluminum.
Saturday, January 18th 12-4pm & 7-10 pm
Sunday, January 19th 12-4 pm