• 806 East Las Olas Blvd., Ft Lauderdale, FL 33301
  • (954)847-1778
  • info@bellagiointernationalgallery.com

Welcome to Bellagio International Gallery

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 from these fine artists:

Nano Lopez

We showcase his complete line of sculptures along with his signature pieces Sherlock, Davian, Bobby and life-size Olivia.

Stephen Muldoon

With his world renowned hand-painted metal. Featuring his famous pieces Moonshine, Ride the Wave, Bone Island, Gentleman's Quarterly and everyone's favorite Rockin', Smokin' and Drinkin.'

Dr. Seuss

The Art of Dr. Seuss. Special Collection originating from the estate of Theodore Geisel. From the Illustrated Art to the Secret Art. There limited edition rare pieces include The Cat in the Hat, The Grinch that stole Christmas, Green eggs and ham and let's not forget about The Sneeches. This collection is available in a very limited selection at Bellagio International Gallery.

Gaylord Ho

Master sculptor known for his Angels of Beauty. The artist is known for his perfection of the face, hands and feet as well as symmetrical balance in the composition of his sculptures. His works are available in either Bronze or White Parian. Known for his spectacular pieces Transcendence, Meditation, Dance of Beauty and Celebrations.

Diana Ahrens

One of the most amazing mixed media artists combining glass, oil, metal, gold and silver leaf cold pressed into canvas. Known for her Wine and Abstract pieces.

Paul B. Lotz

Whimsical Surrealism & Fantasy filled with intense detail & light-hearted sarcasm. Paul B. Lotz is known for his whimsical bronze sculpting, and his sometimes sarcastic, sense of humor.

Michael Summers

Michael Summers blends the meticulous techniques of the old-world masters with contemporary, hyper-saturated imagery to create deceptively whimsical paintings, alive with hidden meaning.

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The Art of Buying Art Classes

There are three rules most important when you’re buying a piece of art.

  • You have to love the piece
  • The art should be within your means as far as price goes
  • last but not least you must have a place for the art

Pretty simple rules to go by. But we can break this down a little further.

Art is something that we get enjoyment from. It’s not always a justifiable purchase. Art should tigger all of our senses. The old philosophers used to say a man without art in his home, is a man without soul.

Art is personal, it does not have to match the furniture or the Decor of the home. Art is an extension of our personality. We all have different tastes, that’s what makes fine art so interesting, whether it’s traditional or contemporary.

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Custom Installation and Custom Framing

Bellagio International Gallery provides professional custom framing and custom installation services. For more information, contact the gallery at (954)847-1778.

New Releases

Paul B. Lotz - Lady Godiva

Gallery Exclusive, original and prints available



Kai Lava - Las Olas Wild Child

Gallery Exclusive, original and prints available



Nano Lopez - Lia and Logan Penguins

Nano's Fastest Selling Sculpture Ever, Call for pricing



Dr Seuss - Intolerable Situation for a Cat

We have all been there, energized by a pursuit, following a dream, unraveling a mystery, or solving a problem. Most of us are likely somewhere on that path today, trying to catch a bird at the end of a maze. Indeed, this can be an 'Intolerable Situation for a Cat.'



Nano Lopez - Leonardo (Life Size)

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Nano Lopez - Man Balance (Life Size)

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Nano Lopez - Torito

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Featured Artists

Advait Kolarkar

Advait Kolarkar

If there was a monarchy for colours and colours only, Advait would be its prodigal caliph. Such a comparison is only befitting to the seven-year-old who started painting since he was not even a year old. He channelizes this fantastic imagination through the canvas in colours and combinations that are well beyond his years. The word "prodigal" fits his passion in true sense, which flourishes by the day with utmost sincerity.

The rhythm in his paintings is noticeable for he can distinguish many hues of a single color. The themes are meditations of the world that he dwells in - of dragons, galaxies, birds, flowers, sea creatures, dinosaurs and so on. These subjects have a tendency to evolve, pursuant to fancies of a young mind. The artistic narratives achieved greater proportions with subjects like the grandiloquent Big Bang, awe-inducing black holes, imaginative aliens and even invention of his dinosaur species like the 'Electrosaurus' that radiate currents in multitude of colours.

The said, the style of painting is acquiring certain etiquette. By spreading the colour on his body first before pouring it on the canvas, Advait gauges the tone and texture and then begins organizing them. His vivid use of colours - the bold splatter and dreamy framework - is a reflection of his actions, his keen streak of arranging and shaping things affects the way he spreads the colours on canvas.



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Kai Lava

Kai Lava

Kai Lava, a Smithsonian Museum featured artist with roots connecting back to Princess Kaiulani of Hawaii and legendary Hawaiian singer Don Ho. Kai found her true love in the art of painting, "Art does not come to me as a thought; I feel it as an uncontrollable pounding in my heart, then I create for absolutely no reason other than to experience bliss."

Kai's artwork has attracted famous collectors, including Mike Tyson, Dionne Warwick, Jon Lovitz, Nicholas Cage, Quincy Jones, Mariah Carey, Conor McGregor, Michael Godard, Gene Simmons, Vince Neil, Steve Aoki, Clive Davis and more. Kai was commissioned to create art for the new Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders. as well as The Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame. She recently completed all the art installations in the award winning Sheltair's new private jet FBO at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport.

Kai Lava was born Ka'iulani Wahinenoilama, meaning "The royal sacred woman searching for knowledge and truth in the highest point of heaven." Kai's family maintains a strong presence today on the island of Oahu in the arts, police and fire departments. When you meet Kai it is clear that she is filled with the Aloha Spirit.

Kai believes that beauty is found in the most humble of places, and she is especially drawn to the beautiful imperfections of life. "Painting is a very spiritual and healing process for me. The feeling is intoxicating and takes me to a place where there is no time. I get lost for hours when painting yet it feels like seconds."



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Nano Lopez

Nano Lopez

Meet bronze sculpture artist Nano Lopez. Look closely at Nano Lopez's sculptures 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 to watch.

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.

His work invites us to look at the world more carefully and discover for ourselves the rich interconnections of life. It reminds us that the miracle of life exists at all levels, from the patterns on a leaf to the profound mysteries of the universe.



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Stephen Muldoon

Stephen Muldoon

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 are 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.



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Michael Summers

Michael Summers

Michael Summers was born in Los Angeles sometime during the Carter administration. He grew up in Joshua Tree, California surrounded by a cavalcade of eccentric art-commune inhabiting social dropouts, idealistic dreamers, and rural American free thinkers. Art and creativity surrounded Michael from an early age and has been a pivotal part of his identity throughout his life. He left home in his early twenties and after drifting from Virginia, to Missouri, then Texas, he returned to San Diego, California, finally settling in Oceanside, where he currently lives and works.

A classically trained artist, Michael Summers blends the meticulous techniques of the old-world masters with contemporary, hyper-saturated imagery to create deceptively whimsical paintings, alive with hidden meaning. His paintings take us into a crisp and colorful world, full of nostalgia, splendor, and whimsy. Within each vibrant scene are playful reminders that our everyday lives are filled with wonder, beauty, and magic, if only we allow our eyes to see it.



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Paul B. Lotz

Paul B. Lotz

Signature Style: Whimsical Surrealism & Fantasy filled with intense detail & light-hearted sarcasm.

Artistic Statement: While attending school in Italy, I was inspired by the old Renaissance masters who were able to carve the human form with perfect detail and emotional depth. This style initially charged my interest to begin ceramic sculpting in 2010. I wanted to capture hidden feelings and express people in their most private state, both mentally and physically in keeping with a classical style.



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Featured Art Pieces

Abracadabra

Abracadabra

Hooking Up

Hooking Up

If I Was A Sculptor

If I Was A Sculptor

Iris

Iris

Micetro

Micetro

Sea Fan

Sea Fan

Torito 2

Torito 2

The Coming Storm

The Coming Storm

Transcendence (Parian)

Transcendence (Parian)

Special Collections

The Art of Dr. Seuss

The Art of Dr. Seuss

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.


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Up Coming Shows & Events

Stephen Muldoon in Person

Stephen Muldoon in Person

March 8, 2024 to March 8, 2024

Stephen Muldoon is a completely self-taught artist with over 40 years of painting with passion. After a years-long progression of developing his own techniques, mediums and processes the magic of metal art as born, creating a whole new level of interaction with the viewer being able to do things with trick paint and multiple layering that you could not do on canvas, a whole new life to his art was born.

Muldoon will be doing live painting and offering some special pricing while he is here in the gallery.

Friday, March 8th
Saturday, March 9th

Show hours to be determined. Please call the gallery for more information.


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Gallery News and Announcements

Keep posted for events coming in January from: Paul. B lotz, Dianne Ahrens, Stephen Muldoon and Philip Anthony.