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December 5th, 2011 by Leo Plaw

Viva Venosa

Viva Venosa at the Nexus

VIVA Venosa at the Nexus

Martina Hoffmann and friends will be hosting a special evening of art, music and live painting to start the journey towards the creation of V.I.V.A.: Venosa Initiative for Visionary Art, the future location of the Robert Venosa museum collection and visionary cultural center in Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.

A major exhibition of  Robert Venosa and Martina Hoffmann‘s artwork will be on display at the event.

Guest artists, Andrew Jones, Amanda Sage, Carey Thompson, Ka Katheryn June, Michael Divine and Jessica Pearlstein will be in attendance painting and projecting live artworks. Johnathan Singer will also be projecting his animations throughout the evening.

The participating artists and musicians have generously donated their time and talent to support V.I.V.A.  All proceed will be going towards the manifestation of the dream that Robert Venosa had before his recent passing in August 2011.

Viva Venosa

Date: Sunday 11th December 2011

Times:
5PM – 7PM meet and greet the artists.
7PM – 2AM music will with a great selection of talent.

Tickets available at the door:

Before 7PM: $15.
After 7PM: $25.

The Nexus
1414 Harbor Way South. Ste 1010
Richmond, CA, 94804
U.S.A.

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One Response to “ Viva Venosa ”

  1. Keith Says:

    I am still bereft over Bob’s passing! My own physical limitations now prevent me from being where I truly want to be, but I am forever grateful for Bob’s (and your’s, Martina!) friendship and kinship as fellow artists all these years, and I cherish the memories of dinners shared at each others homes and time shared in each others studios, even just the mornings chatting over coffee at the old Penny Lane(s) or Trident Cafe. My heart is forever with you, Martina, and I am a better man and artist thanks to you, and Bob’s endless warmth, humor, spirit, brotherhood, shared meditative, shamanic & psychedelic excursions, and for the inspiration and support of which he was an endless font. I loved him dearly and this world is a better place for his effect upon and contribution to it. Viva, Baba Venosa, indeed! – One Love – Kne!th

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