ArtExpo 2018 draws International crowd and inspires youth

International and Local Artists maximize the New York art platform to expand their Brands

Article by Hena Baluch

Chelsea, New York, April 21, 2018: Find Your ID NYC walks into the world of fascination, ArtExpo, held on Saturday to experience extraordinary work and to meet the artists who gather every year to create the biggest art exhibition in the world. ArtExpo creates a unique platform for thousands of art collectors, buyers, and fans who are in search of artists that have remarkable talent adding innovative pieces to the galleries. The team of FYID, alongside their CEO Imani Jones, was there to witness the beauty of color and paints that was put together on canvas to show the true flair of hundreds of phenomenal artists in New York and across the world.

  This team of husband and wife who founded BlendCota were the reason behind some beautiful smiles at the event as they blended colors and and created paintings of famous movie characters that kids admire.

This team of husband and wife who founded BlendCota were the reason behind some beautiful smiles at the event as they blended colors and and created paintings of famous movie characters that kids admire.

Hundreds of people across the world came to experience the work of talented artists which included people of different ages. Where youth were amused by excellent artwork, the kids were excited to see colors and their favorite movie characters painted with precise attention to detail. While some art went unnoticed, other incredible pieces stole the show and caught eyes of guests and art industry professionals. The presence of some amazing artists like , Claudia Coro, Stefano Sanna(@AgoraGallery), BlendCota (@officialblendcota), 3K Art, Osvaldo Bacman, Jason Matias and the work of the Hungarian Emerging Artists, Contemply Galleria, and Roka Art Gallery were the main highlights of this excellent art destination. Stefano Sanna knows the secret of contemporary art, there is no limit to his art. He has the magic to turn rust, old scraps, copper, lead and whatever is waste for an ordinary person, into an amazing piece of art. Stefano Sanna says “I have always been attracted to old walls, crusts, rust. My art is born from a respect for that which is already beautiful.” Stefano displayed his beautiful artwork at the ArtExpo and made a statement that a lot of attendants admired.

 

ArtExpo is the platform for artists and industries to come together and make connections for future benefits, hundreds of artists sold their amazing work at the 2018 ArtExpo and made it the success that it deserved. “The expo was a great place to meet buyers from all over the country and world. I was surprised to have conversations with people who, from far-off, came to NYC just specifically for this event. As an artist, I found inspiration from the art curated there and from the people who appreciated and collected my work.” Jason Matias, www.jasonmatias.com.  Artists were motivated by the response and the enthusiastic crowd which admired in awe of the stunning pieces. Bruce M. Shuettinger gave a shout out to all the people who made this event a success by saying “Thanks for all your help before and during the show. What an enthusiastic crowd. We got so many wonderful compliments and a number of promising leads with the possible addition of some well-placed publicity in the form of an article or two. You guys did a fantastic job, and I look forward to the next show.”

  Inspired by Picasso, Blend Cota made beautiful paintings that stole thousands of hearts at the ArtExpo. Below is a painting by Blend Cota which shows The Empire State Building created in the memory of Blend Cota’s mother who was an Alzheimer’s patient. He created this beautiful piece of art to benefit the Alzheimer Foundation of America to fund them and save many lives through his talent, so he named this beautiful piece “Light of Hope”

Inspired by Picasso, Blend Cota made beautiful paintings that stole thousands of hearts at the ArtExpo. Below is a painting by Blend Cota which shows The Empire State Building created in the memory of Blend Cota’s mother who was an Alzheimer’s patient. He created this beautiful piece of art to benefit the Alzheimer Foundation of America to fund them and save many lives through his talent, so he named this beautiful piece “Light of Hope”

  The beautiful CEO of FYID NYC, Imani Jones(Right), was seen with the co-founder of Art Brand Studio, Redina Teli(Left) posing in front of her amazing art-piece that is colorful, bold and unapologetic in its own way.

The beautiful CEO of FYID NYC, Imani Jones(Right), was seen with the co-founder of Art Brand Studio, Redina Teli(Left) posing in front of her amazing art-piece that is colorful, bold and unapologetic in its own way.