Miami Art Week Exhibition: La Botanica at Orange Blossom Miami
November 30 @ 9:00 am - December 4 @ 10:30 pm EST
Miami Art Week 2022
November 30th – December 4th
2000 Collins Ave., #7
Miami, FL 33139
This is an art and dine exhibition, a concept by The Culture Candy in efforts to showcase visual art while making fine art accessible in public spaces and highlighting culinary arts. All work is available for sale, contact email@example.com for inquiries.
“I paint flowers so they will not die.” – Frida Kahlo
You can stop by and view this exhibition for free anytime between the below opening hours, make a reservation to dine here or walk-in for a drink while enjoying the exhibition.
“My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece” – Claude Monet
About the exhibition:
La Botanica, is a group exhibition curated by The Culture Candy at Orange Blossom Miami for Miami Art Week 2022. The exhibition features artists Lee Lee La Cubana, Junior Charles, MC Hewlett, Lara Arbore and Monito Bandido from The Culture Candy Artist Collective. La Botanica, is an art-gardenesque curation showcasing a mix of artistic style including pop-art, abstract painting, spiritual art and folk art styles to represent strength in diversity and individuality coming together to create a community garden of inclusion.
“Art is like a border of flowers along the course of civilization.” – Lincoln Steffens
About the Culture Candy:
The Culture Candy is a NYC based arts organization that celebrates Culture, the arts, and underrepresented artists by providing up and coming artists with showcase opportunities. The Culture Candy is dedicated to encouraging young minority, female, LGBTQ+, and many other underrepresented creatives to pursue their artistic passions through their involvement in community programs, pop-up events, gallery exhibitions, and facility curations. The Culture Candy is a woman and minority owned business, created with us in mind. We seek to diversify the art world by creating opportunities for people who are underrepresented, like ourselves. That’s what makes our mission so personal to us, we take pride in our work, our artists work and our representation. Leaders in innovation, we work to create innovative ways to expand where art is seen and are fighting for the modern day visual artists to receive as much recognition as those in other creative industries.