Nestled in the Dallas Design District is an incredible gallery known as LuminArte.
It features more than fifty emerging and established artists from twenty-four countries, and they work in a variety of mediums and styles.
Many of their works are displayed in private and museum collections around the world, and artists not to be missed include:
Keiko Gonzalez was raised in both Bolivia and the United States, and he graduated from the Mason Gross School of the Arts with an advanced degree. He primarily works in paint, and enjoys collaborating with other artists and teaching out of his studio. Keiko's work is frequently exhibited at art fairs and it also hangs in museums throughout North and South America.
Magi Calhoun is a clay artist whose work deals with the inner world of emotions and dreams. She is constantly challenging herself in her studio, and to keep the creative process fresh, she recently started adding other elements such as wood and cast metal to her work. Magi's pieces are unique, and she likes to tell a story that elicits a different response in different viewers.
Born into an artistic family, Albena Hristova began painting at the age of four. She received twelve years of classical art training in Europe, and her first solo exhibition was in 1987. During Albena's time in Europe, she also participated in the world's most prestigious art show where both corporate and private collectors bought all of her work before the event's opening. Her unique style is easily recognized, and she paints a variety of subjects including canyons and deserts.