Mar 12 2016
May 28 2016


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Yuroz (Mar 12 – May 28, 2016)

(Main Gallery) Yuroz is a celebrated Los Angeles based artist whose work spans across mediums and genres. Lovers, musicians, poets, athletes, homeless and refugees fill his canvases, drawing forth the spectrum of emotions and moods that reside in the human soul. His messages break down age, gender, cultural, religious and political divides to support the progress of people, organizations, societies and even countries.

Vetted by the Vatican, the oldest and most powerful of art patrons, Yuroz was commissioned by the Vatican to honor St. Arcangelo Tadini. In an original oil painting, the “Light of Compassion”, Yuroz depicted St. Tadini with half-divine, half-human qualities, celebrated the life of this Saint and featured the transformation of Tadini’s spiritual power of love and compassion into social actions to help create a society open to justice and solidarity.

Filled with Yuroz’s universal language of symbolism, this beautiful painting contains powerful artistic expression of the core message of living a life with meaning and was blessed by Pope Benedict in the Botticcino Sera Church, where it permanently resides amongst important work from other Renaissance masters.

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Admission Info

Admission Cost: $6 (Members Free)

Phone: (954) 340-5000

Dates & Times

2016/03/12 - 2016/05/28

Additional time info:

10 am – 5 pm
Monday – Saturday (closed Sunday)

Location Info