(PRWEB) March 8, 2001
On March 8th, 2001, from 12-2pm, Soraida Martinez, the artist who created the art style of Verdadism, will appear at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. This Verdadism discussion/art exhibition will be held at Wilson Hall, Lecture Room 209 (on the second floor) and the public is welcome. Several of the artist's figurative, hardedge works-of-art, which are always juxtaposed with written social commentaries, will be on display...plus copies of the Verdadism Art Book will also be available. Since 1992, Soraida has been creating this unique socially conscious art style, which promotes tolerance and understanding, as well as addresses universal issues of humanity and is based on the artist's personal life experiences. Soraida's Verdadism Art incorporates elements of Existentialist philosophy while extending abstract expressionism into the 21st century. To learn more about the art and philosophy of Verdadism, please visit the artist's website at http://www.soraida.com. For directions to this event, go to the University of the Sciences' website at http://www.usp.edu; for more information, please contact Ms. Miriam Gilbert, English professor, at 215-596-8769.
Note: a special thanks to the many students and Ms. Miriam Gilbert for bringing the art of Verdadism to the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.