Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) June 22, 2016
Macaya Gallery present the select pieces from the FASCINASIA an ongoing series by Daniel Stanford to the West Coast in Los Angeles during an exclusive evening in parallel to the BET awards week. Sourcing his inspiration from travel, spirituality and the radiant beauty found in nature, Daniel Stanford, a Montreal-based eclectic artist, is committed to creating art that stirs the soul. Renowned for his masterful use of mixed media, Stanford’s expertise lies in presenting his unique vision by combining photography and natural elements such as wood, gold, pigments and precious metals. Always exploring contemporary mediums, Stanford also uses encaustic wax adding a new texture to the work. The result is a multidimensional experience that provides a complex, thought- and emotion-provoking journey for the admirer. Tapping into mysticism, enlightenment and perspective, Stanford thrives on using his work to reflect and recontextualise inner and outer beauty.
Some of Stanford’s most astonishing works have been featured in mainstream media, such as “House of Versace.”
Stanford is the top selling Artist at Macaya Gallery and commands higher prices each season during the Miami Art Basel week. Stanford has chosen the Rainforest foundation to be the beneficiary the auction of one of the Brazil Sea of Dune large scale photographs. All proceeds raised will go to the RFF.
This is event is hosted in West Hollywood by Alex Sasha Vayshel welcomes guests into this truly architectural Hollywood Hills home in an ambiance of music and original art.
Art Patrons are asked to purchase tickets online through the EventBrite link.
VIP Guests must register with the Artist.
Cocktails will be served.
About the RFF - The Rainforest Foundation was founded with a radically new idea:
What if Indigenous people of the rainforest–those intimately connected to their ancestral lands–had the legal right to protect the forests we all depend on?
At the time, environmental organizations didn’t focus on Human Rights. In fact, people were frequently seen as part of the problem. But Sting and Trudie Styler listened to the Kayapo, an Indigenous community living deep in the Brazilian Amazon and decided put their might behind the Indigenous defenders that were fighting to protect their rainforest lands just as they always had.