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Museo Vault

Exhibition Detail
Non Stop - Glamorous 80's
348 NW 29th Street
Miami, FL 33127

March 14th, 2009 - April 15th, 2009
March 14th, 2009 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Bee Marilyn, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, Bee Marilyn,
1986, Mixed media on canvas, 60"x48"
© Sheila Elias
March Morn , Sheila EliasSheila Elias, March Morn ,
1986, Mixed media on canvas, 96"x60"
© Sheila Elias
December Morn I, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, December Morn I,
1985, Mixed media on canvas, 60"x48"
© Sheila Elias
February Morn II, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, February Morn II,
1986, Mixed media on canvas, 72"x60"
© Sheila Elias
Gladiator Woman, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, Gladiator Woman,
1987, Mixed media on canvas, 72"x60"
© Sheila Elias
Ethereal Man, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, Ethereal Man,
1989, Mixed media on industrial board, 64” x 24” x 12”
© Sheila Elias
Mystery Cult II, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, Mystery Cult II,
1988, Mixed media on canvas, 37"x24"
© Sheila Elias
Pompidou 1, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, Pompidou 1,
1980, Mixed media on photograph, 5"x7"
© Sheila Elias
Pompidou 3, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, Pompidou 3,
1980, Mixed media on photograph, 5"x7"
© Sheila Elias
Event invitation, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, Event invitation
Event photos, Sheila EliasSheila Elias, Event photos
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Other (outside main areas)
mixed-media, figurative

Sheila Elias’ retrospective “Somewhere Anywhere”
is currently traveling the United States, part of this
exhibition is Non–Stop at a new venue Museo Vault
in Wynwood Art District, Miami.
The original exhibition from this 1980’s show was
based on “American Icons” the series contained
calendar girls, Marilyn Monroe and the Statue of
Liberty. Columbia University curated the Liberty
show and used “Two French Girls” to travel from
the New YorkPublic Library to the Louvre in Paris
1986 through 1987.
Alex Rosenberg’s New York Gallery first exhibited
these painting in 1986 and the show traveled to
Danville Museum of Fine Arts Danville Virginia, Stella
Polaris Gallery Los Angeles - CA, and the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Then in 1988 and
2006 it was shown at Otis Parsons, Los Angeles and
the Bass Museum, Miami.
One of the works was recently exhibited in “Painting
in Southern California The 1980’s” show at the
Riverside Art Museum, CA.

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