Mixed media and glass sculpture artists Einar and Jamex de la Torre capture a frenetic globalization perspective, mixing a unique blend of cultural influences and political positioning, as two brothers share their time between studios based in Mexico and California. The de la Torre Brothers have created a new series of work for the upcoming SCOPE Art Show in Miami—Booth C21—featuring a new series of dimensional wall pieces and glass sculptures. (Tara’s Temple, 48x36x3″ mixed media, resin castings, faceted glass, 2011).
Einar and Jamex de la Torre present glass sculptures that presents the viewer with implications about our daily existence in the world—north of the Mexican border—south of the border—and coexisting in the middle while straddling both sides of the border challenged culturally, religiously and economically. (Above, Agua Fresca, 48x36x3″ mixed media, resin castings, faceted glass, 2011).
Working in glass, brothers de la Torre present an imaginative approach to contemporary notions that often illustrate the delicate balance between modernist and traditionalist values. (Tara’s Teddys, 48x36x3″ mixed media, resin castings, faceted glass, 2011).
Learn more about Einar and Jamex de la Torre and contact the gallery about a complete listing of newly available pieces created for SCOPE Art Show, Miami, November 29 through December 4 at the Mindy Solomon Gallery booth C21. (Above, El Cakeito, 13’x5’x4″ mixed media, resin castings and faceted glass, 2011).