The distinguishing character of Malena Assing’s artwork is an expression of her joy for life. An extravagant use of colors is meant to represent life and energy, that which makes up the vibration of the universe. Assing considers herself a positive soul who sees the light behind every shadow. To experience her art is to see the world as she herself does, to witness the impact on senses and emotions from the beauty of color. Working with images “stolen” from instants of life, she uses reflection, colored fields, geometric forms and pictorial shapes to express the metaphysical power of light and energy. In fact, through her work, light takes on new meaning, becoming a metaphor of new beginnings to be forever interpreted; MalenaAssing.com.
EWM hosted an informative seminar on Tax Reform Law and its implications on the real estate market and Miami-Dade’s ordinance on Section 8 Housing Discrimination.
As a law school student, journalist, health educator and guardian ad litem, Risa Berrin has always gravitated toward health and education issues. Upon realizing that teens were dealing with serious life issues, she founded the Health Information Project (HIP).