Born in Havana and a graduate from the Academia De Artes Plasticas specializing in painting, engraving and sculpture, Omar Corrales Mora later became a professor to share his unique style and vision of the world. He also served as a professor at the Instituto Superior De Arte (ISA) alongside renowned professor, Armando Suarez del Villar. Since 1989, the artist has worked on a wealth of stage sets for diverse entities such as the National Ballet of Cuba, The Cuban Institute of Art & Cinematographic Industries (ICAIC), and The National Circus of Cuba, among many more. He is a winner of the Salon De La Ciudad Award and runner-up in the Salon Juvenil. Omar Corrales Mora is just one of the amazing artists on display at Futurama in Little Havana, where Renaissance woman Pati Vargas passionately supports the arts, artists and closing the widening gap between the English and Hispanic markets in Miami and the world; Instagram@Futurama1637ArtGalleries.
After spending so many months at home in our leggings, sweatpants and basic tees, this season is about total everything! We want it all: Stunning scarves, wow dresses, show-stopping shoes, distinctive men’s formalwear — even our leisurewear is being taken to the next level. It’s a bold statement on the resilience of human nature as interpreted in haute style.
Aroids include many common houseplants like monsteras, peace lilies, philodendrons, pothos and ZZ plants. While many of these tend to be “low light” indoor plants, they’re often understory plants in the wild. The International Aroid Society aims to educate the world on these wonders of Mother Nature.