• Project Fine Art features some of the best local
artists in the Fort Lauderdale, Miami and South
Florida region. Each artist has their own unique style
and background, creating a broad spectrum of work
in our gallery shows and online exhibition.
• Each month, a handful of our artists are featured in
our physical art gallery space, located in Fort
Lauderdale. If you are interested in purchasing a
piece of art, you can come to our art gallery and see
some of these works in person, or view all of them
online and order directly from the website.
• From avant-garde multi-media to realist oil paintings,
Project Fine Art offers artwork that will satisfy any art
lovers taste buds.
• My work depicts sporadic
moments of progression and
the internal struggle with
incessant thought and the
engagement one has with the
idea of living entirely within the
present moment, absent from
both past and future weight."
• Originally from Union City, New Jersey, Eduardo Mendieta has been living in
West Palm Beach, FL for the last 20 years. Starting at a young age he was
interested in graffiti and the fine arts. Now at the age of 37 he is showing in
various locations throughout South Florida, and being featured in publications
such as XS Magazine, City Link Magazine, Palm Beach Times, FreePress
Magazine, and Closer Magazine throughout the years of 1997 to 2002. While
also being selected to participate in the 1999 Hortt Exhibition, Museum of Art in
Fort Lauderdale. Eduardo is currently working as a graphic designer, and after
an eight year interim has finally returned to his artwork.
Within the last two years his
work has been displayed all
throughout South Florida in
such areas including Palm
Beach International Airport as
part of the Palm Beach County
Arts in Public Places Program;
Jan & Gary Dario Gallery,
Palm Beach State College;
STUDIO 1608, West Palm
Beach, part of Right Here
Right Now SPRING GROUP
SHOW; GAB Studio, Miami Art
District, Group Show; Area 23
Art Gallery, Miami Art District,
20x20, Group Show; Art
Nouveau, Group Show; Art
Heart, Group Show; Gallery
101, Fort Lauderdale, Group
Show, JF Gallery, West Palm
Beach, Group Show and Lois
Brezinski Gallery, West Palm
• Jessie Trinchard was born and
raised in New Orleans,
Louisiana. She has lived and
attended schools in San
Francisco, Ca, Houston, TX, New
Orleans, LA, and Miami, FL.
Every location has had some sort
of influence on her work and
technique. She now resides in
Miami, Florida. She first started
experimenting with spray
painting in 2007 while living in
• All her work is done with
spray paint, lace, fabrics,
stencils, and various objects
used as stencils. Her main
influence being textile
• She's been showing her
work since 2009 - both solo
and group exhibitions in
New Orleans and South
• Other than painting, she
does photography, graphic
design, and modeling.
Jose E Lopez
• Jose E. Lopez grew up in South Florida and
lived in a home where art was well accepted.
It was a place where creativity and
imagination was always celebrated. Being a
part of such an environment has inspired
him to pursue his passion for art within the
graphic design world, leading him to earn a
Bachelors of Fine Arts in graphic design.
• His style and many of his inspirations
stem from Dadaism, Expressionism,
Constructivism and Mid-century
illustration and design. In addition,
graphic artists Ryan and Don Clark,
Stefan Sagmeister, Shephard Fairey, Jim
Flora, Paul Rand, and others have and
continue to inspire him. Each has had a
tremendous influence on how he views
and creates well-made and thoughtful
visuals through his work.
• Jose's work has been included in various
art exhibits and has been displayed in the
Museum of Art | For Lauderdale for
their "Be Inspired" exhibit. Currently,
Jose Lopez runs and owns his own
graphic design business in Fort
Lauderdale called Freedom Art Inc. Jose
is also the creator, producer, and curator
for his art exhibition series project in
South Florida called For Art's Sake! He
has the fervent desire to enhance the
growing art culture in South Florida,
specifically in the Fort Lauderdale area.
He also sits on the Museum of Art | Fort
Lauderdale's steering committee, "All
• Richard Vergez is a Cuban-American
visual/sound artist based in Ft.
Lauderdale, FL. He employs manual
techniques such as tape splicing and
photomontage to create minimal and
abstract contemporary works, with a
style firmly rooted in the Avant-
Garde. His visual work makes great
use of white space and abstract
structures, using mixed medias such
as collage, printmaking, found
objects, and unconventional mark
• He studied graphic design at FAU and is
well-versed in creating commercial art as
well, ranging from magazines to album
covers. Richard records and performs
under the name Drowning the Virgin
Silence, a musical project which explores
electro-acoustic and post-industrial
music through the use of prepared tapes
and manipulated sound. His most recent
concentration is scoring for modern
dance as part of the Psychic Youth Inc.
• Richard's visual work has been featured
at the Art and Culture Center of
Hollywood as well as numerous blogs
and international publications such as
PluzUltra from Argentina and Mekanik
Copulaire from France. His musical
collaborations with choreographer Ana
Mendez and the Psychic Youth collective
have been presented at the Adrienne
Arsht Center, Miami Art Museum, and
the De La Cruz Collection.
• shannon jackson is a self-taught photographer from south Florida who draws
from life experience and emotions in her conceptual self portraits. mixing
images and writing, she explores ideas including but not limited to identity,
emotion, body image and perceptions.
• she takes an intuitive approach to composition and lighting and uses a variety
of scenes in her creations. as an artist, she challenges the viewer to think
beyond the surface.
• jackson has been involved in almost every form of the arts since she was a
child, dabbling in violin, singing, theater, painting, stained-glass and many
others but photography and writing has always been fundamental. she
considers herself a 'creative artist with a camera' when it comes to her self-
portrait work. she is the subject and the artist, both – creating emotive pieces
that portray raw passion and depth.
• Trevor was born in Pascagula,
Mississippi in 1968 and began
drawing at age 1. He grew up
in Florida, Colorado,
California [Carmel], and
• Trevor now lives in Hypoluxo,
• He started painting seriously
in Maui in 1990 and has had
shows in numerous galleries in
• Trevor is completely self-
taught. His early influences
include: John Pietre, M.C.
Escher, Salavdaor Dali,
Robert Lynn Nelson.
• His hobbies include surfing,
skateboarding, fishing &
hanging out with his son.
L. M. Gardner
• L.M.Gardner is a visual artist
currently residing in Miami, Florida.
• Born in Pasadena, California to
Antiguan immigrants, her eclectic
heritage plays a role in inspiring new
works which explore personal history,
human states, and the
interconnectivity of people. An avid
traveller, she has visited and lived in
several cities including New York, Los
Angeles, Barcelona, Berlin, Paris,
London, Brussels, and Amsterdam;
each new location informing her
collection of work.
• Drawing upon a love for the human form, and a deep appreciation for literature
and text, her paintings are a unique blend of found writings and carefully
rendered imagery. In a process guided by serendipity and intuition, she
fabricates new narratives from the remnants of discarded discourse, and places
within them the representations of individuals, both lost and found.
• A B.F.A. graduate of New World School of the Arts in Miami, FL, L.M.Gardner
has exhibited at the Kampong Botanical Gardens, Arte Americas Latin
American Art Convention, as well as the Cisneros Foundation for the Arts.
• Born and raised in northern West Virginia, Nikki Rotunda was inspired to
photograph the Appalachian wilderness at a very young age. In 2009, Rotunda
received her bachelor of arts in art history from West Virginia University. A deep
appreciation for the arts led her explorations of several visual art mediums, but
photography broadened her horizons most.
• Rotunda made the move to Miami after becoming intriged by the city's stark
contrast to her childhood home. Her core fascination with photography is its
ability to make a private moment public, as well as finding the connections
between people and the places they inhabit.
• Since the first time Paul Morris picked up a camera in the 1970's he was inspired
by early masters of the craft such as Weston and Stieglitz to create finely crafted,
dynamic photographs that captivate the viewer. Paul is compelled to create
images just for fun and actively produces personal fine art imagery for print
shows and sale. He continues to explore new avenues of photographic creativity,
shooting remote locales in Britain, Europe and China as well as The Great Smoky
Mountains, Florida's Everglades and other American treasures closer to home.
• In today's world of contemporary art
photography Paul is pushing the
boundaries of the medium by combining
classic techniques of photographic
traditional with advanced technologies
to create one-of-a-kind works of art for
a new century.
• We will be open October 27 during Fat Village Art walk in Fort
Lauderdale from 7-11pm. Make sure to stop by the Project Fine Art
gallery and see featured work by a collection of our artists. We are
always looking to showcase new artists in our space. Feel free to send
us some samples of your work along with a few words about yourself!
• ProjectFineArt is located at:
500 nw 1st avenue
Fort Lauderdale fl, 33301
• Website:- www.projectfineart.com
• Email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
• CALL TO ARTISTS
We are always looking to showcase new artists in our space. Feel free
to send us some samples of your work along with a few words about
yourself to email@example.com