We will also feature the work of Cuban Artist Lazaro Puig.
Lazaro Puig’s series, “Powers,” offers an elaborate perspective on the major powers of our society: Church, Government, Justice and Education. Through mixed media art, Puig employs multiple mediums, strategic placement and thoughtful metaphors to convey his message. His portrayal of a tree refers to the tree of life. Used in science, religion, philosophy, and mythology, this serves as a metaphor for evolution. Depicting a young woman as his subject matter is a reference to the empowerment of our youth and in all of Lazaro’s works the educational institutions are strategically placed lower than the other societal powers; a reference to the importance most governments place on education. The complexity of meaning deliberately embedded in his works illustrates Puig’s passion for exploring the underlying intricacies of society. View his work online: