Oscar Lugo on display at the Monroe Center

Oscar Lugo’s “Dream Work” Art Exhibition in Hoboken this weekend

Featuring Thomas Heaphey, Ricardo Roig, Jason Swartwood and Robin Meyer

Oscar Lugo, from New York City, presents his studies and interpretations of dreams. It will be held at the Monroe Center for the Arts on 720 Monroe Street, Studio: C-304, Hoboken, NJ, 07030. The reception for the Exhibition will be held on October 22nd 2011 at 2:00 p.m. The Exhibition will also feature five established artists whose work is different, startling, intense and exciting.

Oscar Lugo Dream Work Hoboken NJ Monroe Center - Oscar Lugo on display at the Monroe Center

Oscar Lugo will be presenting a collection of work based on dreams and nightmares. His paintings have a “fantastic realism” and “dreamy” tinge and understandably so, as he states: “At the age of 18, I began documenting my dreams by drawing or writing them. My paintings are based on my spiritual inclination and combination of dreams. I believe dreams are a true manifestation of the human psyche. We may not understand them right away but they are a window of information about ourselves. Dreams provide an endless supply of ideas and fields to explore that are born from both the conscious and subconscious.”

Oscar’s work shows and captures detail of energy and it lifts the imagination in a manner that is both intriguing and seductive, and sometimes disturbing, representing fantasies formally and literally, providing dramatic intensity into the window of reality showing who we are. He can take you to forbidden places.

His work will be on display at the Monroe Center for the Arts, Studio C-304 on October 21, 7 pm-10pm and October 22nd, 2 pm-10pm.

Parking free. Admission free. For more information call: 201 795 5000

To View Oscar’s work please visit: oscarlugoart.com

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this the same guy who stole the Picasso in San Francisco? Relative???