Sparkle for Mexico and Haiti, Black Tie Gala
Special collaboration with Lina Condes
Previously a model and contestant for the title of Miss Ukraine, Lina Condes has chosen to instead divert her attention and talents towards the art world. As an artist of a new generation, she utilizes a wide range of mediums and tools to create compositions that modern visual practices are abundant in. By using painting, sculpture, graphic design, videography, and fashion she freely expresses her emotions and perception of the world. Her colorful, flat, and hysterical subject matter makes her work an interesting adaptation of contemporary issues.
Special collaboration with Bradley Theodore
Artist Bradley Theodore will make a special artwork for the White & Rose Gala to support arts education program 'CREATE' and give a joy and opportunity to create to many disadvantaged children in Haiti and Mexico.
Tali Almog 'Wave'
“I believe we have many soulmates, and painting is one of mine”.
Spend five minutes with Tali and you are seduced and inspired by her sincerity, beauty, and soulful warmth. View her artwork and you will know instantly why this exotic Israeli is one of the most respected and sought after young artists.
Her positive outlook on life was birthed by the social constraints and her humble beginnings in Tel Aviv. Here is where she started painting at the age of ten. The first time she picked up a paint brush, she knew her talent was ingrained in her since birth.
She studied art and history in Tel Aviv, then moved to New York City for a few years. Tali then moved to Los Angeles where she studied privately for four years under a professor, at the Bezalel Academy of Art.
Bill Claps 'Brigitte'
Jean Martin 'Power Balloon'
Dimitri Likisas 'Brigitte Bardot'
Dimitri’s work stems from a long tradition of using distinct dots of color in art, which the viewer’s mind blends together to create the final image. Playing with chromatic tonality and the dissection of visual planes, Dimitri creates works that seem to move and undulate within the canvas as if attempting to escape their two dimensional confines. While the dots work together in harmony to create the image, their circular nature acts in opposition to his square or rectangular canvases, reminding us of the basic elements of life and how atoms are in a constant movement – propelling against each other – creating matter itself.
French artist Claude Charlier is known for his hyper-realistic paintings of vintage and discarded objects, including cigarette packs, vintage lunch boxes and crushed soda cans. Charlier was born in France and studied music and fine art for much of his life. He maintained a career as a professional fashion photographer which led him to travel the world for many years and live not only in Europe and the USA, but for many years in Tokyo. It was during these travels that he was inspired by a discarded soda can and decided to create his Pop World Project. Charlier’s choice to paint the discarded objects acts as a means to recycle them, and thus the beauty and memories associated with the consumers’ use.
New York-based modern artist Jeremy Penn, was born in 1979 in New York City and studied Fine Art at both the University of Maryland and Pratt Institute. His works have been exhibited internationally and received honors from curators at museums such as The Museum of Modern Art, New York and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Penn’s work is prized within some of the most prestigious modern art collections in the world. In 2014, Refinery29 referred to Penn as an “Andy Warhol x Richard Phillips Hybrid.”
Vehement Art 'Popeye'
Jared Schwalb Is The Driven, Passionate And Charismatic Owner And Sole Artist Of Vehement Art. The Word “Vehement” Denotes Strong Passion And Intensity: This Is Exactly Jared’s Approach To His Art. He Has Had A Long-Standing Passion For Urban, Contemporary, & Mixed Media Arts. He Has Always Been Fond Of The Artist Expression And Has Immersed Himself In A World Of Creativity. With A Background In Finance He Brings A Methodical And Analytical Approach To All His Artistic Compositions. He Is A Wizard With His Designs That Morph With Pop Culture And Icons. His Combinations Are Endless. His Work Can Be Seen In Galleries Around The Globe, And He Has Recently Opened A Private Gallery And Studio, Showcasing His Art In South Florida. He Continues To Look At Everything As Art, Because Life Itself Is An Artistic Expression, In Jared’s Uplifting Perspective.
Parsa Afsharjavan 'Don't Be Nosey'
Alonzo Vega 'Benjamin & Gherardini'
Alonzo Vega is a Peruvian artist. He started painting professionally two years ago and now is present in London, Paris, Copenhagen, Toronto, Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, US and Peru. Alonzo works with mixed media, a technique
that embodies paint, ink, sprays, squeezers, acrylics, markers and stencils. His artworks are defined as sarcastic, dynamic, always outlined by popular legends of global culture.
STMTS “Let It Free” 2013
Greek street artist STMTS is best known for the politically and emotionally charged, large-scale drawings of children he wheat pastes on various public buildings throughout Athens. Of his own motivations, the artist says: “I care about the social problems and more specifically about the kids and the new generations. The political circumstances affect all the problems of society, so they possibly also affect my work and inspiration.”
Beginning with a lengthy pre-planning process in his studio where he makes repeated sketches of his subjects, he then takes the completed work to the street for pasting. STMTS deliberately chooses old and dilapidated walls for his work to draw the attention of spectators to the physical and economic conditions surrounding the work.
STMTS has exhibited in the US and Europe, including shows at the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago and The Onassis Cultural Center in Athens.
New York Miami
Les Couleurs co-founders, Aura and Raminta, started the charity by organizing color-themed events that connected young professionals from various social circles in New York with one goal: party with a purpose, make an impact. The color theme relates to child's crayons in a box that always offer the promise of a playful artistic endeavor.
Nowadays our events are elegant soirees in beautiful venues with accomplished local artists, yet we still keep the playful color-theme true to our spirits.
Host your own "color" event, spread the word!
Hosting your own Les Couleurs "color" event is a great way to support the work we are doing as well as to have fun while doing it! By hosting an event you will build awareness, increase our base support and raise money to support out students in Haiti.
You can host a gala, a music soiree, a gallery opening, arts picnic or - any color-theme event that respectfully promotes arts education program for underprivileged children. Download the application form here (Word).
Host Your Own "Color Event"
You can do it and we will assist you