February 14th, 2011
Dudley, NC - March 23rd, 2014
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Muskegon, Mi - September 8th, 2013
Art Prize 2013: War of Her Own Leads American Hostage Back Home with ‘Freedom Flyer’ Convinced in March 2010 to leave her freedom behind Angela Chumroo (aka Pari Chumroo) left America to visit a small island for 60 days, her departure turned into 2 years of torture and captivity. Exhausted and unconscious Freedom Flyer came to her in a dream as she was on a return flight home to America coming through Ireland on January 2, 2012. Throughout her confinement over a two year period she escaped by painting. Freedom Flyer now displayed through Art Prize 2013 capturing the true definition of freedom as it soars into the public eye. Find out why it matters to the artist that you feel what it’s like for an American to crave freedom after it is taken. Painting gave Pari Chumroo strength and sanity to survive in the worst conditions. Finely articulated in oils ‘Freedom Flyer’ a 30” by 40” pa...
Muskegon, Mi - June 12th, 2013
Angela Pari Dominic Chumroo joins ArtPrize 2013 with her 30" by 40" oil painting "Freedom Flyer". Expressing her gratitude for freedom while reaching out to others with a riveting story of captivity in a foreign country. Connecting art and her book she feels is the best way to help others who may be in a similar situation and need help out of a hostage situation. ArtPrize 2013 for her is a way to help others fly home free. ArtPrize is an international art competition held in Grand Rapids, Michigan. 2013 marks ArtPrize's fifth competition which takes place September 18 - October 6, 2013. The first ArtPrize competition took place between September 23 and October 10, 2009, and has occurred annually during similar periods of time. Unlike traditionally juried competitions, ArtPrize contestants are juried by the public. Artists and venues (exhibition locations) negotiate and coord...
Port Louis, Ma - September 30th, 2012
Artist Angela Pari Dominic Chumroo participated in the event that assured that 'no artist gets left behind' during ArtPrize. On September 29, 2012 at the Baker Tent and Party Rental located 201 Matilda Rd. in Grand Rapids, MI she shared her piece "End of Times. A piece she created to add to her World Tragedy series. Initially entered into Art Prize a typo error stating her piece was measure in feet instead of inched hindered her from connecting with a venue by the deadline. With the weather as beautiful as it was it added to the warm setting that Baker Tent and Party Rental created for the public. For the second year they hosted this event. “After we finished the hosting agreements with our twenty official ArtPrize artists we realized how many people had registered for ArtPrize but couldn't connect with a venue in time to be in the competition,” said Amber Karsies, of Baker Tent ...
Muskegon, MI - May 16th, 2012
1st and 3rd Place Winner of the Native American Indian Pride contest on Fine Art America is Mia DeLode. 1st Place "It's More Than Just Footwork" http://fineartamerica.com/featured/its-more-than-just-the-footwork-mia-delode.html 3rd Place "Sacred Traditions" http://fineartamerica.com/featured/sacred-traditions-mia-delode.html Mia DeLode is a fourth generation rancher from central Montana. Born and bred to be part of the rural west, she is an accomplished painter, sculptor, and writer of the culture, animals, people and the humor that is unique to western living. Her paintings appear in many shows and her writing has been featured in Crazy Woman Creek published by Mariner books, a three part anthology of western women. Mia has been showing at the C.M.Russell Auction and Show at Great Falls, Montana since 2006 as well as other national shows including the Mountain Oyster in Tucs...
Muskegon, MI - April 17th, 2012
There is a feel about it. A certain essence that leaves me with a comforting feeling. I am positively impressed with impression painting. The colors and the style are very pleasing to my eye. Impressionism was an art movement in the 19th century that originated with a group of Paris-based whose independent exhibitions brought them to prominence during the 1870's and 1880's. Admittedly I favor anything pertinent to France. Someday in my later years I will return again to France to visit the museums and explore more of the art world and history there. It has without a doubt taken me sometime to figure out which style of art I enjoy most painting. Although it has been a long hard road fighting through my busy mind I have came to the conclusion to be a Master Fine Artist in Impressionism. It is my desire to become better with each stroke of the brush. Through impressionism I...
Muskegon, MI - April 1st, 2012
Pari Chumroo aka Angela Pari Dominic Chumroo the Fine Artist is excited to announce that she has been specially invited to participate into the third round of the "2012 PROJECT BERLIN". Fused together Evolution and Revolution she will be producing a unique painting to identify the collaboration between the two and how they can closely resemble one another. 3.9 x 3.3 feet in size on a canvas she will well define Evolution and Revolution in a unique manner in a bold oil painting. Updates as she progresses and submits will be released in a press release.
Port Louis, Po - December 18th, 2011
As the New Year approaches Angela Chumroo (aka) Pari Chumroo begins to display her new portfolio which includes a unique Abstract Series. When Angela Pari Dominic Chumroo begins an abstract she does not have a plan other than following the basic rules listed below. She is just living in the moment. Seeking to express the feelings within her soul through a variety of colors and shapes. She enjoys displaying movement in her abstract pieces. Why is movement so important in a pieces? Movement represents life within the painting and defines the core intelligence of the artist. Not only is movement important in an abstract but texture gives the viewer a different aspect on the piece. When a viewer is able to look at the piece from many different angles and see a different perspective on it from each angle this is a manifestation of constitution. A few key elements to movement i...
Port Louis, Po - May 21st, 2011
Angela Pari Do'minic Chumroo aka Pari Chumroo is an American/Mauritiun Artist who speaks english, french, creole, and hindi. Art pieces are often title with a french name or hindi. Originated from the cold state of Michigan in the USA she now resides in the tropical island of Mauritius. To read more of her biography and see her art please visit the link for more information. You can also see more of her art in her galleries at : http://angela-pari-dominic-chumroo.artistwebsites.com/