Visual artist Tony Lima, who has been living in Brasilia since the 1980s, opens an exhibition at Casa Thomas Jefferson’s gallery on Wednesday, March 14.
Altogether, 20 works will be on display, all made in oil on canvas, which show intriguing and mysterious female profiles. Tony Lima’s work brings influences of vanguard movements like the cubism and the expressionism.
Tony Lima took courses with the artists Anselmo Rodrigues and Luiz Lobão. Currently, he works in his own studio and collects collective exhibitions and individual exhibitions, and is awarded in art shows.
Venue: Casa Thomas Jefferson
Where: SEPS 706/906, Conjunto B – Asa Sul
When: March 14 to April 14. Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 9 pm; Saturday and Sunday, from 8 am to Noon.
Price: Free Admission