Happy holidays from us to you! As the holiday is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and on those who have helped us shape our vision. We are thrilled to have our featured unique and limited pieces to find its home at collector's venues this year to bring joy and reflection. Here are some of the highlights...
As we optimize our presence at one of the international art hub, Miami ~ our goal is also to encourage kids to be creative. Ryan Schmidt visited the art class of Palmer Trinity School in Miami to talk about the creative process and mechanics of an art career during the Coconut Grove Arts Festival this year. It is the largest and oldest art fair in South Florida where he won 3rd place in Sculpture category out of 400 artists.
Photo credit: Robert App
NBC6 Miami with SoulArt's Representative Robert App during the setup of our Sculpture Garden at Coconut Grove. CBS Miami also covered news footage of Mayor Tomas Regalado speaking at our venue.
We finished this year's Artprize in Grand Rapids placing Tango by Ryan Schmidt at Top 25 in public vote exhibited at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum Grand Rapids, Michigan. Read More.
After the exhibit in Michigan, Tango was brought to Miami for a three-year placement together with one of the monumental piece, Ascension installed earlier. Check out both sculptures in front of BankUnited Building at the Financial District in Downtown Miami 1428 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL.
More of Miami....
To view small and medium size collection, visit Williams McCall Gallery on
South-of-Fifth Miami South Beach: 110 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
~ Our cultural experience in Asia ~
Represented USA out of 360 Artists from 63 countries who showed their inspiration through 3,000 artworks exhibited at Art Revolution Taipei 2017. Find our why it touched the hearts of many artists, and attracted elite art collectors who truly love fine art. It is a warm welcome and amazing cultural experience. Read more for the highlights...
The Nutrilite Logo Sculpture is commissioned by Amway Botanical R&D Center in Wuxi, China for its $13million farmland. Amway is headquartered in Ada, Michigan. The Center will be a global R&D asset and also an experience destination for worldwide visitors. The facility is being developed as a place for emotional conversion.
From the bottom of our hearts, we thanked everyone who's been a part of this significant year. We also thank those who contributed in fulfilling our projects delivering exemplary results: Robert App, Raymond Bolduc II, Carol Yeh, Lynn Marks, and Rob Schmidt.