Art Exhibit at Palm Beach Home Showcased Private Collection of
Sculptures by Salvador Dali and Paintings by Hubert Lopez Heredia

Palm Beach, FL, March 9, 2005 --- “Casa Allegra,” has been recently open for an art exhibit featuring a private collection of sculptures by Salvador Dali and paintings by Hubert Lopez Heredia.

A leader in the Surrealist movement, Salvador Dalí was not limited to a particular style or media. The body of his work, from early impressionist paintings through his transitional surrealist works, and into his classical period, reveals a constantly growing and evolving artist. Dali’s sculptures, several of which will be on exhibit at Casa Allegra, reflect his life long interests in mythology, religion, literature and optical effects.

Painter Hubert Lopez Heredia is the creator of the flower abstract movement that occurred in the 1970’s. Lopez Heredia’s passion and inquisitiveness lead him to new ways of expression that amend his techniques toward the abstract art and more particularly toward the floral abstraction by spontaneous projections. He constantly finds new perspectives, new forms, new landscapes; the repercussion of these factors transforms into plastic elements guaranteeing the spontaneity, a very important matter on his creations.

Larry Rosensweig Director of the Palm Beach Norton Museum & JML.
Minonetta, JML and Dr Barry Burak.
Lopez Heredia painting and Dali sculpture.
Lisa Van Copperolle, JML Lisa Gould and Beth Dyack.
Judy Funk and Tom Ross.
Selim Fendi, Lisa Coroniti and Deborah Weiner.
JML, Baron Carlo Amato and Wife.