Noemia Alonso Felipe

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Born in São Paulo, Brazil.

2020 to 2022: Member of Collective of Artists BB Arte. Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Brazil

https://www.bbarte.com.br/noemia-alonso-felipe-artista-coletivo-bb-arte-ipanema/ 

2018: Instructor in Clay Figure Sculpture with Life Model at Boca Raton Museum Art School. FL, USA.

2016: Substitute Teacher in Painting and Mixed-Media at Boca Raton Museum Art School. FL, USA.

2016: Featured artist at “Artist at Work”, presenting discussion of the ancient process of lost wax casting - from clay into bronze, Boca Raton Museum of Art. FL, USA.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O22pLq0kXVo 

Since 2009 - 2018: Sculpture, Painting and Mixed Media Master Studio under Miles Laventhall, Boca Raton Museum Art School.
2001 to 2005: Worked with the Interior Designer Natanael Felipe in São Paulo, Brazil.
2001/2002: Sculpture Classes under Isa Valdetaro, São Paulo, Brazil.
1988 to 2000: Porcelain Enameling (Chinese, Japanese, Delft, Rouen, Art Nouveau and Italian Styles) São Paulo, Brazil.
1985 to 1987: Portraits, Landscapes and Still Life commissions in São Paulo, Brazil.
1986: Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts - Painting and Engraving at the Fine Arts College of São Paulo (FEBASP – Faculdade de Belas-Artes de São Paulo, Brazil).

Awards:​

2016: "Milton and Florence Hoffman Sculpture Scholarship Award" at the Boca Raton Museum Art School. FL, USA

2013/2014: “Milton and Florence Hoffman Sculpture Scholarship Award” at the Boca Raton Museum Art School. FL, USA
2009/2010: “Milton and Florence Hoffman Sculpture Scholarship Award” at the Boca Raton Museum Art School. FL, USA.
1997: “Yara Silveira Trophy” ;Terracotta, Glass and Porcelain Competition. SP, Brazil.


Articles:

"Voyage MIA Magazine  Thought Provokers Boca Raton. Interview: Noemia Felipe" August 23, 2018. Digital Magazine. FL, USA    http://voyagemia.com/interview/check-noemia-felipes-artwork/ 

"MUSE" - Boca Raton Museum of Art October 2016 to January 2017, Pg 23. FL, USA

“Art & Culture of Palm Beach County”  Spring/Summer 2010, Vol 4, i 3. Pg 76.  FL, USA.
“Art in Porcelain” (“Arte em Porcelana”) – UBAP, Brazilian Union of Art in Porcelain, number 40, pages 18 and 19, edition 2000. SP, Brazil.
“Ventura”  Spring 2000, number 34, pages 12 to 22. RJ, Brazil.
Woman Net Channel,  “Life”  Show (“Viver”) Interview, 2000. SP, Brazil.

Published book:

“Nymphs of Time” Solo Exhibition Catalog. Copyright Noemia Alonso Felipe, 2000. Garilli Gráfica Editora Ltda, SP/Brazil.

 

Solo Exhibition
• “Nymphs of Time”- Porcelain Enameling, Farmhouse Morumbi (Casa da Fazenda do Morumbi) 2000, SP, Brazil.

Selected Exhibitions

  • 2021 Expo Sala José Cândido de Carvalho. Curators: Desirèe Monjardim/Marcia Marschhausen. Niterói, RJ. Brazil

  • 2021 Expo BBBúzios - 6o Circuito Arte Búzios. Curators: Flory Menezes / Marcia Marschhausen. Búzios, RJ. Brazil

  • 2019 Master Studio Exhibition – Bridge Project – Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2018 Replenish and Rejuvenate Faculty Show - Boca Raton Museum of Art. FL, USA

  • 2016 Master Studio Exhibition - Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2015 Celebrating Ceramics – Boca Raton Museum The Art School, FL, USA

  • 2015 Fiber, Master Studio, Photography, Paintings Exhibition- Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2015 The Coral Springs Center For The Arts Juried Art Exhibit.  Coral Springs Museum. FL, USA

  • 2105 Master Studio Exhibition - Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2015 Noemia Felipe & Regina Vila Verde Master Studio Gallery Show - Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2014 Art Florida – J.M. Family Enterprises Gallery at ArtServe. FL, USA

  • 2014 Salon des Refusés – Broward Art Guild. FL, USA

  • 2014 Adult Students’ All-Media Juried Exhibition and Art Sale – Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2013-2014 Adult Students’ Drawing, Portrait, Figure, Jewelry, Glass, Stone & Wood Exhibition – Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2013: “Adult Landscape, Still Life & Abstract Painting, Collage, Clay Sculpture & Ceramic Exhibition & Art Sale” – Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2013: "Nude Nite"​- Orlando. FL,USA

  • 2012-13: “Adult Landscape, Still Life & Abstract Painting, Collage, Clay Sculpture & Ceramics Exhibition” – Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  •  2012-13: “Adult Portrait, Figure, Jewelry, Stone & Wood Exhibition” – Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2011: “Annual Adult Student’s Exhibition” - Boca Raton Museum The Art School. FL, USA

  • 2002: “502 Years of Brazil” - Farmhouse Morumbi - Brazilian Academy of Art, Culture and History. SP, Brazil

  • 2001: “XXXII Contemporary Brazilian Art Exhibition”- Chapel Art Show. SP, Brazil

  • 2001: “Construction Pictures” - Cassiano Araújo Gallery. SP, Brazil

  • 2000: “Several Languages” -  Bric-a-Brac Gallery. SP/Brazil

  • 2000: “First Heart-Action” -  Jockey Club, Cassiano Araújo Gallery. SP, Brazil

  • 2000: “Enameling on Porcelain, Faience and II Show of the Firemaking” - Clube Pinheiros, UBAP. SP, Brazil

  • 2000: “Month of Independence Show”  Cultural Space Braston. SP, Brazil

  • 2000: “Second MOAD” Cassiano Araújo Gallery. SP, Brazil

  • 2000: “Brazil 500 Years Celebrating Show”-Commercial Center Aricanduva. SP,Brazil

  • 2000: “Great Small Artworks Show” - Farmhouse Morumbi, Brazilian Academy of Art, Culture and History. SP, Brazil

  • 2000: “Fine Arts Exhibition in Commemoration of the International Women’s Day” - “Farmhouse Morumbi, Brazilian Academy of Art, Culture and History. SP, Brazil

  • 1999: “Art Show in Commemoration of the Announcement of the Republic Day” - Farmhouse Morumbi, Brazilian Academy of Art, Culture and History. SP, Brazil

  • 1997: “II Show of Terracotta, Glass and Porcelain of Saint Amaro” - Municipal Library President Kennedy, SP, Brazil. Prize: Yara Silveira Trophy

            Category Faience/Porcelain.

  • 1991: “Noemia Alonso and Shizuka Koshimura”, Almeida Jr. Gallery of Art. SP, Brazil

  • 1986: “First Art Fair Anhembi” - Palace of Conventions of the Anhembi, SP, Brazil

  • 1986: “Art Show” - A.C.M. SP, Brazil

  • 1986: “Art is Life” - Mokiti Okada Foundation (Fundação Mokiti Okada) SP, Brazil