Verónica Pasman | FEMALE, FIGURATIVELY | Selected works by 7 female artists on the female form

FEMALE, FIGURATIVELY | Selected works by 7 female artists on the female form

Curated by Daniella Sforza
December 2, 2023– February 15, 2024
Opening Reception: december 2nd from 7 to 10pm.
Omsa Gallery: 15661 Sheridan St. FT. Lauderlade, FL.

The show includes brand new and recent works by Sofia Balut Paéz, Marina Font, Heidi Lanino, Amy Laskin,
Veronica Pasman, Julia Rivera and Patricia Schnall Gutierrez in what is a poignant and shared narrative, a
herstory that speaks to all of us on the ways that are uniquely female. Something in each of their oeuvre that
is a peaceful resilience, a loving out loud, a silent certitude of who they are in their own skin. There are tones
that reference classical Greco-Roman notion of beauty and gradually deconstructs into a contemporary

OMSA GALLERY begins the 2024 Art Calendar Year with a poignant group exhibit: Female, Figuratively,
Selected works by 7 female artists on the female form. The exhibit opens with a VIP exclusive Preview
Evening days ahead of the Basel Week bustle with former Formula-3 race car driver now award-winning Chef
Vincent Gourmet at the helm of a 5-course experience with wine pairing. The Artist, Patricia Schnall Gutierrez
will be present in their first of a series of “Chef’s Table w/ Artist Present” events for collectors to preview each
opening exhibit for the coming year.

After several POP-UP Exhibits in 2021, resulting in a resounding response, Gallerists, Dr. Ramon Perez and
his wife, Jasmin Batir Perez, set out to expand their space to encompass a 3000-square foot, state of the art
exhibit hall. To consolidate their vision, they hired on the Argentine born, NY savvy, Miami curator, Daniella
Sforza, as Curating Director of Exhibits. Currently the gallery is scheduling a year of poignant exhibits that
speak to contemporary issues, while bridging the divide, rather than a political approach, choosing a poetic
path to encourage thoughtful contemplation rather than hotbed reactions so prevalent in today’s public