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Butterflies for Puerto Rico is a literary, artistic and musical project that I started together with puertorrican musicians Eunis and Zire from Klaro de Luna, Abraham Dorta, Nore Feliciano and Fernando Madera. Each musician composed a song for one of the butterfly characters from my literary work "The Journey of the Butterflies. Each butterfly song was presented as a Live Concert on facebook. During hurrican Maria the project was cancelled due to the chaotic situation in the island.
After Hurricane Maria the project changed and became an artistic, musical and social project to help the island of Puerto Rico. I invited more musicians to participate in what became Butterflies for Puerto Rico.
We started working together with north-american musician Marcelle Gauvin, chef Kelly Pirro from the non-profit organization ServePR and Milton Soto from Island People Recovery to be able to gather and distribute goods around the island. The project is growing, other puertorrican and costarrican musicians and artists are joining to help.
So stay tuned and follow us in: Butterflies for Puerto Rico facebook page so you can enjoy the live concerts from:
Eunís and Ziré from Klaro de Luna - Marina's song
Abraham Dorta and Rafael Augusto - Sofia's song
Jean Peré - Iris song
Marcelle Gauvin - Marcie's song
Fran Diurca - Pura's song
Lila Espiral - Violeta's song
Nore Feliciano - Martina's song
Jesus Escarlata - Aria's song
Fernando Madera - Lucia's song
Juan Cosme - Eva's song
Rafael Hernandez - Lira's song
Sergio Quintero - Chroma and Luna's song
Ilen Candelario - Lola's song
Gabriela Esquivel - Gema's song
About Mark Rothko
Mark Rothko's life is meaningful and profound for me. He's not about now...he's about forever...always questioning the establishment... In his own words: "One does not paint for designing students or historians but for human beings...and the reaction in human terms is the only thing that is really satisfactory to the artist...the people who weeped before my paintings are having the same religious experience that I have while I painted them" Simon Shama explains us that what he fear the most was to be told how beautiful his paintings were...because that would have meant that they might be treated as no more than interior decoration.
About Helen Frankenthaler
Helen Frankenthaler was an expressionist abstract painter. "Mountains and Oceans" was her first exhibition in 1952. She invented and used the "soak stain" technique to apply the colors on unprepared canvases. During her life, she was also interested in woodcuts which had a similarity to her paintings. The natural landscape was one of the themes that inspired her.
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