'World Tour of Landscapes' By Juliana Bo Exhibit Opens in Boca Raton, 4/3
BOCA RATON, Fla., March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ An exhibition of landscapes by Juliana Boopens April 3 and will run for a monthat the palatial downtown offices of Douglas Elliman Real Estate,444 E. Palmetto Park Rd.,before continuing on to other venues in New York City.
The exhibition, from which part of proceeds are to benefit Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, kicks off with a private cocktail reception from 5-7pm on Thursday, April 3 rd.
"We're honored to be hosting this striking exhibition of exotic landscapes by photographer Juliana Bo," said Marisela Cotilla, Managing Broker of the Boca Raton office at Douglas Elliman Real Estate. "Coming into Douglas Elliman Real Estate in April while these fabulous photographs are on display will be like taking a luxurious world tour," she added.To contact Marisela Cotilla, please email her at Marisela.Cotilla@elliman.com or call 561-245-2634.
Juliana'sappreciation for landscapes began in the Czech Republic, where she undertook many hiking and camping trips. After graduating from high school in 2000,Juliana Bomoved to the United States and began her American journey in New York City.
The exhibition will feature landscapes she photographed while traveling across America,Europe, Australia, South America, Antarcticaand the Caribbean over the last decade, making a few detours to exotic islands such as Hawaii, Fiji and Bora Bora.
Some of Juliana's landscapes can be viewed on her websitewww.JulianaBoPhotography.com.
"When it comes to inspiration, Juliana points to renowned landscape photographer Peter Lik, whom she met while in the field in Maui in August 2013. Now a resident of Florida, she also admires the works and Floridian stylesof Alan Maltz and Clyde Butcher," said AdrienneMazzone, TransMedia's Director of Art & Entertainment.
Among the landscapes to be displayed at the exhibition are "Tranquility Lake" in Lake Tahoe, CA, "Reflections of Dawn," in Molokai, HI, "Majestic Reflections" in Yosemite, CA, "Golden Beach" in Lanai, HI and "Dawn of Time" in Utah. The "Dawn of Time" piece will be shown majestically on Times Square next month in New York City.
Other works to be presented are "Tahiti Triangles" in Bora Bora, "12 Apostles" in Australia and "Buon Giorno" in Venice, Italy.
Media Contact: Adrienne Mazzone 561-750-9800 x2270; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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