Viva La Gummy - March 19, 2011

"Viva La Gummy"
The Solo Show of Mauricio Murillo

Zapata copy

Mauricio Murillo is known for creating his humorous photographs using Gummy Bears and showing how they imitate human behavior, when left outside the package, in his cynical and hilarious manner. “Viva La Gummy” will bring the viewer deeper into the Gummy Bear world Murillo has created.  You will get the opportunity to see new portraits of iconic characters in the Gummy world, that lead to the revolution to be free from their human captives, in brand new hilarious photographs. Expect everything from a sighting of the mythological creature known as the “Lone-Lee Monster” (known to terrorize and eat helpless gummy bears and small children) and a glimpse of Murillo’s street art installations that have a strong Mexican influence in his work, as well as new photographs of your favorite candy goodness getting into more comical situations.

Saturday, March 19th, from 6pm – Midnight

Sketching Session with live Gummy model 6-8pm
Opening Reception begins 8pm
Musical Performance starts at 10pm

25 5"x7" prints to first 25 people that come
to the show!  Then another 25 throughout the show for some luck winners.

Art Whino Gallery
122 Waterfront St.
National Harbor, MD 20745

Show end date: April 6th

The event is FREE and open to the public.

About the Artist

Mauricio Murillo is from Orlando, Florida where he was a graffiti artist and has now emerged as one of the most "out of the box" fine art/photographers in the New Brow genre. His humor, craftsmanship, and colorful depictions of life through a Gummy Bear's eyes have been winning acclaims and awards.


You Really Let Yourself Go Hunny


You Wouldnt Like it When Im Angry
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