|By Marketwired .||
|August 1, 2014 02:21 PM EDT||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/01/14 -- The Miami New Construction Show, the premier real estate event in South Florida, is pleased to announce Emilio Sauma Jr., known as Sauma The Artist, as its official artist. Sauma created an official painting for the show, "The Beginning," that captures the essence of Miami through his unique artistic vision.
"I have always loved Sauma's work and now having him as the official artist of the show will expose his brilliance to a new audience," said Anita Funtek, CEO of the Miami New Construction Show. "I love that his artwork is always full of life and color, reflecting the spirit of Miami and our event."
Emilio Sauma Jr. is a Cuban artist influenced by the old Cuban Masters. He uses these influences to create artwork that is diverse, brilliant and full of unique details. Sauma has received numerous awards for his many charitable contributions and dedication to raising awareness for the arts. To learn more, visit: http://www.saumatheartist.com.
The Miami New Construction Show, expecting more than 35,000 visitors from all over the world, will feature 100 new luxury development projects in South Florida and close to 80 real estate related-professionals. For more about the show, visit: http://miaminewconstructionshow.com.
The Miami New Construction Show is an annual three-day real estate exhibition that takes place during Labor Day weekend at the Miami Beach Convention Center. The Show brings together key stakeholders in the market of luxury condominiums in South Florida to create a marketplace where buyers meet sellers and service providers. The Miami New Construction Show is a central event for the real estate market in South Florida and an international reference in luxury living. For more information about the Miami New Construction Show please visit www.miaminewconstructionshow.com.
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