Anabel Rub Peicher
Anabel Rub Peicher
I believe in respecting human beings, living creatures and nature. Through my art and actions I strive to spread compassion, happiness, kindness and peace. In my installations aim to transport the audience to a world of fantasy, where they take respite from reality and allow their imaginations to soar.
By undertaking different projects I challenge myself to create unique works of art. I encourage individuals to become proactive and to empower themselves with positive values and actions in order to create a more tolerant and peaceful worId.
ANABEL RUB PEICHER - BIOGRAPHY
Born and raised in Lima Perú, her passion for Art started at an early age when she took drawing workshops at The Academia Suarez Vertiz in Lima Perú.
On December 1974 she relocated with her family to Miami, Florida and graduated with a bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Miami.
Her artistic passion and creativity comes through designing interiors, furniture, logos, art work, ceramics and sculptures.
She has participated in the American Red Cross Designers Show house of Broward County in 2007 and 2008.
She participated in Art Serve Eagles Soar…A Tribute to Liberty with her artistic design on the ‘Liberty Eagle.’
Constantly exhibiting her work and participating in competitions has enabled her to receive several awards.
She had her first solo art exhibit on February - March 2010 at Gallery 101 in Ft. Lauderdale. She has participated at Flamingo Gardens Art Fest on 2011, 2012, winning first place for 3D sculpture in 2013 and 2014. She has exhibited with her mother Raquel Rub at Maor Gallery from February to March 7th 2011. She has had a second solo exhibit at Artspark in Hollywood, Florida on December 2012 through February 2013. Her work has been exhibited at Luminarte in Dallas Texas and at the Ayalon Chamber of Commerce in Dallas, Texas. Participated in Red Dot Exhibit on December 3 - 8, 2013. She had her third solo show at North Regional / Broward College Library in Coconut Creek, Fl. in the summer of 2013. Her fourth solo show took place at the Sala de Exposiciones del Club Regatas Lima Perú, from March 6 - April 6, 2014. On May 17 -July 2014 she exhibited at Espacio 120 Hospitalet, Barcelona, Spain. She exhibited with the Ceramic League Miami at CAS Gallery, University of Miami, Fl. in which she won the Buck Weaver Memorial Award with her “Abstract III” Ceramic.
She also exhibited a 2nd Mother and Daughter show at CRA Business Center,. and at Bailey Contemporary Arts BaCa gallery, Pompano Beach, Fl, where they currently are displaying on the 2nd floor. She is currently exhibiting at BAG, Davie Library, N Lauderdale Library [ Solo Exhibit, through November 2015], and at the Armory [Sept 25-Oct.23 2015].
She exhibited at the Home Show on Oct. 23-25, 2015, and had a solo exhibit at the University of Miami, Wynwood Gallery on February 2016. She had a solo exhibit on April -June 2016 at Sunrise Civic Center Art Gallery. She participated in Arte Vibrante Lima Peru in May 2016. She recently participated on "Telling Tales - Stories of home"
Collaboration Project between a group of story tellers from the lifelong learning institute at Nova SE University and a group of South Florida Artists connected to the world and Eye Arts Center, which will be on display at Fat Village in March 2017. She also participated with "Forget me not" on February 2017 at Art Serve.
Through Broward Art Guild she volunteers teaching Art to seniors at Brookdale Willow Wood in Ft Lauderdale, and at Gilda's Club in Ft. Lauderdale.
She is President of the 2 + 3 The Artists Organization, board member of The Broward Art Guild, member of Art Serve, Broward College Ceramic League and Ceramic League Miami.