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Michelle created this painting of Havana Cathedral, also known as Catedral de San Cristobal, from memory, many years after she fled Cuba in 1957, never to return. This house of worship, which was completed in 1777 and is located in Old Havana, is Cuba’s most famous church. The remains of Christopher Columbus were interred here from 1796-1898, before being relocated to Europe. Constructed from blocks of coral, this is where Michelle prayed and sought guidance. Not immediately apparent in the lower middle portion of this painting due to its starkly diminutive size is a man wearing a hat, sitting on a bench, gazing at and seemingly contemplating the church.

This is a 1/1 NFT of the original 20" x 24" inch oil painting.

Michelle creó esta pintura de la Catedral de La Habana, también conocida como Catedral de San Cristóbal, de memoria, muchos años después de que huyó de Cuba en 1957, para nunca regresar. Esta casa de culto, que se completó en 1777 y se encuentra en La Habana Vieja, es la iglesia más famosa de Cuba. Los restos de Cristóbal Colón fueron enterrados aquí desde 1796-1898, antes de ser trasladados a Europa. Construido con bloques de coral, aquí es donde Michelle oró y buscó orientación. En la parte inferior media de esta pintura, debido a su diminuto tamaño, no se aprecia de inmediato a un hombre con sombrero, sentado en un banco, mirando y aparentemente contemplando la iglesia.

Este es un 1/1 NFT de la pintura al óleo original de 20" x 24" pulgadas.

Michelle Trunzo (1933-2016) collection image

Michelle's paintings are currently being shown at the Millennium Gate Museum in Atlanta, Georgia. Michelle's exhibition debuted on the 26th of June 2021 and will continue for the following months.

On the same day that Michelle's artworks debuted, the Cuban community of Atlanta came together at the Millennium Gate Museum to celebrate liberty for Cuba. This day was officially declared José Martí Day by the governor of Georgia. During this event, a statue of José Martí was revealed by the Martí Historical Society, Inc. with well-known guests Andy García and Enrique Chia. We hope this statue serves as a symbol representing hope for a free Cuba, and not just Cuba, but in all places... As if a signal fire from God declared to us what was to come for Cuba on July 11th, 2021.

Michelle's art reminds us of the light of this world. Taking us through the sacred hallway to the sea that sets us free. Michelle's art now walks the seas of OpenSea with NFTs of her oil paintings.

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Michelle created this painting of Havana Cathedral, also known as Catedral de San Cristobal, from memory, many years after she fled Cuba in 1957, never to return. This house of worship, which was completed in 1777 and is located in Old Havana, is Cuba’s most famous church. The remains of Christopher Columbus were interred here from 1796-1898, before being relocated to Europe. Constructed from blocks of coral, this is where Michelle prayed and sought guidance. Not immediately apparent in the lower middle portion of this painting due to its starkly diminutive size is a man wearing a hat, sitting on a bench, gazing at and seemingly contemplating the church.

This is a 1/1 NFT of the original 20" x 24" inch oil painting.

Michelle creó esta pintura de la Catedral de La Habana, también conocida como Catedral de San Cristóbal, de memoria, muchos años después de que huyó de Cuba en 1957, para nunca regresar. Esta casa de culto, que se completó en 1777 y se encuentra en La Habana Vieja, es la iglesia más famosa de Cuba. Los restos de Cristóbal Colón fueron enterrados aquí desde 1796-1898, antes de ser trasladados a Europa. Construido con bloques de coral, aquí es donde Michelle oró y buscó orientación. En la parte inferior media de esta pintura, debido a su diminuto tamaño, no se aprecia de inmediato a un hombre con sombrero, sentado en un banco, mirando y aparentemente contemplando la iglesia.

Este es un 1/1 NFT de la pintura al óleo original de 20" x 24" pulgadas.

Michelle Trunzo (1933-2016) collection image

Michelle's paintings are currently being shown at the Millennium Gate Museum in Atlanta, Georgia. Michelle's exhibition debuted on the 26th of June 2021 and will continue for the following months.

On the same day that Michelle's artworks debuted, the Cuban community of Atlanta came together at the Millennium Gate Museum to celebrate liberty for Cuba. This day was officially declared José Martí Day by the governor of Georgia. During this event, a statue of José Martí was revealed by the Martí Historical Society, Inc. with well-known guests Andy García and Enrique Chia. We hope this statue serves as a symbol representing hope for a free Cuba, and not just Cuba, but in all places... As if a signal fire from God declared to us what was to come for Cuba on July 11th, 2021.

Michelle's art reminds us of the light of this world. Taking us through the sacred hallway to the sea that sets us free. Michelle's art now walks the seas of OpenSea with NFTs of her oil paintings.

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