See No Evil

Celebrating the Year of The Red Fire Monkey



“New Year Song” – Paolo Pedroni – 30×40 cm – Pencil & Water Colors

A group exhibition welcoming the Chinese New Year with works by:

Jean Pierre Arboleda, Anne Bachelier, Bill Carman, Simone Castrovillari, Richard Hagerty, Daniel Merriam, Mimi Yoon, Craig LaRotonda, Paolo Pedroni and Caroline Young


AFA Las Vegas
Fashion Show Mall

February 5th-29th
Opening Reception: February 12th 6-9 PM
Artist Demonstration: February 13th 1-4 PM

AFA Las Vegas presents a group show to usher in the Chinese New Year For 2016: the year of the Red Fire Monkey. The show will feature local, national, and international artists all inspired by their interpretations of the red fire monkey. The artists included in this show of fifty works are collectively inspired by the clever, witty and inventive sensibilities of the Fire Monkey. Each artist expresses his or her unique vision through a collection of original paintings or drawings.

The collective works in this exhibition ask the viewer to embrace irrepressible desires and dare to manifest the creative inventions of the mind into the physical world. The Fire Monkey dares to be different, as do the painters in this exhibition; they strive to paint with exuberance and reveal the curiosities born from their fantasies.

The Fire Monkey’s “See No Evil” optimism and the lucky color red converge, in this most auspicious year, when dreams will be realized. This is a year of action, ambition, and adventure in a moment when the reward for the optimism will be revealed in good fortune. Red is symbolic of “The Hearts Desire” and represents the fire that enlivens passion, luck and love.


An opening reception bill be held on Friday, February 12th from 6-9 PM

RSVP Requested to or by calling (702) 785-0061

Performance painting with special guest artist Caroline Young February 13th, 1-4 PM

Free and open to the public

AFA Gallery Fashion Show
3200 Las Vegas Blvd. S. Suite (upstairs by Nordstrom)
Las Vegas, NV 89019


artwork: “New Year Song” – Paolo Pedroni – 30×40 cm – Pencil & Water Colors