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lugufelo, or Luis Guillermo Fernandez Lovera, is a Venezuelan-American sculptor known for his multidimensional style that engages multiple senses. His sculptures, made from aluminum, stainless steel, and wood, incorporate geometric shapes and interact with natural elements like the sun and wind, creating a dynamic sensory experience. As a student of kinetic design under the tutelage of Jesus Rafael Soto, lugufelo draws inspiration from other renowned artists such as Naum Gabo, Pablo Picasso, and Victor Vasarely. lugufelo's installations can be scaled to various environments, from corporate entrances to local parks. Despite the grand scale, he seamlessly integrates small computer-generated components into his designs. In addition to his artistic pursuits, lugufelo enjoys his family time by bicycling, walking, and practicing martial arts. Recognized for his talent, he has received numerous awards and accolades, including dedicated recognition from the City of Doral, Florida. Currently residing in Venice, Florida, his artwork can be found in private collections across the Americas, Europe, and beyond.


My art is multi-dimensional, providing an integrated experience that engages multiple senses during the brief time that the audience interacts with my public work. I aim to create an immersive experience that goes beyond visual appeal, using various elements to fully engage the viewer and create a lasting impression.

Venice City Council Considers New Location for Butterfly Statue in West Blalock Park
Written by Bob Mudge, Senior Writer at Venice Gondolier
Venice, FL – A new chapter unfolds in the placement of a butterfly statue within the Monty Andrews Arboretum at West Blalock Park. Originally proposed near the playground, the Venice City Council is now evaluating a more secluded spot north of the gazebo. The statue, a creation by renowned artist Lugufelo, is a focal point of ongoing community engagement. The decision to explore alternative locations stemmed from safety concerns raised by local residents about the initial placement near the butterfly garden. The concerns highlighted potential climbing hazards, despite measures planned to discourage such behavior, including Florida-Friendly landscaping and informative signage...

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"Large Scale Dreams" unveils a curated collection of lugufelo's most iconic and ambitious creations. Each sculpture tells a story, inviting you to delve into the artist's mind and witness the birth of monumental dreams turned into tangible reality. From towering monuments that grace public spaces to intricately detailed installations that command attention, this publication encapsulates the breathtaking range and artistic versatility of Lugufelo's craftsmanship.