Lucid Art Gallery is located in the heart of Miami Design District, in an art-friendly neighborhood. Lucid is dedicated to display of contemporary art and it makes available a commercial platform for artists to share their creations and expressions with the viewers. Lucid aims to inspire personal expression and motivate with art. It offers the viewers a collection of wall art, sculptures, drawings, collages, and much more. Its objective is to illuminate the viewers mind and allow artistic creations to become a force for good in the society. At Lucid, artists can make their unknown known.
Lucid featured in Florida Design Magazine
Payal Tak has established Lucid Art Gallery as a culmination of over 30 years of a love affair with Art. Having created art with several mediums including papier mache, wood carving, brass and aluminum sheets, oil paints, acrylics, fabric paints, and so much more, Payal’s artistic journey started at a very young age and as years went by, she learnt that art is a powerful tool of transmission….of hope; courage; and balance.
“My art reflects my optimism. I couldn’t be more grateful to life for allowing me to perpetually surround myself with color. Art has been an activity that has kept me grounded while allowing me to fly at the same time. My journey in exploring the magic of colors started at a very young age. I am self-taught and am fascinated with concentric circles; geometric patterns; monochromatic themes; crazy brush strokes; medley of colors; mish-mash of media, and so much more! My Gallery is that place that aims to inspire and motivate”…..Payal
Welcome to the Gallery!
FRESCO May 1, 2023 - August 13, 2023
Details will be forthcoming soon...stay tuned!
Browse through the pictures of CHROMA 2022.
A very well attended show.
November 28, 2022 – December 11, 2022
CHROMA showcased a collection of arts created by 11 national and international artists. Participating artists included: Elidea, Graciela Montich, Brandon Clarke, Robert Frankel, Romina Garbarino, Enrique Alfonso, Gustavo Ramirez Cruz, Payal Tak, Simi Bhandari, Ramses Llufrio, and Heather Lynn.
Gallery of Artworks