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Online art site launches featuring prints from contemporary Latin American and Latina/o artists
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WINTER PARK, FL.- Showcasing limited edition prints, P-Squared Gallery launches today as the go-to online art gallery exclusively featuring contemporary artists of Latin American heritage.

As a curated boutique site, P-Squared Gallery offers high-quality digital prints priced to engage all levels of collectors while also generating income for new and established artists.

“After 10 years of traveling and enjoying art in Latin America, we realized many of the artists we met did not have the opportunity to offer their work to art lovers in the U.S.,” said Patricia Prevatt, founder of P-Squared Gallery. “An online gallery is the perfect place to bring artists and collectors together and to introduce and promote the work of Latin American and Latino artists globally.”

Currently the gallery is featuring a dozen artists offering multiple works in various media.

“We are thrilled to be working with artists from locations as diverse as Buenos Aires, Brasília, New York and Havana,” said Prevatt. “The quality of work these artists are producing is deserving of an international stage. It is a great experience to work with such dedicated individuals and bring their work to an expanding audience of art enthusiasts.”

Supporting educational art programs is also a founding principle of P-Squared Gallery; therefore a percentage of every sale contributes to the purchase of cameras, computers and other supplies used in artistic creation and education. These tools provide emerging artists of all ages with the opportunity to develop their skills and imaginations through art. Through the P2 Art Alliance, P-Squared partners with school and community art programs to meet the specific needs of their students.

To learn more and view available prints, visit

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