Miami-New York artist Rubem Robierb, above right with a fashion model, displayed his Bullet-fly Effect Series Monday night at the SLS Hotel, 1701 Collins Ave.
Hundreds of friends and fans jammed a private bar upstairs at the hotel for Robierb's exhibit.
Afterward, Robierb helped his husband, Good Morning America weather anchor Sam Champion, celebrate his 52nd birthday.
South Florida friends attending the exhibit and birthday dinner included WSVN anchor Craig Stevens, WTVJ Assistant News Director Chad Matthews, Broadway director Richard Jay-Alexander, events producer Edison Farrow and actor Kley Tarcitano.
Click here for more pictures. Photos by STEVE ROTHAUS / Miami Herald Staff.