Mixed Media, Fiberglass on Wood Base
21 x 12 in
53 x 31 cm
Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)
Brazilian artist Mauro Oliveira creates artworks using special automotive detailing tape, acrylic paint, pencils and other creative media, finishing his artworks with several layers of resin for an immaculate and super glossy finish. The exceptionally shiny varnish gives Mauro’s pieces a delightful reflection and a finished look. Many of his geometric pieces are named after specific places and skylines that inspired the artwork. Each artwork is precisely planned out and there is little room for error with his technique, which makes each piece equally stunning.
Mauro used mixed media, including colorful buttons and fiberglass to create this unique bust. Free local Los Angeles area delivery. Convenient shipping within Continental US. Affordable global shipping is available. A certificate of authenticity is included.
Mauro believes the artist should express their emotions and feelings through art. Each piece should have a beginning, middle and an end, with an individual outlook and interpretation for each observer. “What I might be really trying to do with my art, is to represent the complexity of the inner self in a simple clean way using vivid colors. My only hope is that every piece touches the viewer somehow.”
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Best known for his geometric work done with automobile detailing vinyl tapes, Mauro Oliveira also creates three-dimensional wall artworks that resemble floating sculptures, creatively incorporating objects such as color pencils, pens, water color tablets, paper clips, rubber bands, wax, metals or other everyday materials. All his artworks are covered in an immaculate and glossy resin finish.
As a Brazilian born child with 7 siblings and growing up in extreme poverty resulted in creativity starting early. At age 10 he took advantage of the free tin piggy banks given by all the banks back then and encouraged other kids to paint them with him in order to sell at a weekend art fair in Sao Paulo: 1000's were sold. He made it to college and won a student exchange program contest sponsored by the Federal University of Uberlândia, Brazil. He studied Journalism and the Arts and immigrated to the U.S. in 1990.
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