Cuban-American artist Frankie Alfonso is widely celebrated for his captivating abstract paintings characterized by vivid colors and harmonious compositions that appeal to a broad range of art enthusiasts. Alfonso masterfully manipulates elemental lines to construct intricate arrangements of form, color, and shape, skillfully incorporating elements of cubism, cartoon animation, surrealism, graffiti, and abstract expressionism, captivating viewers with his innovative approach. Alfonso's original artworks have been exhibited and collected throughout the United States and have garnered significant recognition with their distinctive blend of abstract styles and artistic influences.
Fueling his artistic journey, Alfonso's lifelong love for drawing originated in his childhood, drawing inspiration from comic books and unconventional perspectives. As a young adult, he embarked on experimental ventures with various media, including oil, acrylic, gouache, and spray paint, continuously pushing the boundaries of his artistic expression even after two decades of relentless painting. Following his education at an art school in Florida, Alfonso embarked on an extensive European sojourn, delving into the profound study of European Masters that laid the groundwork for his artistic philosophy. Drawing inspiration from esteemed artists such as Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Paul Klee, Salvador Dali, Jean Michel Basquiat, Willem De Kooning, and Henri Matisse, Alfonso's oeuvre reflects a harmonious synthesis of diverse influences.