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Serendipity XVIII


MEDIUM

Mixed Media on Paper

DIMENSIONS (H x W)

22 x 30 in
56 x 76 cm

ARTWORK LOCATION

Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)

About

Experimentation with different materials, textures and techniques in each of his paintings has been a point of discovery and a major part of Raul de la Torre’s artwork.

This multi-colored horizontal artwork is created with thickly layered acrylic paint on paper. This original work on paper is not framed. This painting is 22 inches high by 30 inches wide. Convenient local Los Angeles area delivery. Affordable U.S. and global shipping is available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included.

The interaction between the artist, gravity, and the paint is important for the final result. The technique attempts to eliminate the absolute imprint of the artist’s hand. This permits the paint to be a major architect of the final result, giving it a life of its own. It results in infinite and timeless color combinations. In many cases, the different layers of color each represent a temporary state of mind, time, and even places and people.


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Raul de la Torre

Raul de la Torre

Raul de la Torre was born in Barcelona in 1964 and went on to attend Massana Art School there. Experimentation with different materials, textures, and techniques in each of his paintings has been a point of discovery and a major part of his work. In his Fils I Colors series he finds the third dimension through the use of different materials.

Initially, he removed paint from his artistic process by slicing his works and combining canvas and paper with other selected materials. Gradually the slicing gained more importance and became a reflection of his increased desire to add more dimension. Embroidery provides another layer as it creates thick shadows with organic shapes. De la Torre makes horizontal cuts on the canvas or paper and covers these open areas using color matching cotton thread.

De la Torre has exhibited across the world, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Hong Kong, and Singapore. His paintings can be found in private collections all over the globe.


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