Victor-Raul Garcia

We love artwork that creates a reaction within the first few seconds of seeing it! The kind of reaction that intrigues you and produces a wide range of emotions. Well, that’s exactly what the paintings by Victor-Raul Garcia does. Seeing one of Garcia’s paintings just isn’t enough. You are enthused to see more; see more of his talent, technique, and creativity come to life. His work is Abstract Modernism that combines Cubism, Abstract Impressionism and Brutalism. Most of his paintings are vivid in color and bold, but the few that are neutral still have the same impact and ‘WOW’ factor that the others have. He collects images that later become his inspiration for his paintings. From interior design magazines to textile showrooms and floral shops, it’s really anything that captures his eye. And with his ability to combine color, line, texture, depth, and movement without having any schooling is absolutely fascinating. Take a look below at his work that we found from his website, they’ll surely grab your attention!

And make sure to view his website for more information about him and his work!
http://www.victorraulgarcia.com/ 

“Soho”, 4’x4′ mixed media on wood, New York (2008)

“El Paso”, 3’x3′ gouache, tempera and acrylic on wood, New York (2010)

“Gotham”, 4’x4′ wood stain, gouache, spray paint and enamel on wood, New York (2010)

“In Bloom”, 4’x4′ acrylic, Tempera and watercolor on wood, New York (2011)

“Oaxaca”, 45″x45″ acrylic and Tempera on wood, New York (2011)
“American Rose”, 2’x4′ acrylic and poster paint on wood, New York (2011)

“Laguna”, 45″x45″ acrylic and Tempera on wood, New York (2012)

“Untitled 47″, 48″x48” acrylic and wood stain on wood, New York (2012)

“Melocoton”, 45″x45″ Tempera on wood, New York (2012)

“Untitled RS”, 42″x42″ acrylic on wood, New York (2012)

“Tormenta de Fuego”, 48″x48″ acrylic and textile paint on wood, New York (2013)
“Piel de Culebra”, 45″x45″ acrylic, enamel and wood stain on wood, New York (2012)
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