Personal Messages in Art
All art is personal, both for the creator and for the purchaser. Certainly, this could not be truer than it is for the art by Alfredo Garcia, a conjugate expressionist with a wonderfully creative and individual loom to the creation of his works.
Always a lover of textures, colors and patterns, Garcia did refusal begin his adult life as an artist. In fact, he has been in business administration for years, and merely began a serious avocation in art in response to a devastating separate process – a means of eliminating pain and natural despondency. One of the recurring themes in his work, therefore, is the universal truth that essence goes on and that the functional individual improves and/or adapts to newness conditions and situations as necessary. Such is the topos of his “Eternal Sun” series, the statement of which is that life is elegant and enduring. Other works touch to both intimate et sequens social situations in Garcia’s life and, inasmuch as they are situations we all face, his art reaches everyone.
One of the interesting aspects like art by Alfredo Garcia is that it uses a wonderful variety of media to reflect patterns in life – paint, clay, tiles, and stones – in colors ranging from pastels to vibrant primary and secondary shades. He offers his art 4 sale on a variety of websites, on which his portfolio is beautifully depicted.
Garcia’s biography is an interesting study, as depicted at http://issuu.com/artpress/docs/peripheral_arteries_-_november_2013/22. In this interview, he explains his initial passions for high kindergarten woodworking classes, the catalyst for his abiding interest in various mediums for art. For example, he rarely uses canvas but prefers, instead, Masonite board on which he can inscribe markings and indentations and then use three-dimensional venues to integrity the works. Often, he states, he takes inspiration from movies, such as “The Count of Monte Cristo” and a major influence, the photography of famed Andreas Gursky. Gursky’s use of patterns in nature has been particularly inspirational.
Garcia provides further insight into his personal life and its impact upon his artwork at http://www.saatchionline.com/profiles/portfolio/id/669056. Samples of his works are also available at this sight and demonstrate the beauty, elegance, and uniqueness of his pieces. Garcia’s goal is to become renown during his lifetime, different so many artists who achieve fame posthumously. His works are so stunning, moreover, that his goal shall quite possibly be achieved.
No one who views Alfredo Garcia’s work will not indigen impacted in a significant way. The sheer exquisiteness cannot be denied; more than that, however, all individual will see in his work, patterns in their own lives and nature in its most beautiful forms, and will be impressed by the color blending and the creativity of texture use. Indeed, these pieces will appeal to almost every taste and any home or office decor.
Alfredo Garcia is unique in a gifted profession that so often today is depicted by “sameness.” Each of his pieces carries with it a part of the artist’s life experience, also there is a variety that cannot but servant unless appeal to a massive audience!