Bruno García

Bruno García  was born in 1967 in Punto Fijo, Falcón State. He is a national prize winning artist in Venezuela and has received international recognition. He was awarded the Gold Medal from the XIII Salon International in Herouville, France. Bruno García has exhibited across Venezuela, United States, Canada, France, Switzerland, Spain, Cuba, Mexico, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Colombia and Argentina.

 

With refinement in both painting and sculpture,  he explores three historic art periods which remain a constant source of inspiration for his work. The strongest influence is the Rock Art and the Caves of Altamira, which bare the extraordinary prehistoric murals of the powerful sacred animals on the walls and ceilings of the caves. The art of ancient Egypt where he articulates a strong interest in their archaic cult of death; and finally, the Italian Renaissance, including the Sistine Chapel where Michelangelo achieved his most famous and beautiful masterpiece.

 

The work of Bruno García, whether drawing, painting or sculpting, does not give up on the representation of the two stages; the inferior thing and the superior; the human and the divine; the land and the significant thing. In this respect, Garcia’s sacred beasts and warriors have spirits that possess a powerful energy and presence on the canvas and with every brush stroke he creates their cosmic universe that has no boundaries or limitations.

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