Carlos Ramos

Carlos Ramos Diaz was born in Ambato, Ecuador in 1954. In 1975 he moved to Caracas, Venezuela and lived there for four years before moving to Maracaibo, his final residence, later acquiring Venezuelan citizenship. Carlos Ramos Diaz became an active artist in 1970, inspired by great masters such as Van Gogh, Renoir, Rembrandt and Kandinsky. This inspiration defined his early years; his voyage through impressionism, collages, and their combination with aspects of South and Central America aboriginal cultures: Inca, Maya and Azteca centered his colorful work through masks, totems, and figures related to these three ancestral cultures. Currently, more focused on abstract art, he still preserves certain features of these ancestral symbols. Carlos Ramos Diaz is currently  researching other proposals of the aboriginal cultures.

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(Sold) Sideral I
Oil on Canvas
19 x 19 Inches
2014
(Sold) Sideral II
Oil on Canvas
19 x 19 in
2014
(Sold) Totem
Oil on Canvas
8 x 16 Inches
2013
Desde arriba se ve mejor la tierra
Oil on Canvas - Framed
11x19 in - 18x26 in framed
2016
Flotantes
Oil on Canvas - Framed
34 x 34 in
2016
Fuerza Cromática
Oil on Canvas - Framed
26 x 48 in
2016
Policromía sobre blanco
Oil on Canvas - Framed
8x24 in - 16x29 in framed
2016
Vestigios en el espacio en fondo blanco
Mixed Media on Canvas
74 1/2 x 33 in
2017
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