Part of the On Sacred Ground Series done in the Curvismo style by the Master of Curvismo. This image is the third in the series which was inspired by authoress and singer Bonnie Jo Hunt who is depicted in the fifth painting of the series.
THE MASTER OF CURVISMO™
Born in Torréon, Coahuila, Mexico, self-taught artist, Ricardo Chávez-Méndez has earned the nickname, "Dali of the Desert," by Airbrush Action Magazine. Currently he is introducing the style "Curvismo™" or curvism by way of teaching and gaining a following into the movement. For a complete biography please visit his website.
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~ ARTIST STATEMENT ~
"Art presents itself with a certain kind of energy proceeding from our innermost being where logic nor intellect can be art. At the present time there are many people who believe themselves to be artists, just because they are able to paint on a...
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