Featured Artist Santiago Perez

Artist Santiago Perez presents his portfolio of figurative painting which portrays the human condition. See more of his work by visiting his website.

 

Bound World

“Bound World” oil on linen, 20″ x 20″

 

Ultimately, life experiences take us through journeys of stirred emotions that give us internal snapshots of memories. My goal is to bring forth a collage of these moments of despair to ecstasy and let the viewer decide which state of consciousness they want to dwell in.

 

Path

“Path” oil on canvas, 48″ x 60″

 

My work focuses on combining abstract and representative elements to fuse both the literal intent that lends tangibility for my aims while allowing the viewer freedom to infuse individual meanings in the intangibilities of color, forms and shapes.

 

La Trinidad

“La Trinidad” oil on canvas, 40″ x 30″

 

The central message of my works seeks to illuminate man’s indecency towards his fellow man and the emotional turmoil common to the universal human experience that ultimately bring us to an emergent experience of personal enlightenment.

 

Seeking

“Seeking” oil on linen, 24″ x 24″

 

Every painting, every brushstroke, every triumph and every disappointment I have experienced as an artist has led me to this point in my life and career. The fact that you are reading this is a testament to perseverance, hope and my continuing artistic journey.

 

Untangled

“Untangled” oil on canvas, 30″ x 40″

 

I am currently a participating signature member at the Boca Raton Museum of Art’s Artists’ Guild as well as a member the Portrait Society of America and Oil Painters of America. At the moment I’m working on finishing the current body of work that can be found on my website.

 

Placidity

“Placidity” oil on board, 16″ x 20″

 

This year will be attending “2014 The Art of the Portrait Conference” as well as a workshop with world famous artist Graydon Parish, best known for his piece called “Cycle of Terror and Tragedy”, on the Munsell Color system.

 

Santiago Perez invites you to follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

Comments

  1. Santiago… Profound statement and work program. I admire your tenacity and drive. Wishing you much success in your noble pursuit.

  2. Alex Wilson says:

    I really can connect with this work of art because in the picture the mans hands are chained together, he is being locked up held back from something in there are obstacles in his way. This is like everyday life for some African American men, but also a lot of other races too.

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