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Mixed Media Paintings by Artists from Argentina

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Argentine Artists - Mixed Media Paintings

Graciela BELLO - Argentine Artist, Acrylic Paintings, Mixed Media Paintings
Graciela Bello is an Argentine artist born in Buenos Aires in 1957. While Graciela Bello was studying Literature at the University, she took courses in History of Art, Aesthetics, Airbrushing, Photography and she attended different art workshops. Then, she did textile designs and stamps and she organized art workshops for children and adults...

Mirta BENAVENTE - Argentine Artist, Mixed Media
Mixed media paintings by Argentine artist Mirta Benavente...

Ignacio FUSILIER - Argentine Artist, Acrylics, Mixed media, Photography
Ignacio Fusilier lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he is an architect since 1991 and he has been painting since he was a young boy. He has attended workshops for over ten years with a few local masters such as Néstor Arona, Ariel Olivetti, Ignacio Noé and Jorge García. As a painter he has been in solo and group exhibitions, and as an illustrator and graphic designer his work includes web sites, album covers, posters and flyers...

Eduardo GIL - Argentine Artist, Photography, Video, Mixed Media
Eduardo Gil is an Argentine artist who exhibited his work individually in Latin America, United States, Europe and Asia. His work is part of important international collections such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Fine Arts Museum in Buenos Aires, The Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Nueva York, Museo de Arte Moderno de Río de Janeiro, Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Consejo Mexicano de Fotografía/Centro de la Imagen de México, Casa de las Américas de la Habana, International Center for Photography de Nueva York...

Maria PARMO - Argentine Artist, Acrylics, Mixed Media
Maria Parmo was born in Cordoba, Argentina, in 1959 and was active in art from her early childhood, including starting to study piano at age five. Her high school interest in mathematics carried into her studies at University where she majored in it for three years. Even though she had an intense interest in the subject she left the idea of having a career in it behind. But her studies in math have always given her a logical way of looking at things in the world and have had a direct influence on her artwork...

Ana Ines SERANTES - Argentine Artist, Acrylic, Mixed Media
I was born in Tigre, Buenos Aires, on the last day of 1955 and still live in this water land called Delta. Perhaps because it should be, like all childern, I became an artist the day I made my first messy scrawl. This doodle was rearranged by vocation and time, guided by academic training. Many years of my life I was devoted to art education.This practise, I say without hesitation, has been the richest and most immeditae non academic support I have ever received, almost effortlessly and without noticing it.

Judith VILLAMAYOR - Argentine Artist, Sculpture, Installation, Mixed Media
Art is a way to expand awareness. The magic, the invisible as a real part of our environment it's my raw material along with acrylics, candles, cement and the words to develop my work, which is only the register of my personal evolution. I explore the materials or the ways I need to understand a bit more my environment, my people. It amazes me how can people be so violent, or abandon themselves to the lack of affection, as well as the high vibration the divine provokes, filial love, contemplation...

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