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Henderson, Nevada USA
When seen up close my art work is a tragedy, there you will find nothing but chaos. We can compare this to what we think are the negative things happening to us at the time. We fail, we lose, we experience loss, and we hurt ourselves and others. As you step back you see colors start to mesh becoming light and shadow. We realize that as time passes we begin to heal from our hardships and find ourselves smiling once again. Take two steps back it becomes obvious the lights and shadows are forming into shapes consisting of substance, depth and composition. We find over a more distant period of time that prior events lead us to that exact moment. We are now feeling somewhat grateful for what was once unfortunate. Take ten steps back and there you see the entire picture and its captured beauty. A combination of qualities: the shapes and colors have now become a form that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially to both the heart and eyes.
We reach the end of our journey and only than do we look back at our lives proud and insightful with everything we have gained and learned from our faults, hardships and failures. We now know the answers to the events involving our own past, we become wiser. Everything good in our lives turned out to be a thing of beauty, without the challenges we faced we would have not been fueled with the passions and love that got us where we ended up, a better place. Just like the chaotic lines of my pieces, it is truly infinite and something to look forward to, so enjoy the mess you-re in now because it is just a small piece of a much bigger more beautiful story and in the end you will be able look back at your own master piece happy.
This is a style the art world has never seen before. The reincarnation of two Legendary Masters, Claude Monet and Jackson Pollock, brought together through one mind, Michael Romero Duran. His ingenious style can only be described as Impressionism meets Abstract Expressionism meets Realism. He is the one and only origin that can make this new style come to life. I create my art work by using a tool I invented from copper wire. I dip the tool into large quantities of paint and drip the paint onto a canvas lying flat. After I drip a layer of paint, I typically wait 10-15 minutes so that it has a dry top shell. Only then can I continue adding another layer. At the beginning it looks like an ordinary Pollock type painting. It looks very messy and abstract, but after multiple layers, the piece is finally completed. When you take a step back the results are breath taking, a master piece is created!
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