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Orixá 12"x15"Black Pigment, Oil and black 3.0 on Pan de Chita*
I first met Tony Paraná when we both had studios at Spring Street. I liked his work then and I still do. Paraná is originally from Brazil draws a lot of inspiration from his native culture. The work shown above is sold but you can find more at www.tonyparana.com, or follow @tonyparana on Instagram
*Pano de Chita is a colorful and vibrant cotton-based fabric widely used as the base of popular cultural traditions in the Northeast and North of Brazil Originally from India, traveled to Europe and made its way to Brazil in the 1800s
Places you can see my work:
Lawndale Art Center, have one piece in "The Big Show"
Carolyn Garcia Galllery (Inside the Montrose Eye Clinic)
Spring Street Studios, 2 pieces in "Art at the End of the Tunnel"
Or you can email me to arrange a studio visit. firstname.lastname@example.org