Arturo GarciaPainting, Giclee Prints
Arturo Garcia is a Full time artist. His love for color give his style a unique perspective on both the subject and his media of preference, which is applying oil color on canvas with palette knives leaving as result an exciting combination of abstract within the figure. His style is classified by art scholars as Modern Fauvist Representational Art (figurativismo Fauvista moderno). Although the artist prefers to just call it modern art.
Arturo Garcia was the Arts Director for the Americas Latino Eco Festival, the biggest environmental Latino event in the United States; he is an active member at The Denver Art Society, the Art Students League of Denver, PAG, as well as other non-for-profit organizations in Colorado. Garcia’s work has been exhibited at The Denver Art Museum, The Butterfly Pavilion, The Mexican Cultural Center, CU Boulder, MSU, among other galleries. His collections “Great Migrations,” “Literary Giants,” “Art Masters” and “U.S. Presidents” have been exhibited in different public schools and libraries around Denver. Most recently, his work was featured in the National Wildlife Magazine (August-September, 2017 issue). Arturo’s paintings and prints can be found in different galleries and art stores in the Denver area, Utah, and Wyoming.