Luis Fernández Arroyo
       
 
Landscapes in a bang of coluor
     
 
Eclipse
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 110 cm.
Chiarocuros
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 110 cm.
The hour of sunset
Acrylic on canvas
80 x 100 cm.
 
 
 

Varied horizon
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 90 cm.

Interior landscape
Acrylic on canvas
110 x 110 cm.
Beyond
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 cm.
     
 
Towards the north
Acrylic on canvas
110 x 100 cm.
Sun in the pampas
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 90 cm.
Pastures
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 100 cm.
     
 
 
Without time
Acrylic on canvas
110 x 100 cm.
Torrent
Acrylic on canvas
110 x 110 cm.
Austral landscape
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 100 cm.
     
 

F.A. has erupted into his art with magical joy. His paintings have as a "leit motiv" the landscape of sprawling plains from the "pampas", generally focused from very wide perspective and he moves within that difficult limit separating abstraction from figuration, or inversely, as one prefers. Nature is recognisable, but it is obvious that in his case, the artist is not subjected to it. In the terrestrial planes as well as in the celestial planes F.A. takes liberty in the way he treats his compositions, but with a considerable dose of constraint. But not because of this, does he enter into what we know under the name of realism. At times the colour is vibrant and highlights the emphasis of the drawing.

Rafael Squirru, La Nación.

There is an unquestionable fact: painting is nothing if one does not have the unusual gift of feeling. This is what L.F.A. proposes in his exhibition of landscapes, subject he has exhaustedly developed from his very beginning and in which he has outpoured his academicisms, his transgressions, his personal experiences, and, above all, his unconcealable joy for the act of painting. There is a colour explosion that spreads throughout the surface of the painting achieving with it great spontaneity that reflects the rhythm of the vital movement of every brushstroke.

Laura Feinsilber, Ambito Financiero.

Curriculum

Contemporary Argentine Painter.
He was born in Buenos Aires and during the last 30 years he had done 59 individual exhibitions in Argentina and abroad.
He had participated in more than 100 collective exhibitions, sometimes belonging to groups like “Plastic Art Promotion” and “Opening” created by the Argentine Society of Plastic Art.
He also took part of several national, provincial, municipal and private exhibition halls, being awarded with 29 prizes and distinctions. His work form part of museums and art galleries in Argentina and abroad. He was member of the jury in National, Provincial and private Exhibition Halls.

 

 

     
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