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11
Jul
17

The Artist’s DREAM and the MUSE


The Artist’s DREAM and the MUSE

The artist’s dream is to be able to live off his or her art and to do that, they need to have the space and resources to create the art.

The Muse is the one who believes in the power of the arts and the artist.

Angelica and I, Eriberto Oriol have contributed to the arts and artists for a long time and now we want to dedicate our efforts to create art and contribute to the ARTS with our art.   We need investors/muse to help with resources to produce the ART and help to move it.

If you can help with the dream, contact us: eribertoartx@yahoo.com

Samples of Angelica’s art: MangoAzul.com
Samples of Eriberto’s art: ForbiddenArtLA.com

 

Rain Series

Los Angeles in the Rain is mystical, magical and beautiful.

Photos by Eriberto Oriol.

 

 

03
Jul
17

Underground – METRO – Los Angeles


Underground – METRO – Los Angeles

“Historical and spectacular.”

 

27
Jun
17

Angelica and I, Eriberto Oriol have a DREAM


Angelica and I, Eriberto Oriol have a Dream and are looking for Investors to help us with our DREAM

Our Dream: To get a “live-in work studio” to create art and to continue to contribute to the arts with our artwork.

Sample of our artwork:

Eriberto’s ForbiddenArtLA.com / Paintings

Angelica’s Art ForbiddenArtLA.com / Paintings / Angelica’s art

 

If you want to HELP us with our DREAM, contact us at: eribertoartx@yahoo.com. Thank you. See ForbiddenArtLA.com for more information.

We have been published globally: https://eribertooriol.wordpress.com/media-coverage/

19
Jun
17

We have a Dream and are looking for Investors who wants to invest in the DREAM


The Pico House Story

The Pico House building was in shambles and had been abandoned for over 40 years. Windows were broken, some floors and walls were missing and some homeless had been living there for years. Eriberto Oriol became responsible for the renovation, design, and art installation. He hired Reyes Rodriguez and his crew to put in floors, walls, fix windows and to paint the entire inside. Remarkably, within 2 weeks the building was beautiful and ready to be used as an exhibition art space.

 

We are happy that through our efforts of bringing the Pico House space up to par, for over the past 30 years now it has provided innumerable venues for a variety of organizations, artists, and the Hollywood Entertainment industry.

The PICO HOUSE First exhibit was “LA LA” and featured artwork from artists: John Valadez, Eloy Torrez, Patssi Valdez, Carlos Almaraz, Wayne Healy, Alfredo De Batuc, Guillermo Bert, Margaret Garcia, Willie Herron and others – February 25 – April 8, 1989.

Patssi sold everyone of her pieces that we exhibited. A curator from France saw her work there and soon her work was seen in France, Spain and Sweden. See Valdez full story in the L A Times.

We have a Dream and are looking for Investors who wants to invest in the DREAM

The Dream: To get a “live-in work studio” to create art and to continue to contribute to the arts with our artwork.

If you want to invest in the DREAM, contact us at: eribertoartx@yahoo.com. Thank you.

 

Special thanks: https://eribertooriol.wordpress.com/pico…/special-thanks/

 

STOREhttp://forbiddenartlacom.bigcartel.com

15
Jun
17

We have a Dream and are looking for Investors who want to invest in our DREAM.


Our Dream

We have a Dream and are looking for Investors who want to invest in our DREAM.
Our Dream: To get a “live-in work studio” and the time to create art
and to further continue to contribute to the arts with our artwork see: ForbiddenArtLA.com

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS – ARTS
We have contributed to the arts throughout the years; here is part of the story of our contributions and the exhibits that we produced at the Pico House. Story – How we got the Pico House at ForbiddenArtLA.com for details.

At the PICO HOUSE, we have featured artwork from artists: Carlos Almaraz, Alfredo De Batuc, Guillermo Bert, David Botello, Rudy Calderon, Elsa Flores, Margaret Garcia, Wayne Healy, Willie Herron, Rosalyn Mesquita, Francesco Siqueiros, Eloy Torrez, John Valadez and Patssi Valdez. Exhibit ran from February 25 – April 8, 1989.

Patssi sold every one of her pieces she had at the Pico House. A curator from France saw her work there and soon her work was seen in France, Spain and Sweden March 21, 1992 Valdez full story in the L A Times.

28
May
17

More Print Media – PICO HOUSE


06
Dec
16

Like Father, Like Son


Street Photographer Eriberto Oriol

See how this father-son duo captured all; from Gosling to gang members on the street… Hennessy



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