Posts Tagged ‘eriberto oriol

21
Jun
18

Did you kill the song?


When you kill the bird, you kill the song. As it would be, when you kill the person’s spirit you kill the soul and their song.
In this painting, “The Ravages of Greed and Power,” the artist
Eriberto Oriol seems to capture the characters’ pain and anguish of their dying souls.

Did you kill the Song?

He hopes that these powerful characters startle people out of their daily routine and question the sanity of greed and power.
Most of the time Eriberto does not want these faces to come in his paintings. He prefers that he could just paint without the psychological trips.
Why do artists do this? El Greco felt that the spirits whispered madly in his ears. For artists like Francis Bacon and Edvard Munch, some felt that their disturbing paintings were a sign of madness and that these artists were completely off the wall.
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Eriberto feels it is a privilege to have the unique distinction of being an artist that allows him to see the world that is not always obvious.
His dream is that the sky would get bluer, that the birds would start to sing again, and the glaciers stop melting.
In Spanish we say, “El Sueno del artista, es que el cielo se vuelva mas azul, los pajaros comienzen a cantar de nuevo, y los glaciares dejen de derretirese.
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Text by Angelica
Painting by Eriberto Oriol
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17
Apr
18

Imagination, is it Madness?


The painting “Into the Night,” seems to be a psychological journey of the human condition.

 

"Into the Night" painting by Eriberto Oriol

“Into the Night” painting by Eriberto Oriol

 

They say that some of the most powerful works of art emerge from the artist’s darkest moments and when an artist is pushing the envelope; for some, the work may appear to be shocking.

 

Eriberto’s work has a unique artistic vocabulary. His characters seemed to be looking with curiosity and seem to be haunting moments of human life and in a sort of apocalyptic flare showing the basic fears encountered by most people.

There is a certain kind of freedom that comes from madness. With civilization come the rules and regulations. Who is really free? Who are the normal people; those who are free to act on their instincts and desires; or those who are ruled by regulations and expectations?

As an artist, Eriberto Oriol, is not interested in following the rules and schools of art. He feels that humanity has been bestowed with great gifts; perhaps the greatest of them all is imagination because it has the power to change the world.

 

Some say, “Where there is light, there is a dream.” For an artist, sustainability through their art is the Dream.

 

Painting by Eriberto Oriol

 

Text by Angelica

 

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21
Mar
18

Cosmic Creativity?


"Cosmic Woman" painting by Eriberto Oriol

“Cosmic Woman” painting by Eriberto Oriol

In his paintings, Eriberto Oriol’s characters are often missing the real structure of what is supposed to be a full body and often all you see are interactions of the shapes, color and texture.

 

Eriberto does not want to be pigeonhole in ONE style. It is hard at times to have the unique distinction of being an artist, but Eriberto sees it as a privilege to be able to express the magic of his imagination.

 

Projecting his emotions through color, line, his work has more of an international flair from inspirations that comes from great art from Asia, Africa and Mesoamerica.

 

Text by Angelica

 

Eriberto is standing by one of his recent paintings “Cosmic Woman.”

 

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16
Mar
18

What is Eriberto Oriol’s FOCUS now?


Eriberto is painting.

In some his painting, the images do not always reflect the real structure of what is supposed to be a full body.   What you see in some of his work is the intertwined and interactions of shapes, color, and texture.

"Angelica and her shadow" painting by Eriberto Oriol

“Angelica and her shadow” painting by Eriberto Oriol

Born and raised in the United States he sometimes paints from themes that flow from memories, with various painting styles, impressions from his subconscious and street experiences.

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Eriberto is standing by one of his recent painting, “Angelica and her shadow.”

By Angelica

 

 

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
04
Dec
14

TIME CHANGE NOW 2-4 PM this Friday and Saturday or by appointment


PRINT SPECIAL – Private Art Collection of prints printed by Self-Help Graphics and some by Modern Multiples and other publishers available for pick-up ONLY special.

We have artists prints on Chaz Bojorquez, Gajin Fujita,  Haze, SABER, Alex Kizu aka Defer, MEAR ONE and of course prints of Eriberto’s Oriol work and a few other artists prints for pick-up special in Los Angeles see  http://www.pinterest.com/forbiddenartla/limited-edition-prints/ to see some of the prints, not all are listed.

MUST GO prices special on some prints.
For pick-up ONLY in the downtown Art District this weekend:  Friday and Saturday 2-4 pm

"First Love" by Eriberto Oriol

“First Love” by Eriberto Oriol

 

"Heart of L A"

“Heart of L A”

day from 2 – 4 pm or by appointment at:  1300 Factory Place in downtown Los Angeles, CA or call 310.424.0329 for more information.  TIME CHANGE NOW 2-4 PM Friday and Saturday or by appointment.

04
Dec
14

This FRIDAY and SATURDAY 2 – 4 Downtown Los Angeles-pick-up your print


PRINT SPECIAL – Private Art Collection of prints printed by Self-Help Graphics and some by Modern Multiples and other publishers available for pick-up ONLY special.

We have artists prints on Chaz Bojorquez, Gajin Fujita,  Haze, SABER, Alex Kizu aka Defer, MEAR ONE and of course prints of Eriberto’s Oriol work and a few other artists prints for pick-up special in Los Angeles see  http://www.pinterest.com/forbiddenartla/limited-edition-prints/ to see some of the prints, not all are listed.

MUST GO prices special on some prints.
For pick-up ONLY in the downtown Art District this weekend:  Friday and Saturday from 2 – 4 pm or by appointment at:  1300 Factory Place in downtown Los Angeles, CA or call 310.424.0329 for more information.  TIME CHANGE NOW 2-4 PM Friday and Saturday or by appointment.

Shepard_print_Estevan_Eriberto_4376(1)Foto on left of Steven Luciano by, Estevan Oriol and on right Kathline by, Eriberto Oriol: Published by, Shepard Fairy

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Part of “Rain Series”
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“America’s Most Wanted and Welcome to LA” photos by Eriberto Oriol on paper and wood
First come special on first 2 prints
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Limited Edition published internationally published books and magazines available on display

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Limited Edition. Published by Tashen, Modern Multiples, 38 Timez magazine JAPAN, and others, now available on paper and wood.

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