Posts Tagged ‘Juxtapoz

16
May
18

Have you ever seen a FLOWER that is NAKED?


There are times that we are like beautiful naked flowers, vulnerable, delicate, and exposed. In times like this, maybe all we need is to be heard, understood or just to be held.
For some, life can be ferocious, especially when one is trying so hard to follow ones’ dream. “Do I have what it takes to withstand the storm? Am I enough?” one may ask. …
Flowers are Naked by Eriberto Oriol

Flowers are Naked by Eriberto Oriol

Only to be told, “Forget it, just think positive and don’t talk about it!”
Not being able to talk about it might be one of the worst parts about being stressed or depressed. And if you do talk about it, some will be asking, “What is wrong with you? Why are you so negative?”
In this series of paintings, ‘FLOWERS are NAKED’ artist Eriberto Oriol has exaggerated some of the sexual icons in hope that they startle one into questioning the role that society plays in defining social roles and the rules it imposes.
For Eriberto, there is no absolute right or wrong. For him, to slay the Dragon that is within us is to listen to the wisdom of the heart and to have strength and courage to choose not to live by other peoples’ rules.
Text by Angelica
Paintings by Eriberto Oriol
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22
Mar
18

Cosmic Creativity?


 

 

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

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

 

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 pigeonholed 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.”

GO TO ForbiddenArtLA.com for a list of art collectors, publications, media coverage and more samples of his artwork.

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.

GO TO ForbiddenArtLA.com for a list of art collectors, publications, media coverage and more samples of his artwork.

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

By Angelica

 

 

14
Mar
18

What is Eriberto Oriol up to NOW? By Angelica


Eriberto is painting.

"Caras y Panochas"

“Caras y Panochas”

 

 

As a photographer, Eriberto has garnished considerable success. Now he is focusing on his painting, drawings and sculpture.

 

His work has more of an international flair as his inspirations come from great art from Asia, Africa and Mesoamerica.

 

It’s hard for Eriberto to try to give meaning or interpretation to his work, as he just seems to be a vessel for these inspirations.

 

GO TO ForbiddenArtLA.com for a list art collectors, publications, media coverage and more samples of his artwork.

 

08
Mar
18

Who is Eriberto Oriol? by Angelica


 

 

Artist/Activist. – Making a Difference.

As an activist, he advocated for environmental, economic, and health services for underprivileged communities.
As an artist, he has been an artist for some time and has contributed to the arts in various different ways.
Sotheby Auction House Director of Contemporary Art and History in New York added to her art collection with some of Eriberto’s artwork.
Founded the Linda Vista Health Care Center and broaden the Chicano Community Clinic to full-time status and added a Dental Clinic, San Diego CA, and to date still providing services to thousands.
As co-founder of the Pico House Gallery and Art Director in Los Angeles, he helped many young artists’ careers and contributed to the arts in general through his art.
Produced the first major graffiti exhibit in Los Angeles and the First Tribute to Alfredo Siqueiros that drew international media attention and artistic acclaim.
GO TO MEDIA @ ForbiddenArtLA.com for a listing of other publications and art collectors

 

10
Nov
17

Take the right RISK in art collecting. By Angelica Oriol at ForbiddenArtLA.com


 

Why do people collect art?

Some of the art collectors are just concern as to how their peers see them and their art collection. Some mainly cared about how they are going to be remembered. Maybe as “the one” who discovered or were the first to see the genius in the artist or artwork collected.

Most collect art to enrich their life. For some art collectors it is the “Ultimate Luxury” especially for some wanting to surround themselves with the very BEST. It is usually not as a financial investment.

Get to know more of artist Eriberto Oriol in: ForbiddenArtLA.com – it features Eriberto’s art and asks you to “Define your STYLE with ART” and see who is collecting his work.

“Where is My Coffee” art by Eriberto Oriol.

"Where is My Coffee?"

“Where is My Coffee?”

29
Oct
17

Update – New Paintings by Eriberto Oriol


Paintings by
Eriberto Oriol

 Define your STYLE with your ART – ForbiddenArtLA.com features his paintings and drawings.

Sotheby Auction House in New York, Director of Contemporary Art and History bought two of
Eriberto’s artwork.  Eriberto’s has also garnered the attention from
Taschen Publisher, Juxtapoz Magazine and William Wilson art critic for the L A times.

He has been published globally, including with Taschen Publisher,
Juxtapoz Magazine, LA Times, LA Weekly, 38 Timez Japan,
Drago Publishing, Warp Japan and The San Francisco Chronicle to name a few.

In an art review by top L A Times art critic, William Wilson called him a people’s aesthete.

L A WEEKLY named and featured Eriberto as a “Local Hero” for his work at the Pico House. 

Mural size Painting 16'.6" x 6'

Mural size Painting 16′.6″ x 6′

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"Where is my Coffee?"

“Where is my Coffee?”

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To see samples of Angelica’s artwork, go to: MangoAzul.com

 

 

 




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