Title: Starry Night
20 x 32
Weight: 2.5 lbs.
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He has been involved in art since childhood in Jerez, Mx., when AT AGE 11, he was discovered and encouraged by writer and philanthropist LOIS RASER from Christian Children Foundation he was awarded a trip to Mexico City, there he was greatly impressed by works of fabulous Mexican artists. In the 1990's While studying for school teacher, he studied Theater, Dance, Music, Spanish and English Literature, and Plastic Arts as well. He switched teaching to spend full time in the art world. In 1998 He opened an alternative art venue CafeBizarro - Arte Contemporaneo, in his hometown; to showcase art in any form by local and foreign artists as well as his own. Based in Los Angeles since 2003, He has participated in around 35 group and solo exhibits,in curated and juried shows in conventional and alternative venues
A R T Composition of symbols, circles and spheres, geometrical shapes with right angles or amorphous spaces. All arranged in a way that depicts life in any form, in any way, under any mean. The elements are placed to give a message of LIFE. Figures which to some beliefs are very important symbol. Life is here, there , and everywhere, in right, left, high and low places. and we could find it in lines, textures, shapes, colors, dimensions, figures and representations of stereotypical symbols. Some surfaces might give a sensation of ageless or timeless atmosphere. Through his works, EDUARDO BONILLA invites us to know his journey on his search in life, a searchin in which life itself is the main character. Some paintings might make us feel emotions and sensations that we probably have never felt in a while. Colors are immediately engaging, attractive, even. And yet, get closer, and the colors are not as simple as you might have first thought, color has depth, texture, complexity. The expression may not be literal or figurative, it may be beyond language, but it is certainly complex. His paintings are complex in their technique. This complexity is not forbidding or off-putting, however. There is always something concrete to hang your thought and attention on, the shape of a face, a horizon, doors, ladders, stairs, pools, moons... There is always something offering you a place from which to start, to begin to think about, to think in.
Master in Arts and Teaching
Based in Los Angeles since 2003, He has participated in around 35 group and solo exhibits,in curated and juried shows in conventional and alternative venues,including: Mexican Consulate Los Angeles 2011-2012 current exhibit Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery 2011 CSU Long Beach 2010 GIAF and AIAF 2009 Wang Whamoon International Art Festival, Soeul Korea. 2009 ASTO International Art Festival, Sejong Center, Korea, April 2009 ASTO Museum at San Bernardino – June 6-27, 2009 GIAF Beijing, Foundation of China ASTO International Art Festival in Long Beach 2007 Edgar Varela Fine Arts for AMP The Brewery Art Complex, L.A. California Art Institute in San Diego Gallery i - 5 , L.A. Pharmaka Gallery, L.A. Phantom Galleries, Pasadena Barndsdall Art Canter, L.A. Self Help Graphics, L.A. J Ferrari Gallery, L.A. Espresso Mi Cultura, Hllywd Lombardos Art Sudios, Culver City Casa la Nueve, Tijuana, Mx. The Novel Cafe, Santa Monica The Friars of Beverly Hills California Art Institute in San Diego, PETER SUMTS' Human Pixel Project 2004 AMP at Art Share L.A . Collective Los Angeles Goitia Museum, zac. Mx State Congress Hall, Zac. Mx Featured article Downtown L.A. Life Magazine and Adelante magazine among others. AMP member ,Artists' Meeting Place and Resource
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