Abstract Paintings from Central America(40 items)
"I have a number of dreams in this life. One is to popularize my country's fine art."
"I'm David Fernando Duke Bonilla. I was born in 1979 in El Triunfo, El Salvador. In 1980, during the civil war, my family found it necessary to move to the capital to escape the political persecution. I grew up in the city and studied in... read more
Popular Abstract Paintings from Central America
Signed Blue and Orange Abstract Painting from El Salvador, "Composition 351"$429.99
Abstraction is the favorite art style of El Salvador's David Fernando Duke. Inspired by his studies in Germany, the United States, Russia, and the Netherlands, he works with oils and acrylics to paint this scene. Forms of dark and light blue collide with a small cloud of orange, a scene that is captured expertly by the artist's hand. in Spanish.
Signed Textured Abstract Painting from El Salvador (2018), "Technicolor"$1,504.99
In a world of deep and light blue hues, a bright pink figure centers this painting by El Salvador's David Fernando Duke. The artist works in a characteristic style that he has developed during his travels in countries such as Germany, the United States, Russia, and the Netherlands. He combines oils and acrylics with various methods of applying the paint to achieve a fastinating texture. in Spanish.
El Salvador Jewel Tone Original Signed Abstract Painting, "Eager Colors of the Soul"$1,009.99
"You know those vibrant people and how their souls seem to glow? And how we ourselves feel when we achieve something and experience it intensely? David Fernando Duke says. "In this painting, I use colors to convey those feelings." His palette favors sheer jewel tones.
Titled "Ávidos colores del alma" in Spanish.
Abstract Painting of Four Colorful Figures from Guatemala, "Beginning of a New Cycle"$359.99
Inspired by the beginning of a new cycle, Jose Coutiño paints a vibrant composition that seeks to capture the natural and cultural beauty of Guatemala. In colorful abstract designs, four women are depicted, two seated, and two standing. The colors and designs are inspired by traditional pre-Hispanic clothing. Says the artist, "Each moment lived is an opportunity to prepare the earth to receive the next seed. The earth is related to what we think and the seed is the possibility to give our lives a different rhythm, encountering a limitless number of possibilities. What we were was not always the best; it is important to position yourself in the present moment and proceed from there." in Spanish.