Roslyn Heights, NY (PRWEB) March 3, 2009
http://www.JoseMauricioCadavid.com or http://www.cadavidgallery.com, a recently launched gallery website, now feature the creative work of world-renowned Colombian artist Jose Mauricio Cadavid. For the first time on the Internet, viewers have the chance to see Cadavid's lifetime worth of fine art, all in one place.
In addition to a gallery of his digital art, drawings, mixed mediums, paintings, 3D/sculptures, and more, http://www.JoseMauricioCadavid.com or http://www.CadavidGallery.com also contain information on Cadavid's body of artwork and biography. Visitors can email for further contact with the artist.
Known widely for his bohemian tradition, Cadavid's work draws attention to his abstract use of medium-vibrant and vivid colors, from bold, clear reds, turquoises, and yellows to somber, mellow mauve tones. Extracting inspiration from a variety of subjects, Cadavid often recreates human and animal bodies and forms, water, clouds, mountains, enveloping human hands, a myriad of life experiences.
Whether oil painting, acrylic, digital art, drawing/sketching, chiaroscuro, pastels, or sculpture, Cadavid's artistic talent is exhibited through a multitude of mediums. While not entirely abstract, his work is classified as producing a new metaphor for reality, and represents Cadavid's profoundly creative aptitude.
With over 35 years of original fine artwork, JoseMauricioCadavid.com and CadavidGallery.com are already satiated with Cadavid's paintings, drawings, sculptures, and digital art, yet they are updated almost daily with new works.
About Jose Mauricio Cadavid:
Born in 1952 in Medellin, Colombia, Cadavid's artistic talents were evident from an early age. As a student, Cadavid was eager and avid to learn, leading him to pursue formal studies at the Instituto de Bellas Artes, Muzeo de Zea, and Instituto de Artes, all in his native Colombia.
From 1979 to 1982, Cadavid studies fine arts at the Art Student League of New York. During this time, he worked closely with Knox Martin and Leo Manso. A McDowell Scholarship recipient of the year 1983-1984, Cadavid traveled throughout France, Spain, Holland, and Italy to study the masters of fine art. After the year of traveling and studying, he continued silk-screening studies at the Manhattan School of Printing.
Since then, Cadavid has enjoyed success as an artist. In 1983, he staged a one-man show at the Art Student League in New York City and was featured in the Grant Recipients Show at the Lincoln Center. In 2003, Cadavid's one-man show was displayed at the Jericho public Library in the Nassau County, New York. His fine artwork can also be seen in various private collections in Colombia, Europe, Israel and the U.S.