31.00"W x 31.00"H x 1.0"D

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Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: pop art

Media: acrylic on canvas

Size: 31"W x 31"H x 1"D

Year Created: 2013

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Pop Mistico is the result of a deep interior jouney, a voyage to the innermost of my
unconscious, observing myself immersed in a luminescent plot, experoencing a
bond with the cosmos, nature and creation. It is the mystery of conception, birth and
the experience of the Void, the main elements that stand out from my recent
work; an intense chromatism in continous expansion that seems to border vibrant
outlines of parallel and intangible worlds.
This set of artworks is the result of a detailed narrative towards the depth of self-
knowledge, of a web that encompasses creation, the search for enlightenment and
the integration to the fountain of life.
Pop Mistico also reflects an evolution of line and colorsthrough the years. The drawing, as a dynamic structure that contains the pictorical expression, fuses into graffitti, always
giving great importance to the possibility of expressions that strokes have.

Eduardo Molina is a professional artist based in Miami Florida, specialized in painting and mixed media. His body of work emerged in the wake of the influence of Pop Art, Spiritual and Street Art, focusing on the endless nature of the Universe that depicts the connection between material and ethereal elements. After growing up in Venezuela, he lived in France and Spain where he pursued a degree in “Bellas Artes” in Salamanca’s university. After graduating he started producing drawings and illustrations for several publications and also exhibitions housed in institutions such Cite des arts in Paris, Museum of Contemporary Art in Caracas, Circulo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, and other important galleries and museums around the world. A highlight on his career is the art work installation “Saturno Bar” combining Environment Art with “Happening”. Currently Eduardo Molina is working on his new multimedia art project called “Empty Mind” where he explores the endless dimension of the mind in a journey without return. Linear elements immersed in radiant colors and vibrant forms, depicts the infinite condition of the mind.

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