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Oscar Pardo, 1967 | Abstract Figurative painter






Spanish self-taught artist and painter Oscar Álvarez Pardo was born, living and working in Zaragoza, Spain.
In my watercolors, after years of dedication and learning to master this so difficult medium, there is an initial stage devoted to a hard work essentially realistic... mainly portraits and seascapes become a constant in my work. In what could be a second stage I begin to introducer the fantasy in my paintings, realistic work alternating with others of fantástco court.


















Today I also use acrylics, guoache and inks, and continue alternating realism with fantasy. Sometimes I use lines to wrap up the figures in my paintings, to descriptive and emotional reinforcement. When I work on my paintings i try to convey the same emotions that inspire to me (tenderness, romance, loneliness, etc ..)
Artists like Edward Hopper and Steve Hanks have influenced my work. I have had exhibitions in different cities in Spain: Zaragoza, Huesca, Barcelona, etc ... and part of my work is in private collections (Spain, Francia, Bélgica, China, GB, Australia, EEUU).