Stroll Painting by Cesar Vazquez

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Art Description

Painting: Oil, Stone, Color on Canvas, Stone.

This painting was Inspired by Pepe Maestro's microstory "Perro".
I loved the duality of this beautiful story that winks to the reader in a humorous way.

I invite you read the original Spanish text:


Mi perro no sabe que es un perro.
Su comportamiento es prácticamente humano. Lo que más me incomoda es cuando me coloca el collar para sacarme a pasear.
Siempre le ladro.

Pepe Maestro, ESPAÑA (2011)

Handmade wooden canvas frame, 11cm deep, made by the artist. The painting continues on all 4 sides giving different perspective depending the viewing angle.

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Argentine artist Cesar Vazquez is inspired by natural raw materials, such as wood, stone, seeds and bamboo, which he collects and transforms into aesthetic objects. A major part of his work focuses on construction, where he combines the art of sculpting, woodworking and painting.
Nature and civilisation, inertia and change, are the central elements of his artistic research. Materials, which others might ignore, here they tell their own stories either as autonomous sculptures, or incorporated into paintings as protagonists.
The paintings are mostly anthropocentric and are influenced by literature, the unconscious mind, everyday life and movements such as Arte Povera and Surrealism. The artist allows the viewer to roam freely inside the narrative, urging him to redefine his relationship with nature.




Cesar Vazquez



Size: 21.7 W x 53.1 H x 4.3 in

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