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The Last Supper is a painting that has always had an important significance to me and my family because of our Catholic beliefs. This artwork is a remake of Leonardo da Vinci’s original mural painting, where surrealism takes place and my unique style, Toonymania, depicts not only the consternation that occurred among Jesus and his apostles when HE announced that one of them would soon betray HIM but through the symbolism found throughout the painting, other important things are unveiled and revealed:

Paradise (behind Jesus), hades (bottom corner and snake), the chalice and the bread (eucharist), blood (salvation), the table (formed by the holy scriptures), other religions (the universal heart of God) and the hands of God father holding (the creation). The birds and the fishes that compose the walls are a reference to tessellation, created when a shape is repeated over and over again covering a plane without any gaps or overlaps (geometry formula). It was, however, graphic artist and master of tessellation M.C. Escher, one of my strongest influences, who took the mathematics of  tessellation to a whole new different level. 

The symbols that are mentioned are perhaps the most obvious to find. However, it’s worth taking the time to contemplate every -“creature” or puzzle piece- as I like to refer to the elements that make up the whole of my paintings, promoting a visual and very personal dialogue where each one discovers new meanings and connections.
The Last Supper is a painting that has always had an important significance to me and my family because of our Catholic beliefs. This artwork is a remake of Leonardo da Vinci’s original mural painting, where surrealism takes place and my unique style, Toonymania, depicts not only the consternation that occurred among Jesus and his apostles when HE announced that one of them would soon betray HIM but through the symbolism found throughout the painting, other important things are unveiled and revealed:

Paradise (behind Jesus), hades (bottom corner and snake), the chalice and the bread (eucharist), blood (salvation), the table (formed by the holy scriptures), other religions (the universal heart of God) and the hands of God father holding (the creation). The birds and the fishes that compose the walls are a reference to tessellation, created when a shape is repeated over and over again covering a plane without any gaps or overlaps (geometry formula). It was, however, graphic artist and master of tessellation M.C. Escher, one of my strongest influences, who took the mathematics of  tessellation to a whole new different level. 

The symbols that are mentioned are perhaps the most obvious to find. However, it’s worth taking the time to contemplate every -“creature” or puzzle piece- as I like to refer to the elements that make up the whole of my paintings, promoting a visual and very personal dialogue where each one discovers new meanings and connections.
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Sr Toony

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Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 48 W x 36 H x 1.5 D in

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The Last Supper is a painting that has always had an important significance to me and my family because of our Catholic beliefs. This artwork is my own version of the Last Supper scene, where surrealism takes place and my unique style, Toonymania, depicts not only the consternation that occurred among Jesus and his apostles when HE announced that one of them would soon betray HIM but through the symbolism found throughout the painting, other important things are unveiled and revealed: Paradise (behind Jesus), hades (bottom corner and snake), the chalice and the bread (eucharist), blood (salvation), the table (formed by the holy scriptures), other religions (the universal heart of God) and the hands of God father holding (the creation). The birds and the fishes that compose the walls are a reference to tessellation, created when a shape is repeated over and over again covering a plane without any gaps or overlaps (geometry formula). It was, however, graphic artist and master of tessellation M.C. Escher, one of my strongest influences, who took the mathematics of tessellation to a whole new different level. The symbols that are mentioned are perhaps the most obvious to find. However, it’s worth taking the time to contemplate every -“creature” or puzzle piece- as I like to refer to the elements that make up the whole of my paintings, promoting a visual and very personal dialogue where each one discovers new meanings and connections.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:48 W x 36 H x 1.5 D in

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Instagram / YouTube @srtoony Pablo Azar is a successful Mexican-American actor, painter and environmentalist. Known worldwide for his participation in both Latin and American TV series and movies, he has made a name for himself after more than 15 years of an impeccable and arduous career. Through his great passion for the performing and visual arts, Pablo’s undeniable talent, creativity and unique profoundness guides his spectators to discover a world full of color, life and the most unexpected of treasures in each and every one of his artworks. He is considered to be a pop surrealist artist who created a very unique painting style he named “Toonymania” in which he takes us on a fantastic journey beyond the evident. His main objective is to make us, the observer, gaze upon his artwork, losing ourselves in a timeless dimension where he invites us to discover what Pablo himself denotes as “his creatures”. In perfect harmony, his multiple and diverse “creatures” fuse together creating one, bigger and complete picture. Toonymania art has a very special characteristic, giving it a particularity of its own. Every time the spectator stands in front of any one of his paintings will be a memorable experience since there is so much to discover. His paintings are composed of many elements, “creatures”, each representing something specific yet creating a larger and deeper composition. There is a story to be told in each of his artworks.

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