Abstract Paintings from Central America(30 items)
Welcome to the Abstract Paintings from Central America Gallery at NOVICA.
"I have a number of dreams in this life. One is to popularize my country's fine art."
"I'm David Fernando Duke Bonilla. I was born in 1979 in El Triunfo, El Salvador. In 1980, during the civil war, my family found it necessary to move to the capital to escape the political persecution. I grew up in the city and studied in... read more
Popular Abstract Paintings from Central America
Signed Blue and Orange Abstract Painting from El Salvador, "Composition 351"$429.99
Abstraction is the favorite art style of El Salvador's David Fernando Duke. Inspired by his studies in Germany, the United States, Russia, and the Netherlands, he works with oils and acrylics to paint this scene. Forms of dark and light blue collide with a small cloud of orange, a scene that is captured expertly by the artist's hand. in Spanish.
Original Abstract Landscape Painting from El Salvador, "Symphony 47"$509.99
"Symphony is how I describe the way the colors come together in this composition," David Fernando Duke confides. "It's the unexpected harmony that can occur when I am painting." Serene and beautiful, the abstract landscape reveals small pieces of masking tape on the surface. "They represent the union of the different colors that compose the work," the Salvadoran artist says. In the title, 47 relates to the number of paintings he has created within a certain time frame.
Titled "Sinfonía 47" in Spanish.
Signed Abstract Diptych in Red from El Salvador (2018), "Diptych"$914.99
Simply titled "Diptych," this composition is direct and impactful. El Salvador's David Fernando Duke paints this pair, each depicting a striking red square that is framed against abstract designs. The artist liberally applies paint to the canvas, resulting in a pleasing relief texture. in Spanish.
Original Mixed Media Abstract Painting in Earth Tones, "Aphonia 82"$444.99
Speaking a language of abstraction, David Fernando Duke creates amorphous shapes in dark, inchoate colors enclosing golden yellow. "When you feel as though your throat closes and you simply cannot speak, we call it aphonia," the Salvadoran artist says. "This painting represents silence, all that we remain silent about in order to make those we love happy." In the title, 82 relates to the number of paintings he has created within a certain time frame.
Titled "Afonía 82" in Spanish.