“norma jean aka marilyn monroe” – Oil on wood, 20 3/4 x 13″

Paul has been called a visionary artist with soul. His creativity comes from utilizing various mediums. He works with an assortment of media ranging from oil to acrylic, wet inks to dry and prefers oil. Although he feels most comfortable working from life experiences and live models, he uses this vision to bring his work into a more personal level. He aims for a magical realism rooted in the tradition of the old masters with undertones of modern influences.

TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview.2

Back: If you could choose a past literary/art/music movement to be a part of, which would you choose?
I’m torn between the Baroque Period and the French impressionism.

Energy: What fires you up?
I love good music while I work and exercising before working.

Los Angeles: Where is your favorite place in Los Angeles? Where would you take visitors? If you could defend the city in one sentence to someone who doubts it, what would you say?
My favorite places are the Santa Monica and Venice Beach areas and if I were to say to people something about Los Angeles is that it’s a very creative place with a lot of inventing minds; and you have to take the good with the bad and I think that the good surpasses the bad.

To be continued…

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If you missed Paul’s earlier pieces… click links below:

ARTTODAY 021818 This week, L.A. based pop Surrealist artist Paul Torres – Artists recommending Artists

ART TODAY 021918 “so what do you do for a living?” by Paul Torres, a social commentator – Acrostic Interview starts today

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