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ART TODAY 022318 Chris Bonno recommends Paul Torres in a review of an art piece from his personal collection

ART TODAY 022318 Chris Bonno recommends Paul Torres in a review of an art piece from his personal collection

His portraits have a sensuality to them and he clearly knows how to do a more traditional portrait (that can be stunning to observe) with excellent paint technique, volume, and creative use of color. Mostly, I see the creations, the people, the personalities, the vibe, the time he captures and the core or heart of his subjects. As a spectator, I am “let in” on how Torres’ cares for his work and his subjects. He creates an atmosphere while capturing the heart and attitude of the characters that we see around us but might not closely observe. By Chris Bonno

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

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

Naturally gifted with a keen observation of everyday life and the cultural, social, political and religious landscape in the world we live, Paul Torres’ art embodies a rich imagination and is laced with social commentary and a soulful interpretation of everyday life. Paul was born in Chile, his interest in art began at age 3 after being introduced to comic books.

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