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Persistence

by Martín Liveratore
San Nicolás AR
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The Artwork

I was inspired by the fundamental geometric shapes and three basic color palette to focus on creating these five pieces of abstract art, in search of the "supremacy" movement of nowhere and representation of the cosmos without objects, rejecting the conventional art and intentionally find pure feeling through abstraction. This digital piece is part of Supremacy Series.

The Artist

Why do you create? It is a simple and complex question in turn. I think it is part of my essence, I am just born and I can not avoid creating something that has value, that is something significant, that can transcend. It's inevitable, if I do not, it's like I'm missing something.
How do you work? It is a creative chaos, I start with an idea that I then sketch and as I create the characters my stories come to life
Has your creative process changed over time, if so, how? The improvization plays a super important role where each geometric shape and color harmony is born, transformed and changes constantly throughout the creative process, in the end, everything is said on paper
Do you consider yourself a full-time or part-time artist? A part-time artist would be fair since I dedicate my time as a graphic designer for freelance design studies
Besides creating, where else do you spend your time? With my two beautiful children. Listening to music on vinyl with a rich coffee in between. I love going to the park to distract myself a bit. Soccer is a great pastime for me too.
What inspires you? Absolutely everything, I do not rule out anything. Inspiration can come from the darkest place and time of your days or simply as a ray of light. Today we live in an unchanging visual chaos but as long as you divide it with your eyes you can imagine it and if so you already have your inspiration.
What is the first piece of art you remember creating? Many, as a designer perhaps when I was in college studying in my spare time in the classroom, I was always thinking about what to create as soon as I arrived home.
What does the term art mean to you? Art is avant-garde, it's free, it's evolutionary, it's millions of things and it's for you! that is, the artist
Name three artists that you respect? Picasso, Miró, Pieter Brueghel
What is your favourite piece of artwork? I have no favoritism for one in particular. To cite one: "The Kiss" Gustav Klimt
What is your dream project? That one that does not arrive yet. It is always something that has not yet created and that I have not achieved. "It's more fun than the road th
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