The balance of forms with abstract identity by Quin Vatson

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Self-taught in the fields of photography, sculpture, drawing and painting.
As a child, collected stamps and comics books starting interest in designs, colors and shapes inspired by Walt Disney.
The teenager has expanded the artistic process with various techniques and styles, with watercolor, acrylic and oil, developed abstract designs with identity implied.
The adult was military, model, photographer and international modeling agent, lived in the U.S., Italy and France. Choose to change course and opt for painting.
Has admiration for Brazilian masters as Candido Portinari, Di Cavalcanti, Roberto Burle Marx among others are also included Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, Joan Miro and Vincent Van Gogh.
The designs on their screens in the oil or acrylic presented with a clean architecture, textured with thick strokes and strong, with a multitude of colors and styles, innovating every step of his artistic life.

Quin Vatson: website / behance