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J Luis Lozano

J Luis Lozano

Lynchburg, VA

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I create, with an air of realism, the world I am familiar with; to move and to be moved through an interpretation of that world with my art. A world that is constantly speaking and as an artist, I simply listen and interpret those experiences, emotions, or moments of melancholy using the language of light and color. It is in the form of numbers, letters, colors, music tones, and other images; they are all interrelated.

My aim is not to paint an object, but rather to faithfully re-sculpt the distortion or aberration of light in and around the object; the object then forms around that light in a composition which beckons the viewer to see through water, chase reflections, feel fabric, caress skin. Thus the fidelity of light is important in my work and is one of the most important elements in creating the illusion of “a painting you can step into”.

 

 

Fresh Snow by J Luis Lozano

 

Temprano by J Luis Lozano

 

A Bend in History by J Luis Lozano

 

Moove Along by J Luis Lozano

 

Baby Moos by J Luis Lozano

 

Cavalier by J Luis Lozano

 

Humpback Bridge by J Luis Lozano

 

Transition by J Luis Lozano

 

Misty Morning by J Luis Lozano

 

Banks of History by J Luis Lozano

 

Awaiting Mr. Jefferson by J Luis Lozano

 

Natural Bridge by J Luis Lozano

 

Woodsons Mill by J Luis Lozano

 

Peaks of Otter by J Luis Lozano

 

Sentry of the Lake by J Luis Lozano

 

2 Over the Lake by J Luis Lozano

 

Shoemakers by J Luis Lozano

 

Autumn Ablaze by J Luis Lozano

 

Amherst in the Fall by J Luis Lozano

 

Out to Launch by J Luis Lozano

 

Monument Terrace by J Luis Lozano

 

Reflecting on Jefferson by J Luis Lozano

 

Autumn in Amherst by J Luis Lozano

 

Lady's Dreaming by J Luis Lozano

 

Lady's Slipper by J Luis Lozano

 

Late Night Tea by J Luis Lozano

 

Launching a Nation by J Luis Lozano

 

James the Gentle by J Luis Lozano

 

Texas Tavern by J Luis Lozano

 

Egrets Without Regrets by J Luis Lozano