Arturo González Angulo (nickname: Glez). Burgos (Spain) 1966. Painter, Sculptor and Lawyer.
I begin his sculptural work, with an execution of the conceptually conical and cylindrical reality through a paper origami, versioning one of our most represented national and cultural icons as “La Menina” of the master of Spanish Baroque painter: Diego Velázquez.
I promote the democratization of art, with the vision that, where there is a piece of paper, there is a doll and therefore, a smile, creating a creative circularity.
My sculptural work from that moment, began to be executed in different materials not so fleeting or ephemeral, such as leather, polyamide, rusted iron, Corten steel, aluminum, brass, bronze and silver.
Later I also initiate creative processes, both in painting and sculpture, of other national icons such as El Cid Campeador -in a wink to his native Burgos- Joan of Arc, or our Spanish Flamenca, without forgetting others like dogs, horses …
In painting, I develop all my creativity on any surface such as wood, metal, rubber, canvas and even murals on exterior facades, in my inner thought I believe that any surface and object can create art by itself; In his artistic career I exhibit transitions from realism, surrealism, abstract and expressionism.
“We all have artistic talent but it has to come to the surface to excite and seduce us”.
Mural culture event (street art) las Meninas de Canido (Coruña – Spain),
Artist 360º Art fairs (Madrid-Spain)
Delicacies with art railroad museum (Madrid-Spain)
Galeria Gaudí -permanent exhibition (Madrid-Spain)
Art Box Project (Zúrich – Switzerland)
BBA (Berlin – Germany)
ArtBox Project Biennale Arte di Venezia (Venice-Italy)
Art 3 Fair (Luxembourg)
La belleza depende del ojo del observador; Todos tenemos talento artístico pero tiene que aflorar para emocionarnos y seducirnos