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El Camino no Tomado

El Camino no Tomado

Leonel Cobo Imas, 2021

Size: width 75cm height 105cm

Regular price $2,100.00 CAD
Regular price Sale price $2,100.00 CAD
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"The Road not Travelled" by Leonel Cobo Imas is a Surreal Landscape made of oil on canvas.

Leonel Cobo Imas as a surrealist painters achieves more than depicting the beautiful Cuban landscapes that surrounds his country. Instead of achieving a picture perfect image frozen in time, his art makes us wonder and relate to how our actions affect the environment around us. As an eco-painters his end goal is not to just to conserve the landscapes in painting, but to lobby the people of this world to think of their impact upon nature and conserve in the real world as well. We are only given one Earth and there is no planet B, thus his paintings reminds us of how we can be better. 


Oil on canvas

Shipping & Returns

All items are either shipped directly from Canada or Cuba unframed unless specifically requested. Artwork will be rolled and shipped out in a thick protective tube through available courier.

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About Lazaro Reinier Tamayo Jaime

The word of "Tamorgano" es a neologism (newly coined term) that is the unique union of the artists last name Tamayo and with the vocabulary of "órgano" which is a fundamental characteristics of his creation. Dreamlike landscapes, towns populated by bioforms, and in occasion an exploration of the dreams and fantasies of the artists. The automatism psychic predominates over the work, what envelops is a different sort of language of symbols and organic forms. Coming forth from both the interior and external influences, and trying to represent the organic as the principal formation of reality. Joan Miro and Jean Arp are the artists constant inspiration and study for the experimentation of their work.