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Didier Lourenco

Didier Lourenco is a self-taught artist born close to Barcelona which is close to the Mediterranean. His interest in art began at age 19 when he worked in lithography atelier for his father. In 1988, he made a place in the corner of the atelier to paint. Sharing his time between printing lithographs and painting. Didier also presented his first individual show in 1988 and edited his first collection of lithographs. Didier's main production is oil on canvas but he has also worked with many mediums like lithography, bronze sculpture, acrylic on paper, sketching with pencil, water color and anything else that can stain. He believes that the style of his unique work is very personal and unmistakable.
Didier Lourenco Paseo con PalmerasDidier Lourenco - Breakfast in MiamiDidier Lourenco - Follow MeDidier Lourenco
Didier Lourenco - The Thief

What are two ways to use a pencil other than drawing or writing?

Make noise. Push buttons.

What gets you in a creative zone?

I try to be permanently in the creative zone. I think it is important for an artist to always be attentive to all that surrounds us.

What art pieces (if any) do you have on your walls?

Most of the works I have on my walls are the works of other artist friends. We exchange work with one another.
Didier Lourenco PrintsDidier Lourenco - Blue Light

Where do you get your inspiration for art?

Since I was a kid I have always been attracted to paintings. The first painting that impressed me was in el Museo del Prado - a painting called "Saturn Devouring His Son" by Goya.

What do you feel is your greatest strength in your art?

Composition, texture, and color.

Is there a style of art you are interested in trying?

As an artist I have to be trying constantly any kind of style without losing my own.
Didier Lourenco Prints

What is your biggest advice for aspiring and uprising artists?

First of all, be persistent and always be attentive of everything happening around you. And, of course, spend as much time as you possibly can in the studio working.

What is your favorite saying or quote?

"There is no little or big studio. The best size for a studio is if the brush can touch the canvas" - Didier Lourenco

If you were an art piece, what three styles would you be in?

Cubism for the abstraction of the forms explaining a reality. Abstraction because it is in intriguing. Impressionism for the power of the color.
Didier Lourenco - Big AppleDidier Lourenco - Tarde de Febrero
Didier Lourenco ArtLourenco Paintings
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