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Roberto Zavala

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Zavala is a Latin American artist and architect who was profoundly impacted by the shapes and forms utilized by the indigenous populations that built the colonial monuments he studied while working on his architectural thesis. As the result, you will see their influence reflected within his unique artistic style. Zavala creates his paintings with the intention of sending a message of energy and light to the viewer through the use of bright shapes and colors.


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