Dorian and more art by Caro Ramonde

Dorian, 2019
30 x 30 inch (h x w)
Oil on canvas digitalized

Uruguay - Firenze - Vancouver - Miami - México City

Internationally Exhibited & Awarded Conceptual Artist

Carolina Ramonde is an Italo-Uruguayan conceptual artist who specializes in oil paintings inspired by nature, climate change and current events. She's part of the movement Techspressionism as she likes to do digital interventions on some of her oil paintings.

She’s currently spending some time in Italy attending and exhibiting her art at Milano and Florence Biennials.

In this video you can see an artistic interaction between a person and a very big touch screen where there are displayed two of my artworks, being “Dorian” the main one. It was created watching images of the devastation that the hurricane brought and the lost lives but also the beauty and calm of the eye of the storm.



LOCATION: Montevideo, Uruguay

exhibited by:

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