“I like to give freedom to the observer to interpret my art” • The European Times News

digital art – Luis Fernando Salazar is a contemporary Colombian artist who captures colors and sensations in his work, he says: “I like to represent the warmth of bright colors, the beauty of the world around us“.

Author of verse, he finds his inspiration at the age of 8, by drawing. At the age of 16, he began to write short lines in classical poetry. Lover of the mountains and nature, he wanted to translate his perceptions of the world around him into painting and drawing.

Image credit: Luis Fernando Salazar (from his Facebook account)

Very gifted since childhood, he began to create decorative objects for Christmas while also learning pyrography on wood.

Then, in this growing digital age, Digital abstract art was at the center of his work, without losing his affinity for brushes and canvas. Without too many resources, Salazar decided to pursue his inspiration and creation in digital art by composing with various methods, editions, assemblages and various digital techniques to create a variety of artistic works that express his love, especially for the colorful shapes, lots of abstract and insinuating,”I like to give freedom to the observer to interpret my arthe told The European Times.

For the first time, a press room is staging these works and presenting them to the public so that they can be inspired by them.

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