Mario Giacoya

    Attributes

    • Male
    • Painter

    Galleries

    Latina
    Los Caracoles
    Mariño
    Arte y Joyas Martines Hotel Radisson (Montevideo)
    El Tranvía (San Pablo - Brasil)
    Multiarte (Paraguay)
    Atelier propio

    About the artist

    When I go to paint the field as I walk every inch and I realize that there are three fundamental aspects to learn:
    1. Love the place.
    2. The care of the flora and fauna; how to produce respecting and protecting the land for future generations.
    3. Love your people and your family
    4. Without these references could not have told these stories of rooms that came later. I learned to respect more people working, caring and coexist with nature. I learned that from the smallest yuyo, to the largest animal, are much more than that, they are the essence of life itself.
    5. Man working in communion with God.
    6. Today I am in the fifth stay and all have these characteristics are matching the past and I have become the medium to tell stories

    Note Jorge Abbondanza
    You can take issue with that pigeonhole Mario Giacoya on the grounds of naif art: his painting has an expressive power and mastery of the stroke that seem unworthy of that classification. What matters in any case Giacoya landscapes is a kind of boyish charm, the confrontation of an eye of a dazzled with the explosion of a nature that captivates. His way of approaching meadows and chromatic undulations jubilant bursts or villages profile to the treatment of dilated skies, reveals above all the joy of a sensitive and enthusiastic observer. But also the artists rebelling appreciable dynamism of language, the proposal should be delayed in the treatment of large areas where extracted pulsating rhythms to the ground, the walls or the sky to operate as a source of vitality that seems to illuminate their works.
    Not only it emanates from the lavishness with which dumps the color and pop around systems, but also from the verve with which Giacoya moves his hand through the fabric to convey its momentum.
    Jorge Abbondanza
    Uruguayan art critic

    When I go to paint the field as I walk every inch and I realize that there are three fundamental aspects to learn:
    7. Love the place.
    8. Taking care of flora and fauna; how to produce respecting and protecting the land for future generations.
    9. Love your people and your family
    10. Without these references could not have told these stories of rooms that came later. I learned to respect more people working, caring and coexist with nature. I learned that from the smallest yuyo, to the largest animal, are much more than that, they are the essence of life itself.
    11. Man working in communion with God.
    12. Today I am in the fifth stay and all have these characteristics are matching the past and I have become the medium to tell stories

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