René Cardona

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Previous Fullerton Art Walk: October 7, 2011

You know the Fullerton art walk was a great success when you show up and can’t find parking anywhere. Last Friday, October 7th, Downtown Fullerton acclaimed local artists in several cafes, clothing stores and studio’s for the monthly art walk. Fullerton celebrated the artwork of several gifted artists and our encouraging community showed their support to these accomplished artists.

The streets come to life as you watch the traveling crowd walk from exhibit to exhibit. A number of diverse artists display their stimulating work with engaging themes and vibrant colors. There were several open receptions inviting guests to participate and observe the beautiful work.

There’s a sense of surrealism in Rene’ Cardona’s work when you see how soft he blends in the colors. The background landscape has a tendency of following Salvador Dali’s famous negative spacial skies and distant terrain features. Other works that emphasizes on the bodily “waves” and attributes entwine you with the psychedelic strokes of color and contour lines. Cardona’s work is heavy with mysterious characteristics like the contrasting colors of blues and reds in one painting. The beautiful paint strokes really add the majestic tones and slow motion appearance which allow the viewer to admire it closely.

Previous Fullerton Art Walk: October 7, 2011
Heidi Moreno | The Fullertonian


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