As a method to cure the madness of the world around him, Cuban artist Carlos Quintana adopted drawing, tracing figures all around him, even on the walls of his childhood home (much to his mother’s chagrin). Because of this, he was able to understand his surroundings in a way that made sense to him, he said. His childhood language progressed to his current state, reflecting his perceptions on giant canvases with oil, turpentine, charcoal and even his own saliva. @carlosquintana7000 Follow link in bio to read more #carlosquintana #citygazettes
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  • citygazettesAs a method to cure the madness of the world around him, Cuban artist Carlos Quintana adopted drawing, tracing figures all around him, even on the walls of his childhood home (much to his mother’s chagrin). Because of this, he was able to understand his surroundings in a way that made sense to him, he said. His childhood language progressed to his current state, reflecting his perceptions on giant canvases with oil, turpentine, charcoal and even his own saliva. @carlosquintana7000 Follow link in bio to read more #carlosquintana #citygazettes

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