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Oscar Linares Art Collections

Shop for artwork from Oscar Linares based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Artwork by Oscar Linares

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Oscar Linares

Oscar Linares Oscar Linares fashion photographer and contemporary abstract art painter.

He was born in Cuernavaca Morelos Mexico and grew up between Southern California and New York City.
Graduated from Irvine Valley College in California in Fine Arts Photography in 1995, In 1997 he moved to New York City to attend the University of Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) where he graduated in fashion photography.
He worked for celebrity photographers such as: Bruce Weber, Matthias Clammer, Pamela Hansen, Jenny and Tom Betterton.
Oscar Had the opportunity and the privilege of shooting for high-profile clients such as: Vogue Mexico, Latina Magazine, New York Magazine, Universal records, Gucci and Louis Vuitton to name a few.
Oscar respectively is a contemporary abstract art painter.
He specializes in fluid art and is an unconventional artist, he does not use brushes of any kind since the ideal tools to achieve the most unique effects of his craft are some of the elements of nature such as: water, fire and air, as well movement; these being his tools to achieve the most unique results in his art.
Fluid art is a pictorial technique that belongs to abstract art and more specifically to dripping, being one of the branches of action painting. These unusual technique or the tools that include this process are an abstract art that does not have as its objective the representation of reality, only the pleasure of the pictorial process, and transferring these sensations to the viewer is almost a media art in which organic and psychedelic images related to movement are projected, also the color letting the paint flow by itself creating spectacular nuances in its form.