Saatchi Online Artist: Andrew Salgado; Oil, 2013, Painting "Hold"

Saatchi Online Artist: Andrew Salgado; Oil, 2013, Painting "Hold"

SMOTHER / by Andrew Salgado http://www.andrewsalgado.com/painting.htmSMOTHER / by Andrew Salgado

SMOTHER / by Andrew Salgado http://www.andrewsalgado.com/painting.htmSMOTHER / by Andrew Salgado


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SMOTHER / by Andrew Salgado http://www.andrewsalgado.com/painting.htmSMOTHER / by Andrew Salgado

SMOTHER / by Andrew Salgado http://www.andrewsalgado.com/painting.htmSMOTHER / by Andrew Salgado

I believe this so represents the ravages that a mental illness inflicts upon the soul of those who struggle.

I believe this so represents the ravages that a mental illness inflicts upon the soul of those who struggle.

Andrew Salgado is a Canadian painter who has already received many awards and we predict many more. Indeed he is a really talented artist, with his very own style. The portraits he creates are beautiful. He will exhibit his works again this year. For more information, take a look at his portfolio.

The exceptional style of Andrew Salgado

Andrew Salgado is a Canadian painter who has already received many awards and we predict many more. Indeed he is a really talented artist, with his very own style. The portraits he creates are beautiful. He will exhibit his works again this year. For more information, take a look at his portfolio.

Andrew Salgado  It Is The Fear That Keeps Us Awake  OIl on canvas  60x48"

The exceptional style of Andrew Salgado

Amazing Paintings by Andrew Salgado | Just Imagine – Daily Dose of Creativity

Amazing Paintings by Andrew Salgado

Powerful Paintings by Andrew Salgado. Andrew Salgado is a Canadian artist based in London...Love him.

Powerful Paintings by Andrew Salgado. Andrew Salgado is a Canadian artist based in London...Love him.

Andrew Salgado - titled 'Parentheses' and painted with Oil on canvas (2012). In comparison to 'Thirteen', the colours used in this painting are much lighter however differentiating colours are used together again without the use of blending giving the same tonal effect and portraying realism but in an expressive way. The effect of the brush strokes going in different directions in the hair adds to its energy and illustrates the scruffiness of it.

Andrew Salgado - titled 'Parentheses' and painted with Oil on canvas (2012). In comparison to 'Thirteen', the colours used in this painting are much lighter however differentiating colours are used together again without the use of blending giving the same tonal effect and portraying realism but in an expressive way. The effect of the brush strokes going in different directions in the hair adds to its energy and illustrates the scruffiness of it.

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