Erick Sanchez


Genesis 1

Genesis 1

18" x 24"

Genesis 28

Genesis 28

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Copper Leaf, Emulsion and Pigments on paper
24" x 18"

Genesis 29

Genesis 29

Acrylic Carbonate, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on paper
24" x 18"

Genesis 30

Genesis 30

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Emulsion and Pigments on paper
24" x 18"

Genesis 31

Genesis 31

24" x 18"

Genesis 32, (

Genesis 32, (

Acrylic, Carbon, Graphite, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Emulsion and Pigments on paper
24" x 18"

Genesis 34, (Cherubim and the flaming sword)

Genesis 34, (Cherubim and the flaming sword)

Acrylic, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on paper
24" x 18"

Genesis 36 (The Conception)

Genesis 36 (The Conception)

Acrylic, Carbon, Nylon, Emulsion, Glass Beads and Pigments on paper
24" x 18"

Apocalypse 2

Apocalypse 2

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on Paper
24” x 18”

Apocalypse 3

Apocalypse 3

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on Paper
24” x 18”

Apocalypse 11

Apocalypse 11

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on Paper
24" x 18"

Apocalypse 16

Apocalypse 16

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on Paper
24" x 18"

Genesis 5

Genesis 5

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Stainless Steel, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on Paper
12" x 18"

Genesis 7

Genesis 7

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Stainless Steel, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on Canvas
9" x 12"

Genesis 8

Genesis 8

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on Canvas
9" x 12"

Genesis 9

Genesis 9

Acrylic, Calcium Carbonate, Carbon, Graphite, Emulsion and Pigments on Canvas
9" x 12"

erick-sanchez-transform-galleryErick Sánchez is a painter living and working in New York City. He was born in 1973 in Ponce, Puerto Rico.

In 1996, Sánchez emerged as a self tough artist after helping a friend to paint a mural. In 2002, he enrolled in The San Juan Art Students League in Puerto Rico. He studied with Luis Ivorra and Rafael Rivera Ortiz. In 2005, Sánchez decided to study at The Art Students League of New York for an intensive summer program. That’s when his art really changed and started to grow. In 2008, Erick moved from Puerto Rico to New York and reenrolled at the ASL. A year later he was awarded a study scholarship with the artist/instructor Bruce Dorfman.

Erick Sánchez, with his new proposal “Dangerous Land” has reinvented the contemporary landscape painting. He is considered by some to be the precursor of the 21st century traditional landscape.

Erick has participated in tens of exhibitions and received various awards.

http://ericksanchez.net/

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