Ricardo Ravetllat


Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
21 x 28 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
16 x 21 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
28 x 20 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
28 x 20 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
25 x 21 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
25 x 18 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
33 x 27 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
26 x 21 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
32 x 23 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
32 x 26 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
28 x 22 cm

Serie Bitácoras

Serie Bitácoras

mixed media on paper
31 x 26 cm

 

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Ricardo Ravetllat is an artist as well as a relentless traveler, whose firsthand experiences of different cultures has greatly enriched his work.  Influences of the Orient, in particular Ancient India, are prevalent in his art.  Ravetllat’s work is defined by his mixed-media technique and great experimentation with various materials.  He has developed a unique and personal formula that imbues his images with warmth and understated elegance. The artist’s great admiration for ancient cultures, combined with his superb technique, make his work stand out against the usual currents of today’s art trends.

Working like an alchemist, Ravetllat utilizes simple materials like paper, pencil, color, and old frames to represent the fragility of this life. This collection was inspired by religious paintings of the Middle Ages, however, the artist notes that these images were not created for religious worship, but simple meditation.

Ravetllat currently resides alternately between Berlin, Germany and Punta del Este, Uruguay where he produces and exhibits his work.  He has been selected for and awarded prizes in many different art competitions in Argentina as well as throughout Europe. His works are held in many private collections including: The Americas Collection in Miami, The USA Collection, C. Herzog Collection in Germany, Alfredo Lanz Collection in Spain, Black Box Collection, Miguel Borstein Collection in Puerto Rico, Hyatt Collection in Buenos Aires and in Duhau Palace.

 

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