Nacho Santos Gugel
Spanish artist Nacho Santos Gugel brings to life a vibrant expression of abstract art in art prints featured in the ARVIVID online art gallery.
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Skiing in Miami Beach$102 – $291
Combining conflicting concepts of skiing and the Miami Beach, this piece could be interepreted as an attempt to challenge the “normality”. Highlights are the vivid colors that represent motifs of the tropical beach, and the cristp, materful portrait of the jump sklier.
This semi-abstract work of art is from the reknown Spanish Contemporary artist Nacho Santos Gugel, whose artwork has been offered in auctions multiple times and exhibited around Europe.
Yellow Flower$71 – $306
This semiabstract still life features a Lilium centrepiece or bouquet under a lamp. Although this piece is denominated “Yellow Flower”, it can be considered a de-construction of color from its forms, noting the yellow in background.
This piece is a perfect fit for mid-century décor, for a social, public space or a study/office.
Surf$71 – $220
This wall art piece deploys similar metaphor as in the other Nacho Santos Gugel’s work “Skiing in Miami”, merging conflicting concepts, in this case Madrid, an inland city, and surfing on the open sea.
This artwork is perfect for those who do not want to be bound by norms and notions of what is acceptable – an ideal piece for a modern space.
Legs$77 – $428
This decorative semi abstract wall art piece is bold, eye catching and full of life, integrating leisure elements such as music (the keyboard) and sports (the basketball hood).
This painting is from the reknown Spanish Contemporary artist Nacho Santos Gugel, whose artwork has been offered in auctions multiple times and exhibited around Europe.
This forward and dynamic artwork piece is full of personality, perfect for your lounge, office or any modern space.
Matador’s Cape II: the End$80 – $431
The red cape (“muleta” in Spanish) is used in the final act for passes before the kill, represented by the intense red cape emerged in the darkness, hinting blood and death.
The contrasting symbolism of Matador’s Cape I and II makes them a perfect collection together, telling the vivid story of the bullfight, like the one in Hemingway’s “the Sun also Rises”.
Striking wall art that gives interior design & home decoration schemes the uniqueness of culture, tradition & passion.
The Gaze of a Japanese Girl$65 – $167
Characteristic of Santos’ work, “Japan-Girl” uses a variety of mediums and techniques to define and personalize an old photograph.
A demure-looking girl kneels between two gently arching flowering branches. Her dress and accessories suggest traditional Japanese garb fitting to the aesthetic symmetry of the scene. The pale white of the vases and tatamis match her intriguing expression. Her vacant gaze draws attention to the space beyond the lens that she seems to be lost in, a world of dreaminess and mystery. Faded pinks and blues are barely present in the aged photo but their calming effect is disrupted by the bright red dripping stain.
Combined with the white shapes, the abstract layers draw attention to the depth of the art piece in addition to their spatial placement. Combining mediums results in drawing attention to the meta-perspective questioning the motivation of the creator to deconstruct and to edit an existing photograph.
As a framed wall picture this piece adds an intriguing flair to any space with its unique perspective and combination of materials. The artwork can exude an aura of class and nostalgia but with a twist of playfulness and intentionality. It serves as a good complement for a space with a similar antique and sophisticated atmosphere.