Door of the time
Door of the time
Acrylic on canvas

30 x 30 inches

- 800€ Available -


Jorge Arcos

755 Durant Pl
30308 Atlanta - United States
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Wassily Kandinsky once mused, ’there is no ’must’ in art because art is free’. An artist of dynamic contrasts and exceptional vision, painter Jorge Arcos demonstrates this inherent freedom art sustains in his brilliant series. In Mr. Arcos’ work, one witnesses the pinnacle of what makes for successful abstraction. Mr. Arcos is extraordinarily adept at intricate application of paint and color pattering. The palette of Mr. Arcos’ series cannot be overemphasized. It is expressive to the highest degree and effectively communicates a mood to the viewer without need of direct scene or representation. Transcending everyday reality, Mr. Arcos is an artistic intermediary whose canvases conjure vibrant spectrums of human emotions.

Jorge intruded in the art in a lyrical and incidental way when he was a little boy, in the year of 1974, working with drawings. As a young boy he received direct artistic influence from his father Don Maximino Arcos, who was a Landscaping painter at that time. Jorge regarded art as a part of himself during his childhood and adolescence. Later on he perfected his technique by taking drawing classes, painting, history of the art, human body drawing, art object, engraving, mixed media and abstraction. He decides to pursue a career in “Drawing and Illustration” in Mexico City and later on he move to Atlanta, Georgia where he focuses on Abstract Art. In each new work, Jorge looks out from within as he explores issues of outer and inner development. Currently his work is focused on his never-ending obsession with abstract painting.

“My art is inspired on my daily life, my relationship with the environment and my cultural roots. My pre-Hispanic Heritage is depicted through the colors and shapes I give to my work”
“I am an artist because I was born to be one. I couldn’t live if I wasn’t one. I am alive because I paint. It feeds my soul. My motive to paint is to live and to express every moment of my life and the simple fact of being alive”.


•2008 -“COUNTERPOINTS of the QUINTESSENTIAL” -Amsterdam Whitney Gallery- Chelsea, New York, NY
•2008 -“21st Annual Atlanta Human Rights Campaign Auction” -Hyatt Regency- Atlanta, GA
•2008 -“Night of Passion” -Art Space International- Atlanta, GA
•2008 -“Dia de Reyes Celebration” -Cultural Council of Douglas/Douglas County- Douglasville, GA

•2007 -“Internationale Kunst” -Marziart Internationale Gallerie- Hamburg, Germany
•2007 -“Looks Good on Paper” -The Spruill Center for the Arts- Atlanta, GA
•2007 -“Jorge Arcos: New Paintings” -Planet of Grapes- Dalton, GA
•2007 -“Four Mexican Artists in Georgia” -Lyndon House Arts Center- Athens, GA
•2007 -“5t House Art Show” –FIFTH HOUSE STUDIO- Marietta, GA

•2006 -“Convergencia” –Kennesaw State University Sturgis Library Gallery-Kennesaw, GA
•2006 -“First Latin American Contemporary Art Biennial of Northwest Georgia -Creative Arts Guild Gallery- Dalton, GA
•2006 -“Art on Walls” -City Hall East Gallery- Atlanta, GA

•2005 -“Festival del Color” –Oxford College Candler Student Center- Covington, GA
•2005 -“Latin Art at Carpe Diem” –Carpe Diem Restaurant- Decatur, GA
•2005 -“Celebracion” –The Quinlan Visual Arts Center- Gainesville, GA
•2005 -“4th Annual GHNet Art Exhibit” –The Forum at Defoor Centre- Atlanta, GA
•2005 -“Mexican Talent in The United States” – Georgia Institute of Technology Robert Ferst Center for the Arts- Atlanta, GA
•2005 -“Gallery Night” –Pura Vida Restaurant- Atlanta, GA
•2005 -“Arts Clayton Juried Show”–Arts Clayton Gallery- Jonesboro, GA

•2004 -“3rd Annual GHNet Art Exhibit” –The Westin Buckhead Atlanta- Atlanta, GA
•2004 -“Hispanic Heritage Month” –Fulton Public Library Gallery- Atlanta, GA
•2004 -“Windows” –Kennesaw State University Sturgis Library Gallery- Kennesaw, GA
•2004 -“CONVERSATIONS” Four artists rooted in African and Latin American Cultures- The Temple Gallery- Decatur, GA
•2004 -“De Colores”-Light Zone Studios- Atlanta, GA
•2004 -“Vivelo the Second Annual Gala” –EarthLink Live– Atlanta, GA

•2003 -“2nd Annual Art Exhibit of Georgia Hispanic Network” -The Renaissance Hotel– Atlanta, GA
•2003 -“Latin American Art” –Atlanta Latino Newspaper– Norcross, GA

•2002 -“Mexican Art” –Mexican Center of Atlanta- Atlanta, GA
•2002 -“Day of the Death” – Woodruff Arts Center – Atlanta, GA
•2002 -“Windows to Latin Art” –Kennesaw State University Sturgis Library Gallery- Kennesaw, GA


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