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The Jaipur Series 2005 - JAIPUR I - XV

The Jaipur Series 2005 presents the finest and most contemporary selection  for Art Collectors, Galleries, Art Directors,  Producers, Interior Design Companies, Private Businesses and Art Enthusiast interesting in purchasing or exhibiting any of the work presented here. The goal is a unique presentation of what is especial about the creative marketplace.

With this in mind, I will consider every offer and will present my best work to potential art collectors, art galleries, interior designers, art enthusiast, advertising companies and all those with an inquisitive eye for Abstract Art.

The aim of my latest exhibition was to bring about my fascination with surfaces and the usage of different mediums. This series is on wood board and sand surfaces in acrylics. What is especial about these  pieces of artwork is the continuous evolving of imagery, symbols, mood, shape, design and color. Influenced by the New York School of Abstractionism. In 1982 Vergara graduated with an AA from La Guardia Community College. In 1986 graduated with a BF in Graphic Communication and Fine Arts from the prestigious Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.

Since 1990 Pratt Manhattan The School of Professional Studies was his home for the next three years and at the end Vergara received two certificates. one in Electronic Illustration the other in Graphic Communication. "The continuing evolving of my artistic endeavors continues and allows me to merged the conventional with the newest trends in technology in this unending process of evolution".

Currently there are 125 pieces to be chosen from, oil, acrylics, sculptures 7' tall, murals, digital images, mixed-media, collage, drawings in different mediums such as graphite, color pencils, pastels, water color, gauche. About 45 Wall-Contructions or Assemblages. DVD and Tapes available for viewing of previous exhibitions.

I invite you to select any of these pieces for your collection or all of them for a private exhibition, rental for businesses or private events. I am open for suggestions. Choose any piece that you feel might fit your personality or budget, all my art is accessible.

Julian Vergara, offers you the finest selection of the best and most contemporary art created in the last twenty years of his career as an abstract painter. It is a visual feast for those who are moved by color,  moved by abstractionism and for those people in touch with new trends in contemporary art and slightly ahead of their time.

JAIPUR - I - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD
34 1/2" x 35 1/4"
JAIPUR - II - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD 36" x 41 1/2"
JAIPUR - III - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD 34 1/2" x 35 1/4"
JAIPUR - VI - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD
30" x 30"
JAIPUR - IV - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD
34 1/2" x 35 1/4"
JAIPUR - VII - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD

24 1/4" x 35 1/2"
JAIPUR - VIII - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD

24 1/4" x 35 1/2"
JAIPUR - IX - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD

24 1/4" x 35 1/2"
JAIPUR - X - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD

24 1/4" x 35 1/2"
JAIPUR - XI - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD

24 1/4" x 35 1/2"


JAIPUR - XII - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD

24 1/4" x 35 1/2"

 

"I was born on tropical lands impregnated with mystery, taboos, cultural folklore, thousands of possibilities for creativity that at times I found myself taking to the air and soared joyfully but when on the ground I was chased unmercifully by a gigantic pebble, this huge rock, terrorized me many nights and many were the times I managed to escape, I do not remember HOW but I managed! so closed to be smashed by this huge bolder, this rocky pebble... so many times it menaced me, then I borrowed Icarus wings and the blue sky I caressed with my blue snakelike body, so many times Caro came to support me in my despair, until one night I finally flew too closed to the moon and its heat (the moon's heat NOT the sun's heat) melted the wax that held my feathery wings to my human body and as I dropped to mother earth I eventually felt as if I have finally freed myself from loosing my own life by the pale huge pebble that followed me for most of my early years. Eventually I grew arms and never soared again have conquered my nightmare."

Since my early days I have been fascinated by Greek Mythology and any reading that had to do with THE INCREDIBLE, FANTASTIC, OUT OF THIS WORLD stimulated me to be creative. I would read and read and tried to decipher what was going trough the author's mind to come out with such incredible stories... I know now. It was plain, excellent creative writing. CREATIVITY at its best.



JAIPUR - XIII - 2005
ACRYLIC ON WOOD

24 1/4" x 35 1/2"

 

JAIPUR  - XVI - 2005 - ACRYLIC ON WOOD - SIZE 16 1/2" x 47"
JAIPUR  - XVII - 2005 - ACRYLIC ON WOOD - SIZE 16 3/4" x 47 3/4"

JAIPUR   XVIII - 2005 - ACRYLIC ON WOOD - SIZE 16 1/2" x 52 3/4"


" I THINK THEREFORE I AM"
45 Pieces From The 2005 Exhibition in Oxnard - CA


 

"I THINK THEREFORE I AM"
SERIES 2005

This November 2005 at  Dr. Rodolfo Acuña Art Gallery at cafe on "A" Street in Oxnard, California, 45 assemblages constructions by abstract painter Julian Vergara where exhibited . “It took me a year and a half to complete this series; I wanted to ensemble a cohesive body of work emphasizing spirituality, philosophy, the complexities and the beliefs that makes a human being. This exhibition is the result of the interaction with other cultures, my act of contrition, my communion with nature and its creatures. The aim was to embrace under abstractionism every ethnic group without the need to compete or feel above anyone's culture or believe and hoping to reach together a safe and healthy state of spirit and mind. Eventually all boiled down to color symbolic, Hindu Philosophy, Greek Mythology, Egyptian and African Symbols, Buddhism, Christianity, Astronomy,  Astrology, Cultural Folklore, Taboos, the duality of the world, the duality of the mind and finally my very personal view of  how I perceive this world. It is my hope that along this journey you and I meet somewhere and the philosophy that is very personal may be shared making the conditions for survival a long lasting common effort with a clear vision for a better future full of compassion and understanding the importance in accepting that color blindness is not acceptable for it lead us to be careless and to be judgmental about other cultures, therefore creating tension and instability in a world already in a state of convulsion. The acceptance of the cultural spectrum portrayed in Vergara's work is a call of prevention to criticism and arrogance and the renunciation to such behavior and the embrace of a civilized world where love, respect, compassion and color is important.

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Blooming of The Mind - 1982
Oil & acrylics on canvas
12"X16"

The Birth of My Son JF- 1983
Oil & acrylics on canvas
12"X16"

"RETROSPECTIVE"
52 Pieces
From the 2003
Exhibition in Oxnard - CA


Darwin's Pet 1981 - Gauche on Paper
Mounted on Board - 25"X14"X1.5"
 

Narcissistic Dream - 1982
Acrylics on canvas
12"X16"
Nardrea -  2003
Mixed media - 12"X18"

"RETROSPECTIVE"
SERIES 2003

This November 2003 exhibition at Dr. Rodolfo Acuña Art Gallery at cafe on "A" in Oxnard. California, exhibited 55 pieces by abstract painter Julian Vergara. “It is my continuing evolving and experimentation with different mediums that has allowed me to present this series, I wanted to ensemble a cohesive body of work emphasizing spirituality, philosophy, the complexities and the beliefs that make a human being. This exhibition is the result of my years of  experimentation, dedication and definition of a style that has been encrypted in the deepest of my self, a style representing contemporary art, a unique style with brush strokes that evokes passion, joy, communion with nature and humanity, a unique expression of  feelings and experiences, a unique vision of the underlaying that makes this world a real world. It is my act of contrition, my communion with nature and its creatures, the interaction with other cultures. The aim was to embrace under abstractionism every possibility to express through design, color and mood instances and experiences that otherwise may be seen as mundane as the act of coming and going. This restrospective is the presentation of my years of evolution, experimentation and eventually  the realization of my style as a young painter growing and developing in the city of New York . The School of Abstract Expressionism played a great influenced on my later style. As a student of fine arts my vision and understanding of abstractionism deepened as  I was exposed to the great museums and galleries of the Big Apple, my research on the great fathers of the style, my instructors philosophy and style who have also been touched  by the magical structure and composition of abstractionism eventually contributed to the development of my philosophy with the conviction that Abstract Expressionism was in my system, in my blood, in my soul, in my mind.

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Ecstasy 1981 - Wood construction
30" X 25"X 4"
 

Melancholia - 1981
Wall construction
21"X 25"X 7"

Dream within a Dream - 1981
Acrylics on canvas
16"X20"


 
Darwin's Chronic Anxiety - 1981
Oil & acrylics on wood - 20" X 22"X 3"