Renato Ochoa Artist artworks for sale
Artist: Renato Ochoa
Live in: Austin, TX, United States
Artworks for sale: 0
Renato Ochoa Artist Bio:
Born in 1971, Lima, Peru, Renato Ochoa is a professional artist, specialized in painting and mixed media abstraction expressionist for over 20 years that emerged in the wake of the influence of the Peruvian Painters Fernando De Szyszlo and Ramiro Llona. He made some sculpture work with the Peruvian Sculptor Benito Rosas while he was studying in The Catholic University of Lima, Peru Faculty of Arts, specialty of Painting. Renato’s paintings have been in many galleries for solo and group shows in Peru, Austria, Israel and obtaining several National Art Awards and have been published in magazines and newspapers in Lima, Peru. In 1999 Renato decided to move to Sao Paulo, Brazil to attend the Brazilian Museum of Sculpture and Contemporary Art School to pursue professional degree contemporary art with the Brazilian Artist Paulo Whitaker, as a result he receives special distinctions from the Peruvian Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil and his paintings were held in two solo shows in the cities of Araraquara, and in the Latin America Memorial of Sao Paulo, Brazil respectively. In order to continue his passion for painting and his admiration for American Abstract Expressionist Masters, Renato moved to Los Angeles, CA, USA in 2001 where he showed his artwork at the Infusion Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles, CA. He currently lives and works in Austin Texas, where he is currently working on his latest series called “Isobel” that was inspired by his desire to create and bring life into this world. Each piece represents a time and space during his journey to paternity. Collection can be seen at www.rochoa.com as well as on Saatchi Art online where he has been featured in the Made in the USA Collection 2015 and Featured in The New This Week Collection 10/19/2015 as well. His work is held in Public collections in USA, Peru and Brazil and was recently invited for admission into The X International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Florence Italy & 1st.Central Europe Fine Art Biennial" organized from MAMAG Modern Art Museum, Blindenmakl, Austria.