Miguel Osuna

Premium Plum, 2022

Oil on canvas
48 x 48 inches (121.9 x 121.9 cm)

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Miguel Osuna is a master of material and process, his paintings built up layer by layer until he deems the surface perfect. It’s a labor of love, a long, savored process, with the final act happening swiftly- the work is done. Miguel has always felt the world and his place in it through his work, informed by an innate sense of color and material rooted in his Mexican upbringing, his architectural background, and a deep love of music.

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About the Artist

Miguel Osuna

Miguel Osuna has been painting and drawing from an early age. He studied architecture in Mexico, and a year after graduating, moved to Los Angeles. He practiced architectural design in diverse industries through 2001. In 2002 he started painting full time while visiting Buenos Aires. Upon return, he engaged in an exploration of Los Angeles, his adopted hometown, through an extensive series of abstract landscape paintings that still continues. His studio practice frequently involves investigations on different techniques, applications and materials. Osuna lives and works in Los Angeles.

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