Art of the Universe by Cortez
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Art of the Universe by Cortez Ashland Gallery is located at the
A Street Arts building in Ashland's art district on A Street across from the Ace Hardware store, upstairs A Street Arts building in Ashland's art district on A Street across from the Ace Hardware store, upstairs in WCFL Insurance office 258 A St
Ashland, OR 97520-1947 suite 11.

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There are over 50 paintings by Cortez on display.



View Cortez's online gallery at

http://www.Yessy.com/Cortez

http://www.YouTube.com/ultracapacitor

Phone contact 541 659 7425
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Art of the Universe
by Cortez

Artist's Statement

Just as the planets turn in rhythm, art is the expression of life. Art is powerful and fills our lives with beauty and expression. Art is my calling! I focus on the power of color and form relationships in my work. I like my images to feel spiritual, bold and alive, and I do this through the expression of feeling colors that create exciting and vibrant statements. I love to create deep emotion, feeling and atmosphere in all my paintings. Thank you for your interest in my work!


Biography

Cortez was born in Roswell, New Mexico.
His work is mostly representative of abstract, espressionistic and impressionistic form in terms of color, rendering and composition.

His work is noted for his natural, spiritual portrayal of Native American, Southwestern, East Indian, Egyptian, Fantasy and contemporary impresssionistic abstract genres.

Cortez's famed and sought after work has been included in many key galleries and art shows ranging from Europe, South Korea, Hawaii and the United States. His unique style draws is captivating and draw crowds at all of his shows and exhibitions.

View his YouTube videos at:

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His online gallery is at:

http://www.Yessy.com/cortez

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At 9:23pm on October 5, 2009, kristina said…
Hello, thank you for the invite--- I just saw many of your works, and they are indeed vibrant and captivating. I love the triad Lakshmi, Saraswati and Radha, who can be another aspect of Kali. Beauty! You capture the uniqueness of each.
At 9:24am on September 18, 2009, Mary C. Nelson said…
Dear Cortez..
Thank you for inviting me to be a friend. I think your work is beautiful, soulful. As a fellow artist, you have my admiration.
Kitty
At 4:37pm on August 12, 2009, Linda Cotrufello said…

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At 6:07am on August 7, 2009, Dr. Sheri Rosenthal said…
Dear Cortez,

Thank you for connecting, I really appreciate it! Your art work is so beautiful!
Blessings in all you do, Sheri
www.journeysofthespirit.com
www.sherirosenthal.com
 
 
 

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