Cesar Plascencia

No Mas! brings Mexican photorealistic painter, Cesar Plascencia, to Atlanta’s Castleberry Hill Art Stroll, November 11, 2011, which runs 7-10pm. The vivid, expressive paintings of Cesar Plascencia, who was personally trained by the renowned artist David Villasenor, will be on display at No Mas! this November, with the artist’s trip to Atlanta sponsored through combined efforts of No Mas!, the Instituto de Mexico, and the Rialto Center for the Arts. During his stay, Cesar will complete a new painting at No Mas!, where patrons may watch his technique.

“Tierra de inigualables colores, de gente sublime y de paisajes surrealistas como alguna vez lo dijo Salvador Dalí, de apasionadas vestimentas y de una creatividad sin igual, estos son temas que han existido desde siempre en nuestra gente y en nuestra tierra y que alguien en algún momento de la historia a captado en algún lienzo, escultura o mural y esto es lo que refleja la verdadera esencia del mexicano, de lo que vive y siente, de sus costumbres, tradiciones, sus fiestas, religión y todo ese mundo que cautiva y enamora a quien es parte de ello ; esta es la inspiración de este proyecto, esta es mi esencia , pasión y motivación….” Cesar Plascencia

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“Lands of unmatched colors, of unusual people and of surrealistic landscapes … as Salvador Dali once expressed, of passionately vivid clothing and of unequaled creativity, these are subjects that have always existed in our people, in our land, they are the subjects that have been captured on canvas, in sculpture, and on walls; they are reflections of the true essence of Mexico, of how we live and feel, of our customs, our traditions, our celebrations, religion, and everything in this world that captivates and enamors those who are a part of it. This is the inspiration for this collection of my works, this is the essence, my passion and motivation….” Cesar Plascencia

More about Cesar
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/10/prweb8902042.htm

http://youtu.be/2CJN4tjw7sI

http://www.mundohispanico.com/news/2011/nov/03/artista-trae-a-atlanta-sus-colores-de-mexico/