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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
COLORS by Mike Gonzalez
MARILYN 1953 by Mike Gonzalez
ALONE IN THE CITY by Mike Gonzalez
A QUIET PLACE by Mike Gonzalez
WALK IN THE WOODS by Mike Gonzalez
The BOUGAINVILLEA TREE by Mike Gonzalez
WALKING IN THE RAIN by Mike Gonzalez
GOING HOME by Mike Gonzalez
THE WINDOW by Mike Gonzalez
THE ENTRANCE by Mike Gonzalez
OUR FENCE by Mike Gonzalez
BARELY NAKED x 4 Digital by Mike Gonzalez
TOGETHER - back digital by Mike Gonzalez
T-SHIRT x 4 digital by Mike Gonzalez
TOWEL DRY x 4- digital by Mike Gonzalez
I MISS YOU - digital by Mike Gonzalez
I'M SORRY - digital by Mike Gonzalez
WAITING x 4 by Mike Gonzalez
EMBRACE - digital by Mike Gonzalez
HUSBAND MATERIAL - digital by Mike Gonzalez
SHUT UP and KISS ME - digital by Mike Gonzalez
TOWEL DRY - digital by Mike Gonzalez
MARILYN - Black dress digital by Mike Gonzalez
JUDY - 1961 digital by Mike Gonzalez
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About Mike Gonzalez
Cuban born, American artist Miguel has been fascinated with art his whole life. Starting early in life to demonstrate strong artistic abilities, it wasn’t until he “accidentally” sketched a portrait of Eartha Kitt when he was only 12 that he recognized his own ability.
With no formal art education other than some general classes in high school, he developed his own style through self-determination and personal discipline.
Miguel never forgets to credit his high school art teacher, Mr. Kelly, with the one piece of information he still finds useful today: “always look at your subject more than your sketch”.
In addition to his drawings, Miguel has created backdrops and program covers for various musical theater and opera productions. Most currently, Miguel has become an internationally published artist having had a large portion of his drawings featured in the French art magazine, CHARACTER.
"As an artist, l have a great appreciation for the muscular male physique. It is the subtle interplay of light and dark shadows created by the muscles that make the work interesting for me. When I begin a new piece, I do not so much draw on the paper but rather allow the shadows to emerge from the blank page. I always try to portray a certain emotion in addition to the sensuality of the piece."
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