The Bio:
Oliverio is an artist from Veracruz, Mexico who grew up surrounded by his grandmother's collection of munequitos- small clay figures- from various parts of mexico. From these innocent beginnings he developed a uniquely philosophical style that intertwines absurd ironies with scenes both familiar and fantastic. He employs clay, wire, paper-mache and found objects in his work. He is always creating and re-creating his work, but the influences remain the same...

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Abreu Art
An Offering for the Day of the Dead
Arte Mestizo
Self Help Graphics
Agora Gallery, Soho, New York
Mexico Connect

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Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach
Bowers Museum Gallery Store, Santa Ana
Self Help Graphics, Los Angeles
Artscape, Long Beach
Folk Tree, Pasadena
Long Beach Arts, Long Beach

Untitled. 2x3.5 inch. $40.00 Sold
All art on this page are
made from Polymer Clay
and finished with Acrylic
and gloss varnish.
Every piece is ONE OF A KIND!
Oliverio never makes two
pieces that are the same.