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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Untitled. 2x3.5 inch. $40.00
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.