Ricardo Martinez – Child’s Play

Child’s Play

9.5×10 inches, Charcoal and pastel on paper
Child’s Play- $650.00 USD + S&H     

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Artist Ricardo Martinez
Artist Ricardo Martinez

About Ricardo Martinez

Apprentice, Ani Art Academy Waichulis

Ricardo grew up in Jersey City, NJ, and realized his passion for the arts at a very young age. He continued to study visual arts throughout his early education. While taking local figure drawing classes at The DuCret School of Art, he was introduced to painter, Timothy Jahn, who taught what is now known as The Language of Drawing and Painting program pioneered by Anthony Waichulis. Interested by the structure of the curriculum, and the quality of work by Jahn’s students, Ricardo joined Jahn studios as an apprentice in 2009.

In 2011 Jahn left to teach at the first International Ani Art Academies Studio in Anguilla. Ricardo was then accepted as a long distance apprentice to the Ani Art Academies Waichulis in Pennsylvania. He has gone on to exhibit at Mammoth University, Misericordia University, and Reh’s Galleries in New York.

Ricardo feels that the artist represents a unique position. “They have the opportunity to go on stage, walk up to the microphone, and say something profound and beautiful. So what will you say? That is the question I ask myself every time I start a new piece, and it’s what continues to motivate me as a representational artist. ”

Today he is studying with artist Jason Brady in Pennsylvania to refine his painting skills and further explore the realm of figurative art.