Pedro Sousa Louro
(PSL Art Studio)
"My artworks are all around mix media mediums. After developing the next idea and final vision of an artwork. Starts the craziness of searching and finding materials that I need. On bases I use wood panels, canvas, and wood with canvasses fixed on it, done by myself. My studio frames all my artworks with mid -century wood bars/style around.
My artist art is created by my visual perceptions, both conscious and unconscious and that is the language from my nerve system"
Established his career as artist in London where he graduated with BA in Fine Art.
Pedro Sousa Louro has had numerous careers including TV presenting and modelling for almost 17 years, but has always lived with cubist images. Now a full-time artist Pedro transfers his soul into canvas. His work is his way of portraying feelings, emotions and perceptions both consciously and unconsciously.
Graduated from Chelsea College of Arts in 1997 and decades later after ending his model and TV presenting career, Pedro then refreshed himself again with his the second degree in "Abstract Vision" and "Abstract language and understanding expressionism" from the Kensington and Chelsea Art College in 2012.
In his works, you can see the evolution in his dialogue with colours and geometry. Despite his preferences about the contemporary artist, like for instance Francis Bacon, his reminiscence comes from the neoplasticism of Mondrian and Ben Nickolson, and in some way Picasso. Considering that, he does not stress about the subject matter, but the geometry for geometry’s sake is the key in his pieces. He uses the technique of 'dropping', used by Pollock, but with the order and sense of Rothko. As he assures, Cubism has been part of his life but is only in the early part of his career, in his more recent researches and studies he is emerging both cubism and abstract expressionism in just one bright and sharp Pedro. His main aim is interacting and dialoguing with the spectator, telling a story. After a short figurative spell combined with his characteristic geometric style.