Writers must open themselves to new ideas, new thoughts and new experiences. Art is one avenue to new ideas and experiences.
I have known Pedro Fuller as an acquaintance for several years and knew he was an artist. However, I was only recently able to review his work. I found it bright, cheery and expressive. I especially liked his “Happiness #91,” a pastel on paper 13.5 by 18.5, which depicts three sail boats on an Azure sea under gathering clouds. Some of his pure abstracts such as, “Color Intense,” “Title 34,” “Happiness Series #87,” “Title 71,” and “Parches de Colores” are extraordinary.
I don’t pretend to be an art critic, simply a teller of tales, and spinner of stories. But I think Pedro Fuller has got something. His work is inventive and original. The closest I can come to describing it is to think of Picasso with fewer sharp edges, using Diego Rivera’s color pallet. You may view his works at www.pedrofuller.com and judge for yourself.
The best art collectors are the ones who spot artists before they become famous and start acquiring their works early. It’s only a matter of time before Mr. Fuller gets recognized, and when he does, his work is sure to be in high demand.