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Eternal Springtime

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Noé Badillo
Eternal Springtime
2016,
Oil Canvas
48x60in

$5,000

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Noé Badillo
Eternal Springtime
2016,
Oil Canvas
48x60in

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About the artist
Noé Badillo was born in 1978, in Ensenada, Mexico. He has been creating art for twenty-four years, and diverse in his approach, has worked in a variety of different mediums, including painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, and most recently, sculpture in marble. His work has gone through six distinct periods, affected by the events of the artists life, and his response to the changing world around him. Badillo’s work has been exhibited at the Latino Museum of Art, History and Culture, Los Angeles, The Center for Latino Arts at UCLA, The Tucson Museum of Art, The Udinotti Museum of Art in Scottsdale, AZ, and will be exhibited this September through December at the Farmington Museum in Farmington, New Mexico. He is currently a PhD student at Arizona State University, working on his dissertation on architecture entitled “Geometry of the Sun: Guarino Guarini and his Church of San Lorenzo.” He lives in Phoenix with his wife and muse Elizabeth, and three sons, Griffin, Elliot and Theodore.

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Noé Badillo was born in 1978, in Ensenada, Mexico. He has been creating art for twenty-four years, and diverse in his approach, has worked in a variety of different mediums, including painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, and most recently, sculpture in marble. His work has gone through six distinct periods, affected by the events of the artists life, and his response to the changing world around him. Badillo’s work has been exhibited at the Latino Museum of Art, History and Culture, Los Angeles, The Center for Latino Arts at UCLA, The Tucson Museum of Art, The Udinotti Museum of Art in Scottsdale, AZ, and will be exhibited this September through December at the Farmington Museum in Farmington, New Mexico. He is currently a PhD student at Arizona State University, working on his dissertation on architecture entitled “Geometry of the Sun: Guarino Guarini and his Church of San Lorenzo.” He lives in Phoenix with his wife and muse Elizabeth, and three sons, Griffin, Elliot and Theodore.