The quick story..
Geoffrey Crowe is both a sculpture and a painter. He studied art in Puerto Rico at La Liga de Arte and La Escuela de Artes Plasticas. His first exhibition was in 2004, En Accion, a series of paintings capturing the movement and enthusiasm of children playing soccer.
Mr. Crowe’s impressionistic work is known for its sense of movement. His painterly approach and grasp of light and shadow is evident in all his work and the Latin influence can be seen in the dramatic use of color.
Where the paintings are based in impressionism his sculptures are abstract with the occasional side of humor seen in his masks and surreal figures. But the emotional response of the viewer is the same, a desire to touch and discover the work.
Mr. Crowe’s work is defined by its elemental nature and the sense that they were created by nature and influenced by man.
His work has sold in Puerto Rico, Ireland and the United States.
This page was last updated: August 29, 2011