Ralph Gonzales

Multiple shades of red, blue, purple, yelow and black paint have been dripped and dribbled to form an intricate abstract mesh web of color, with a pattern and texture that is similar to that created by the fibers of a loofah sponge.

Ralph Gonzalez has attended classes at VSA for four years. He works in a non-stop and vigorous style. Ralph prefers to use the kind of drip technique that is strikingly similar to the work of Jackson Pollock. Ralph's drip paintings are fluid in nature and full of motion. He chooses a variety of colors and adds layer upon layer to create a maze of depth.

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