Steve Javiel
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  • San Franciso
  • United States
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Artist Living and working in San Francisco.

Most of my work is non-representational due to the abstraction of color, shapes, typography and forms of overlapping textures. Living in San Francisco has had a major impact on my work. Decaying walls, shipyards, industrial sites, and buildings that have been abandoned have all been a big influence. The ageing, rust and marks on these surfaces are what I find fascinating and inspiring.

I tend to walk down by the Piers because I’m always guarantied to stumble or come across a surface that will catch my eye’s attention. Every time I head out I’m always caring my camera. I capture a variety of angles for a variety of compositions. Once I have a strong selection of photography that I can work with it’s back to the studio and time to start painting.
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