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Are You Ready Yet?

Jason Astorquia
Ugallery 5345185260 UGallery

Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas New

Finished edges

Varnished and Ready to hang



48" h x 72" w x 1.5" d |20 lbs. 0 oz.

In stock $6,700



Artist Jason Astorquia displays an abstract interpretation of the antiquity of ancestry and the trees of love and life. Moments of the past in rich umber hues merge with deep blues and the radiant orange of the present, climbing up into vibrant green and turquoise of possibility. Jason embarks with layers of color and texture, defining dreams of the primordial earth. Whispers in grays and whites in remembrance of the wild, the ancestors connect with higher realms calling for the expansion of this here and now.

Jason Astorquia

Bellingham, Washington

Conceptually nuanced dimensions map out artist Jason Astorquia’s otherworldly abstractions. He paints organized assemblies that articulate his visionary perspective in multiple layers, each leaving profound depths. Initially trained in applied mathematics at Yale University, Jason found himself seeking his own truth by pursuing creative endeavors, leading him to delve into his artistic inclinations with curiosity and wonder. His process follows a creative impulse, an explosion pushing, through exchanges with etheric whispers, to resolve competing inner tensions towards the balance of the whole. “I trust in the intuition that a feeling is captured - a dip into the otherworldly realms, or the past and present dissolving into one, a scream frozen in glass, the hush of a rampaging fire, or a drop of vivid life thawing from the stillness," says Jason. Numerous galleries have featured his work around the United States, from Seattle, Boston, and San Francisco, all the way to Hawaii. As a family man, Jason also enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, hiking, writing, and exploring ideas that tune him into living more sustainably.

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