Juan Francisco Adaro

"Juan Francisco Adaro, a native of Buenos Aires, began painting 20 years ago as a self-taught artist.  Much of what he knows has come observing and interacting with great art.
Adaro is known for his large abstracts and life-sized portraits.  He uses recycled materials and natural textures, with each approach and technique unique to the piece. Adaro's paintings and works on paper merge the worlds of art and science, depicting natural forms and biological structures in vivid color and imaginative detail.
Adaro's work has been shown extensively in group exhibitions and one man shows internationally.  Adaro also describes himself as a curator, an entrepreneur, and a critical observer of the contemporary society."

“Juan Francisco Adaro, a native of Buenos Aires, began painting 20 years ago as a self-taught artist. Much of what he knows has come observing and interacting with great art.

Adaro is known for his large abstracts and life-sized portraits. He uses recycled materials and natural textures, with each approach and technique unique to the piece. Adaro’s paintings and works on paper merge the worlds of art and science, depicting natural forms and biological structures in vivid color and imaginative detail.
Adaro’s work has been shown extensively in group exhibitions and one man shows internationally. Adaro also describes himself as a curator, an entrepreneur, and a critical observer of the contemporary society.”