[ hə͡ʊsˈe͡ɪ ɔːɹˈɒzkə͡ʊ], [ həʊsˈeɪ ɔːɹˈɒzkəʊ], [ h_əʊ_s_ˈeɪ ɔː_ɹ_ˈɒ_z_k_əʊ]
How to use "Jose orozco" in context?
Jose Orozco's impressionistic figurative paintings "travel the imaginary space that exists between dream and reality." Orozco's works explore themes of memory, identity, and the elusive nature of reality. Subject matter ranges from peasant women in Mexico talking to themselves on hillsides, to American pop artists being sprayed with a hose by an angry government bureaucrat. "My paintings are about the human experience, our relationship to the world and ourselves," said Orozco. His fluid brushstrokes and painterly surfaces give his work a luminosity that evokes the mysticism of the East.
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