by Noé Badillo
This is another painting representing the artist's new body of work inspired by Greek and Roman painting. It is a portrait of the artist's wife, with a halo of flowers surrounding her head.
Noé Badillo has been a practicing artist for over twenty years. His career began as a photographer at age fifteen, focusing on subjects of abstraction in nature and the human figure set within the environment.
Mr. Badillo is in the collection of the Latino Museum of Art, History and Culture in Los Angeles, and has exhibited at the Tucson Museum of Art. He has shown his work in galleries in the United States and Europe.
In 2003, he studied in Rome, where he became enthralled with the Renaissance. Upon his return, he studied under the great conceptual artist Osvaldo Romberg, who instructed him in mastercopying, drafting, architectural modelling and theoretical art. In 2009 he received his BFA, and in 2012 his MA in art history from the University of Arizona. That same year, he marrried Elizabeth Anne Riedel, who has inspired his work, along with his two sons, Elliot and Griffin, ever since. Badillo is currently a PhD student in architectual history and theory at Arizona State University. He has published articles and chapters in edited volumes of scholarly research related to architecture and philosophy.
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