You might recall Miami artist Francesco LoCastro’s solo show 305//NEON LIFE back in 2009 at KRMIA, his newest body of paintings will leave you floating on a geometric cloud of artistic enchantment. Controlling the colors like a photoshopped graphic, LoCastro uses accrylic, silkscreen, spray paint, layered epoxy resin and gold leaf on wood. Francesco just released a handful of new prints in his web store and is gearing up for the UR1 Festival during Art Basel this December in Miami. Scope out his website for more info.
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