Americas in Chile. Fer was chosen to paint Corporate Executives in Caracas, Venezuela, invited to participate in the Art Miami and FIA, and has been an active member of the South Florida artistic scene. As an artist living and working in Miami, he finds the environment here creatively invigorating. Sources of inspiration in his particular mode of expression, “pop” painting, seem to exude from every corner of this amazing city.
He likes people and to observe and interact with them. In fact, people make up about 90% of his artistic subject matter; faces, figures, groups, individuals, he paints them all in his own personal brand of “pop” caricature. His neo pop style combines vibrant colors with an upbeat, humorous point of view for a result that is fresh, fun and full of life. His work has been exhibited in the U.S., Europe and throughout Latin America and is included in private and public collections worldwide. He has become known for his wild characters, neurotic bar scenes and colorful interpretations of the rich and famous.
Following the lead of many of his most important contemporary pop artists, Sucre has been selected and commissioned to apply his artistic vision to several major product campaigns including Absolut Vodka. Influenced by the works of pop pioneers like Warhol, Haring and Liechtenstein, he is always reinterpreting, reinventing and expanding on the stylistic horizons of “pop” to find new ways to invite his audience to laugh, to join the party and be entertained.
He always found that “pop” art is great because it crosses just about any cultural barrier. It’s a very accessible style of art. It’s perhaps the best art form for anyone who might be intimidated by art. It’s fun, bright, colorful and full of a unique kind of energy.