Watson Pablov, artist from María Trinidad Sánchez

Watson Pablov Ventura Garcia, was born 1976 in the province María Trinidad Sánchez, in the Dominican Republic.

Pablov studied graphic design and worked for several newspapers in Santo Domingo before moving to the United States in 2009. During this time he developed his style and technique on the canvas. Social themes and identity tend to be a focal point in Pablov's paintings—with epigrams and bold lines reminiscent of Basquiat and the many artists that included messages in their work, past and present.
Pablov's work is the result of an analysis of reality, in which he interprets and decodes what he sees applying "the principle of unusual." In his work we notice various techniques and influences that the artist consciously applied, emphasizing freedom of execution, evolution, change and constant variation.

I'll eat them if necessary, painting by Watson Pablov

What are we running from, painting by Watson Pablov

Iconographic flower vase, painting by Watson Pablov

Watson Pablov self-portrait

The Swamp, painting by Watson Pablov

Tiredness, painting by Watson Pablov

See you next time, painting by Watson Pablov

Stile alive (Crosswords series), painting by Watson Pablov

Still life, painting by Watson Pablov

Droidreptil, painting by Watson Pablov

The new system, painting by Watson Pablov

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