Lola B 24 X 36 Ap Giclee On Canvas - Born in Los Angeles and raised in Sacramento, Garibaldi’s early life was
overshadowed by the tough environment that surrounded him. He was not
immune to the lure of graffiti life, and he found a niche in urban art. It was not
until high school that Garibaldi was able to parlay underground influences and
hip-hop culture into positive career opportunities. Despite hard times to come, he
walked away from the mean streets for good and refused to lose the focus and
drive of a young artist pursuing the dreams of world renown.
In 2003, David Garibaldi began turning his illustrations on paper into paintings on
canvas. Although painting was gratifying, Garibaldi wanted to take his artistry to a
different level. He started painting live at urban jazz sessions, nightclubs, and
hip-hop events, using music events to spark his creativity. Painting live became
performance in its own right, and Garibaldi’s work evolved into stage
As he dances, paint flies, arms flail, and...
Lola Beats In the image Lola Beats, I wanted to capture on canvas how drum patterns motivate my paintings. The snapping snare hits and the triumphant symbol crashes and stirs creativity inside of me. Percussion instruments also transcend many cultural and generational boundaries, much like art. From ancient to modern day sounds, the beat of the drum continues to dictate the steps in our lives.
Lola B 24 X 36 Ap Giclee On Canvas, by David Garibaldi David Garibaldi
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