Ariel Chavarro Avila

His love of art began as a child, with a particular fascination for colour and nature.
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Ariel Chavarro Avila was born near Bogota, Colombia in 1970. Ariel works predominantly in the medium of painting, particularly in oil and watercolour. His love of art began as a child, with a particular fascination for colour and nature. From 1992, Chavarro attended both the Fashion Design School Arturo Tejada Cano followed by Universidad de los Andes, where specialised in Fine Arts. He counts artists including Kandinsky, Constable, Matisse, Chagall, Braque, Picasso, and Dali as his main source of inspiration.

Throughout the 1990s he has had solo shows in Bogota, Medellin and Cali. From 2000-2012, he resided in Madrid, Spain, where he continued to exhibit his work.

After a successful year 2015, Ariel has finished his second large collection made in London, U.K. Entitled " Colours Of The Soul " He is working in the newest collection called " Tribute To Pablo " " Portrait Of Pablo " has won the 17th Artavita Art Contest Certificate Of Excellence in New York, U.S.A. and " Pure Cubism " has classified to the final selection of Pastel Society at Mall Galleries London, U.K. 2016. Chavarro is exhibiting in Vatican City, Italy, London, U.K.,New York City, U.S.A., Monaco, Monaco, and Miami, U.S.A. 2016."

Ariel now lives and works in Chelsea, London.
  • 2017 29 March-2 April - "London Art Biennale", Chelsea Old Town Hall, London
  • 2017 25 March-22 April - " Esposizione Triennale di Arti Visive a Roma", Crocetti Museum, Roma, Italy
  • 2016 30 November-4 December - "Spectrum Miami", Collective Exhibition
  • 2016 27-30 October – “The Dot Int’l Art Fair”, The Old Truman Brewery, London
  • 2016 1-10 July - National Museum Villa Pisani, Val Del Brenta, near Venice, " The Creation Of Adam And Eve" in the main catalogue, "The Best Artists In The Museum"
  • 2015 – Award For participation in Winter Salon - Strasbourg 2015
  • 2015 - Premio Delle Arti "DONATO BRAMANTE", Associazione Internazionale Galleria "II Collezionista" Rome (Italy)