Bollee Patino

Bollee Patino - The Lost Artist

Bollee's work is a fast-paced practice between hasty sketched motifs and a cacophonous flurry representation of 80'sneo-expressionism and pop art. He often pulls from graffiti, CoBra movement and other forms of abstraction to set a foundation of his infused contemporary art painting style with acrylic and spray-paint, while often incorporating chalk as starting point.

With this neo-expressionist twist, Bollee's Contemporary artwork contains a multi-layered chaotic metaphor of his personal life. These works have a body of comprehensive art which requires an inverted lens to fully consume the story behind the artwork.

Brothers

Acrylic and Chalk on Canvas

abstract artwork

A Pair 1

Acrylic & Spray paint on Canvas

abstract artwork

A Pair 2

Acrylic & Spray Paint on Canvas

abstract artwork

SoloE

Acrylic and Chalk on Canvas

abstract artwork

Tokyo

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

abstract artwork

MidTwon

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

Mickey Banksy

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

abstract artwork

Waka

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

Hustle

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

Dreamer

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

New Jack

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

Salty

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

Fisher

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

Basic

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

Lemonade

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

Urban NY Geisha

Acrylic on Canvas

Blue Ocky

Acrylic and Spray Paint on Canvas

Yoda Life: TB Bomber

Acrylic on Canvas

Invisble Man Artwork

Invisible Man

Acrylic on Canvas

Franken Elvis

Frankenstein Elvis: The Rebel

Acrylic on Canvas

The Munmmy's Ghost Artwork

The Mummy's Ghost

Acrylic on Canvas

Mr. London

Acrylic on Canvas

Virgin Mary

Acrylic on Canvas

Urban Geisha Artwork

Urban Geisha

Acrylic on Canvas

Spontaneous art is surreal, and crafting real time imagination produces real time emotions, with a healthy uncomfortable subconscious.

It's simple, it's dirty and everything is in a place to be found. This is the perfect creative atmosphere with no parameters to restrict the imagination process.

"People who aren't artists seem to not understand exactly what a studio is. It's not a store. It's not a factory. It's not a theme park. It's my personal space and their company is not so invasive. (Eleanor Blair)"

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