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‘Little Picasso’ Andres Valencia stuns the art world

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Andres Valencia's buddies gather around to watch him sketch in primary school.  They aren't the only ones who have taken note of his abilities. The ten-year-old is causing a stir in the art world, and he will make his global auction debut this month. The San Diego, California-based artist began painting at the age of five and now sells his works for tens of thousands of dollars. His talent was seen early by his parents, Guadalupe, a 50-year-old lawyer, and Elsa, a 47-year-old psychologist and jewelry designer, who utilize a step ladder to construct his larger masterpieces. They applaud his art, which is influenced by Picasso and cubism, but all they want from him is for him to love painting. "To be honest," Guadalupe remarked, "We try not to talk about it too much in front of him." "We never refer to him as a prodigy or anything like that." With him, we just keep things simple. He just works on his art at home. https://twitter.com/MikeSington/status/1466848616799432704?s=20&t=lQMPYedagpT80n1hd494SQ "I don't believe he understands the gravity of what the art industry and the general public think about it." Guadalupe and Elsa stated they had resisted demands to educate their son so he could devote more time to art. "We want him to be able to go to school like any other youngster." And, because he's 10, he's not like most painters, who paint for six, eight, or ten hours a day. "So he paints after school and on weekends, but he also plays with his pals," says the narrator. Andres received international attention during Miami Art Week in December. Jordan Belfort, the former trader whose life story was adapted into the Hollywood blockbuster The Wolf of Wall Street, as well as actress Sofia Vergara, purchased one of his paintings. Experts had been impressed before they learned his age, according to Nick Korniloff, director of Art Miami. https://www.instagram.com/reel/CXFCClmpien/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=9ad0b4bc-75de-409d-a004-ab874dd1b9ee Korniloff added, "I've been doing this for 21 years." "And this was without a doubt the most fantastic encounter I've ever had with an artist and the most incredible experience I've ever had with a collecting crowd inside an art market." Everyone has come to our shows, including major celebrities and personalities. "However, this ten-year-old child brought the house down." Andres is not frightened of difficult topics. He made a painting illustrating the atrocities of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, inspired by Picasso's anti-war classic Guernica. Korniloff is hesitant to speculate on the value of his work to future investors, but he is convinced that it will persist. He added, "The work holds the wall just as well as anything I've seen in a long career." After Andres Valencia drew something for Belfort at the venue, he characterized his picture as "shockingly interesting." Sofia Vergara, Channing Tatum, Brooke Shields, and artist Shepard Fairey, who visited Andres Valencia's booth at Miami Art, were among those who were impressed by his work.

"Every child is an artist"

"Picasso is to blame." He fudged the dates on his early sketches and then claimed that he was a rival to Raphael even as a child. https://www.instagram.com/p/CW7McKwN72H/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=6e424551-e82d-45da-91ec-fc1c2b14a199 Every parent of a gifted child now believes that their child is a Picasso in the making — perhaps a little too literally in the case of Andres Valencia, who has painted a Ukrainian version of the iconic Guernica. It's fantastic that this ten-year-old appears to be so intelligent and enthusiastic. Cubism was presumably associated with playroom building blocks when I was his age. Valencia has examined various difficult painters, including George Condo, and then provided his opinion on them. His paintings are vivid, vibrant, and confident. They have a lot of power. But it was Picasso's work's complete freshness that made it so compelling. He taught us a new perspective. Imitating his manner is to miss the point entirely. A painted replica, no matter how good it is, is visually unappealing.  The famous Spanish modernist once observed, "Every child is an artist." "The issue is how to stay an artist as we grow older." I hope Andres will confront this challenge one day. However, he is selling out to our fickle current markets in the interim.  They're always ready to jump on the latest fad, but then they just keep going. Many a shattered reputation has been left in their wake."