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Nubian Goddess by Oriel Ceballos
Woman in Red by Oriel Ceballos
Slave Class Education by Oriel Ceballos
Enjoy the Journey by Oriel Ceballos
Octopus in Water by Oriel Ceballos
Self Portrait Line Study by Oriel Ceballos
Beyond Basquiat by Oriel Ceballos
Legacy over Death by Oriel Ceballos
Empire Vision by Oriel Ceballos
Seize the Day by Oriel Ceballos
Woke Anarchist by Oriel Ceballos
Man with Gas Mask by Oriel Ceballos
Cyclops by Oriel Ceballos
Project Billionaire Jay Z by Oriel Ceballos
Radiant Child Basquiat by Oriel Ceballos
School Days by Oriel Ceballos
Black Girls Reading by Oriel Ceballos
Black Boys Listening by Oriel Ceballos
Rico by Oriel Ceballos
Beautiful Embrace by Oriel Ceballos
Rise Like Malcolm by Oriel Ceballos
Fred Hampton by Oriel Ceballos
Time is Money by Oriel Ceballos
Thug Life by Oriel Ceballos
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About Oriel Ceballos
About the Author
Oriel Ceballos is a Brooklyn-raised artist, author, curator, and educator who was born in Panama. Before becoming a full time artist at age 33, Oriel studied at Brooklyn College, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Teachers College, Columbia University.
Since becoming a full time artist, Oriel has showcased in over 40 group exhibitions, many of which he curated. He has also hosted several solo shows, including a solo show curated by Swizz Beatz. In addition, Oriel has written and illustrated several books, as well as a music album cover and a book for a reputable author, Issac Curry. His style as a gallery artist who engages the streets has led him to sell thousands of paintings since 2017. The success is the result of his daily dedication as a street vendor in New York City. He is known for connecting with people from all walks of life, and is a mentor to many young and emerging artists. This has led to his feature in more than a dozen short documentaries, and interviews by both international and local filmmakers. Through hard work and dedication, Orielâ€™s art has reached six continents, and they are now in art collectorâ€™s home the world over.
Before becoming a full time artist at age 33, Oriel worked as a private teacher, tutor, and college professor throughout his 20â€™s. In his early 30â€™s, Oriel left the U.S. to live with his daughter and wife in Ecuador, Panama, Portugal, and Spain. After his travels (which spanned about 11 months), he decided to live as an itinerant painter and teacherâ€”influencing the world with his critical art and books.
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