Bernard Rangel is a self-taught artist that has been painting for more than thirty-seven years. He has just started a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for attending the Art Expo NYC 2015.
Manhattan, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/31/2015 -- Bernard Rangel started his life as an artist at the age of fifteen by painting backdrops for the Amateur Hong Kong Ballet group. Over the years, he has painted household and commercial interiors, ceramics, bed linen, jeans, paper and on canvas. Bernard already has the experience of exhibiting in Germany, UK, India, Italy, Brazil, and USA. On April 23, 2015, Bernard will participate at the Art Expo NYC 2015.
At the Art Expo NYC 2015, Bernard Rangel will be represented by the Miami based art gallery Art Blend. At present, he has a stock of almost one thousand ready-to-sale paintings on canvas and paper. By attending the Art Expo NYC 2015, Bernard is looking to gain global identity as an artist. While exhibiting his work on an international platform, Bernard also looks forward to interacting with other contemporary artists. He has an unusual and dynamic painting style in oils and acrylic paint. Bernard is also the founder of a unique art genre that he calls the Contemporary Tribal Surrealism.
Unfortunately, in order to attend the Art Expo NYC 2015, Bernard needs to raise £5,000. With this objective, he has just started a Kickstarter campaign that will close on April 8, 2015. If this campaign is funded, it will provide adequate funds for Bernard to pay the cost of exhibiting, airfare from London to New York, and his hotel accommodation and other costs for a week.
To find out more about this campaign, please visit http://kck.st/1F1QS1P
Bernard Rangel's official website is http://www.saatchiart.com/bernardrangel
About Bernard Rangel
Bernard Rangel is a self-taught artist painting for more than 37 years. His surreal work is a new avenue departing from the established ones of artists such as Miro, Matisse and Max Ernst: it is both creative and visceral. Named "Contemporary Tribal Surrealism," it reflects the Global Village of the 21st century.