Adrian Jesus Roldan is from San Diego, CA. He was born in Los Angeles, CA in 1982. At an early age, he was introduced to art by his mother Patricia who would leave some paint and paper out for his 8 siblings and him to play with. For that day on Adrian always used art as his form of expression. Art ...
Adrian Jesus Roldan is from San Diego, CA. He was born in Los Angeles, CA in 1982. At an early age, he was introduced to art by his mother Patricia who would leave some paint and paper out for his 8 siblings and him to play with. For that day on Adrian always used art as his form of expression. Art was a hobby for him during his early years until he went to college at San Diego State University (SDSU).
While at SDSU, Adrian declared his major in political science hoping to one day serve the public in office. But all that changed when he took extracurricular classes that opened path towards making a career in the arts. Adrian's art specialty included oil and acrylic painting as well as sculpture, sketching, oil pastels and watercolor. He has been a professional artist since 2008 and has done art shows at the W hotel in San Diego, Vin Di Syrah Wine parlor, and SE San Diego Hotel.
"My goal is to make art that inspires passion, life and playfulness." Adrian's art style captures a world reflected by his imagination. Often painting without boundaries. He paints incorporating his surroundings, often using community landmarks or inspirational community members then applying a touch of fantasy to his work. Adrian's color pallets are bright, vibrant and playful. Often showing hints through his art of his Mexican heritage. He believes that art is ever changing and ever growing; and only capture moments that define him in that current place or time.
Some of his current work captures New York in his eyes. From the people he encounters to the natural settings upstate New York brings. Adrian currently resides in Beacon, NY., where he will start hosting this summer of 2013 art seminars, group or private art classes at Beacon Hermitage.
For more information visit his website https://roldanartstudio.see.me/ or www.facebook.com/roldanartworks. Or if interested in booking a stay/private art sessions with overnight accommodation (meals provided) visit Beacon Hermitage on Facebook .