Ramiro Diaz

Artist + Ramiro Diaz

My artwork is about the connections that bring seemingly disparate worlds and ideas joyfully together. Animals and animalian humanoids appear frequently as whimsical characters. I feel a great connection to and influence from the world of dreams. Dreams are the mind’s way of processing and expressing intense emotions and experiences. These raw emotional connections seek to bring the viewer back to a place in childhood where the heart understood the world before the eye and mind did.

Growing up in Cuba after the collapse of the Soviet Union, when being well fed was a rare luxury, nature was my toybox. Death and decomposition were a part of daily life. I remember feeling an innocent curiosity about animals rotting in the dirt, seeing beauty in their bones as I saw beauty in the creature that had been alive not long before. When I moved to New Orleans, I felt a deep connection to the way death is celebrated here as a part of loving life. The music and spirit of the places I have lived have deeply influenced me as well, and my work is frequently imbued with this music that is like a spiritual pulse.

 

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We are a community of New Orleans visual artists. We are painters, sculptors, photographers & illustrators.
We are craftsmen and metal workers, printmakers and textile artists.
We make and create original & one of a kind artworks handcrafted right here in New Orleans.

Let Go
Bryan Brown Art by Bryan Brown
Painting
Bryan Brown
Ernie K-Doe: Emperor of the Universe
Gabriel Flores New Orleans Paint and Design
Painting / Street Art
Gabriel Flores
Summer Song
Anne McLeod Painting
Anne McLeod
White On White #5
Brent Houzenga Painting
Brent Houzenga
Thoughts #10 "The Engineer"
Tony Hollums Painting
Tony Hollums
Festival des Acadiens
Devin De Wulf Folk / Outsider Art / Painting / Photography
Devin De Wulf
Woman #1
Toné Lowe Painting
Toné Lowe
Pidgeontown Steppers
Stephanie Reed Painting
Stephanie Reed
Behold a Golden Calf
Thomas Deaton Painting
Thomas Deaton
NO DNA: Jacque
Sean Randall Painting
Sean Randall
Avens
Margaux Hymel Art by Gaux Gaux
Painting
Margaux Hymel
Detangled
Shelby Little Painting
Shelby Little
Orangina Princesse de Broglie
Rayne Bories Painting
Rayne Bories
Gold Rush
Mary Singleton Painting
Mary Singleton
Okra Farms: Lower 9th Ward, New Orleans, LA
Miro Hoffmann Painting
Miro Hoffmann
Golden Light
Anne Blenker Painting
Anne Blenker
Naturia Piper
Leeaux . Illustration / Painting
Leeaux .
Ironing Board Sam over Jackson Square
John Turner Painting
John Turner
Cypress Bayou
Louise Guidry Encaustic / Monotype / Painting / Printmaking
Louise Guidry
The Cathedral
Ceaux . Ceaux Artwork
Painting
Ceaux .
Rue de la Bucherie print
Keith Oelschlager Painting
Keith Oelschlager
I am Enough
Nancy Wolfe Kimberly Gator Girl Art
Painting
Nancy Wolfe Kimberly
Lenny
Lionel Milton Elleone
Painting / Street Art
Lionel Milton
Impala
Meghan Methe Painting
Meghan Methe
Samsara
Connor McManus Mixed Media / Painting
Connor McManus
Neighborhood Committee
Ember Soberman Painting / Mixed Media
Ember Soberman
Rivers & Ramperts
Michael Eble Painting
Michael Eble
Meeting Notes # 62
Sean Clark Painting
Sean Clark
Shotgun in Treme
Queen Hope Parker Queen Hope Poetic Art
Painting
Queen Hope Parker
Infinite Sadness
Jeremy Paten Mixed Media / Painting
Jeremy Paten
Aquamarine Blooms
Lori Sperier Mixed Media / Painting
Lori Sperier
Landscape
Debbie Boyd Painting
Debbie Boyd
"The Peaches are Better Down the Road" Homage to Johnny Hodges
George McClements Painting
George McClements
Honeymoon Memories
Lee Morais Painting
Lee Morais
Yogi Bear!
Leroy Miranda Jr. Painting
Leroy Miranda Jr.
The Only Way Out is Through
Sarah Nelson Sarah Nelson Fine Art
Painting
Sarah Nelson
Pete Fountain
Alexandra Kilburn Illustration / Painting
Alexandra Kilburn
Simple Instructions
Bruce Corona Drawing / Mixed Media / Painting
Bruce Corona
Beady Black
Patrick Henry Victory Arts
Painting
Patrick Henry
Carousel Bar
Nurhan Gokturk Illustration / Painting
Nurhan Gokturk
Blow Pop
Jessica Strahan JHand Paints
Painting
Jessica Strahan
Color Explosion
Rannie Howard Painting
Rannie Howard
Pineapple 104
Drew Cooke Mixed Media / Painting
Drew Cooke
Seekers of Light
Kate Hanrahan Illustration / Mixed Media / Painting
Kate Hanrahan
"Ava"
Brett Henderson Painting
Brett Henderson
Pauger Street
Paige DeVries Painting
Paige DeVries
Louisiana Mythology : Blue Heron Alkonost
Emma Fick Painting
Emma Fick
Cafe DuMonde
Connie Kittok Painting
Connie Kittok
Head to Toe
Kris Muntan Painting
Kris Muntan
Uptown Ruler
Nicole Ockmond Painting
Nicole Ockmond
Harley Baby
Rise Delmar Ochsner Painting
Rise Delmar Ochsner
Aerial Study #2
Kristen Albrecht Mixed Media / Painting
Kristen Albrecht
All That's Left
Cheryl Anne Grace Painting
Cheryl Anne Grace
James Brown
Jeff Morgan Painting
Jeff Morgan
Swamp Goddess Print
Saegan Swanson Painting
Saegan Swanson
A Portait of Josephine Louise Newcomb
Maddie Stratton Painting
Maddie Stratton
Kanzeon I, II & III
Rachel Rice-Baham Painting / Mixed Media
Rachel Rice-Baham
Continuing to Unfold
Rebecca Birtel Madura Painting
Rebecca Birtel Madura
Slim Harpo
Lucille Anderson Lucille Blues
Painting
Lucille Anderson
Flying Fish III
George Dolgy Painting
George Dolgy
Faces of Tribes
Kevin Elder Painting
Kevin Elder
Landscape Layers
Kat Ryalls Painting
Kat Ryalls
Sophisticated Woman
Blair Dupre Painting
Blair Dupre
Esplanade Ave.
Lyla Clayre Illustration / Painting
Lyla Clayre
The Blues
Darlene Langendonk Art Impressions
Painting
Darlene Langendonk
Orgullo
MILAGROS Collective Painting
MILAGROS Collective
Mississippi River Run
Ellen Macomber Ellen Macomber Studio
Painting
Ellen Macomber
Slice of Earth - Plains
Ella Albrecht Painting
Ella Albrecht
CREATORS OF ART

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