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tradigital art prints created by brazilian irish artist p gurgel-segrillo

Tradigital Art created by visual artist P Gurgel-Segrillo - original traditional pencil on paper drawings worked digitally into archival quality prints

My drawings may seem at first to be dealing with the surreal, or the supernatural, but instead of exploring the world of dreams or the unconscious, they, in fact, refer to our day-to-day, multi-layered humanity - from the grit of the mundane to the highest spiritual aspirations.


tradigital series #1

tradigital art prints by brazilian-irish artist p gurgel-segrillo
tradigital art print by brazilain irish artist p gurgel-segrillo

The tradigital art series were influenced by the great Photojournalism masters and their humanity and by the Film Noir directors with their gloomy grays and blacks and whites, emphasizing the shadowy and dark side of the human experience.

The format was inspired by Cordel Literature: the popular and inexpensively printed booklets containing short stories, poems and songs, which are produced and sold by street vendors mainly in the Northeast of Brazil. They came from the papel volante tradition of Portugal and are usually produced in black and white and illustrated with woodcuts. The cordeis talk about popular day-to-day life's trials and tribulations.

The tradigital series #1 was created as a response to 'I Have the Right' open call for an exhibit at the PICTURE Art Foundation, Redondo Beach, California.

Artworks were selected from over 800 entries by the PICTURE Art Foundation Board of Directors that illustrate a cultural interpretation of the exhibit theme, Human Rights, including art that addresses: The Right to be Free; from oppression, to choose my leaders, to worship openly, to live in peace and to get an education - The Right to Express Myself; speak freely, be myself and to create - The Right to Dream; anything is possible, war can end, hunger can be eliminated -The Right to Love; myself and the person I choose. 

The tradigital art series #2 'fallen angels' was created in response to the works of William Blake.

Both series are printed on Hahnemuhle smooth white 100% Rag based paper with archival quality pigment inks, in signed limited editions of 25

tradigital series #1 

tradigital series #2

All fine art prints are mounted and signed by the artist P Gurgel-Segrillo and shipped worldwide from her Cork City studio.