"Niña Jaguar" 2.6x3.6m spray-paint on board, piece done at Upfest - The Urban Paint Festival in Bristol UK this weekend, inspired by my motherland and the three stages of life Aztec mask.
Photography by Paweł Grzybek (second photo)
Street-art Grammart. Street-Art Festival. 6 x 12m mural (1) and 4 x 5m mural (2). Grammichele, Sicily, Italy. 2017
Mural by Goya Torres for Blackburn Open Walls 2017. Blackburn, Lancashire, United Kingdom.
Mural for 'Kings of Province' Meeting Of Styles Copenhagen warm up at Ringsted Denmark. 5 x 2.5m
Mural painted at CONSTRUCTO 17 Street-Art Festival in the UNAM Facultad de Ciencias Politicas y Sociales. Mexico City, MEXICO. 2017.
3m x 5m. MOLOTOW spray-paint and Politec acrylic sponsored by Rodin. Concept and artwork by Goya Torres, March 2017.
Video produced and edited by Rodin.
Mural painted at Ciudad Mural Monterrey Street-Art Festival. Monterrey, MEXICO. 2016
5m x 7m. COMEX spray-paint and acrylic. Concept and artwork by Goya Torres, November 2016.
Mural painted at ARCA galeria lobby. Mexico City, MEXICO. 2016
5m x 7m. 360 spray-paint and COMEX acrylic. Concept and artwork by Goya Torres, November 2016.
Mural painted at FEMINEM Female Street-Art Festival. Altzayanca, Tlaxcala, MEXICO. 2016
3.5m x 3.5m. 360 spray-paint and COMEX acrylic. Concept and artwork by Goya Torres, October 2016.
Mural painted with artist Teem at Belmont, for 'Block By Block' project, a long running project organized by Keo Match and Ana Benson of Cafe Macquarie constructed are still coordinating. The idea behind the project is to bring art to abandoned, forgotten and unused spaces around the country. - NSW, Australia. February 2015
More info about the project: http://keomatch.com/block-by-block-belmont-part-2/
"El Viaje", 2.40 x 2.40m, acrylic, spraypaint and mix media on two marine plywood panels. Artwork by Goya Torres. Available as print only by request.
Goya Torres doing llive-painting for the CK Market Lane Project in Manly the 6th and 7th of September 2014.
My piece "El Viaje" (The Journey) reflects the surf culture and local lifestyle with a visual mexican influence. After living in the Northern Beaches for 4 years, this piece has a very personal meaning of my journey in Australia.
About the project:
Each month in 2014 a new artist will paint a unique, original artwork on two large, removable panels on the wall of Painters' Gallery & The Manly Hubb at 44 Market Lane in Manly.The artworks have different subjects, themes and styles but each one aims to improve the urban spaces in Manly and help to start a dialogue between the artists and members the public. Each artwork will remain on the wall for a full month and will be available to purchase during that time.We have some of the BEST contemporary artists in and around Sydney taking part so we encourage everyone to come down on the last weekend of each month to witness a new masterpiece being created - The artist with the most positive response at the end of their month will receive the “People’s Choice” award during a special exhibition at Painters’ Gallery at the end of the Project.http://themanlyhub.com/market-lane-art-project/
Photography by Justin Wilkes
Video by Christian Michael Garcia
"Ocean Lady" & "Sharky" painted for "Do Your Block" project in Narrabeen Beach, part of 42 cement blocks commissioned by Warringah Council.
Artwork by Goya Torres, 2015.
"Fragility", rhino for Wild! Rhino project organized by Taronga Zoo and sponsor by Hotel Steyne. On exhibition at Manly Corso, Sydney from January to April 2014.
Auctioned for $10K, alongside 44 other rhinos auctioned separated. All funds went towards the conservation program. SOLD (Private collection in Sydney, Australia)
"Fragility" takes a critical view on how humanity has impacted on the survival of the rhino and other endangered species close to extinction. It portraits the fragile contrast of life and death: On the back of the rhino the visible bones underneath the torn skin symbolise death and extinction, on the front the art-line shows the over-delicate nature of their existence.
I painted two sculptures for the Hello Koala public art trail project in Port Maqcuarie, NSW Australia:
"Radiant Heart" sponsored by ABC Mid North Coast, symbolizes the essence and brightness of Port Macquarie Hastings region using different ray of colours that speak for each of its attributes: relaxing, happy, passionate and natural lifestyle. These rays irradiate like the sun from the koala’s eye and chest: its visionary, fueled and lively heart that is Port Macquarie.
"Starry Soul" sponsored by Discover Magazine, reflects the uniqueness of Port Macquarie Hastings region: the sea and the beach, the frangipanis, the starry night, all elements coming together in a spiritual and natural environment based in the four elements: fire, water, earth and wind. This koala complements with the second koala “Radiant Heart” as it represents night time.
In September 2014, the Port Macquarie Hastings region will be populated with a number of large-scale animal sculptures, manufactured in fibreglass and hand painted by celebrity artists, professional artists and community groups.
Hello Koala is a bold, ambitious and imaginative sculpture project, which celebrates one of Australia’s iconic animals – the Koala. Above all, it is designed to generate a sense of fun and surprise for everyone who comes across one of the creatively decorated koalas resting in parkland, lazing by the beach, waiting outside the shops, or playing with school kids.
The Hello Koala project is inspired by the highly successful Larkin With Toads public art project in Hull UK in 2010 and has been conceived by Arts and Health Australia.
For more information about the project go to: