I'm Eloy. I've been a New Yorker since age seven, when my family relocated to the Bronx from Ecuador. Currently I maintain a studio in the Hunts Point part of the Bronx. I graduated from Parsons University with a degree in Fine Arts and also one in Education. I also work as a teacher in order to support my artistic endeavors.
Published: June 24, 2014.
Fiction » Classics
Army Buddy is also the story of Sir Shadow, a peaceful militant that has shows under scaffolds throughout the city. Derived at as the occasional poem, artistically through free form and stream of consciousness writing. It includes one new video.
As I was producing composing and writing the nine book series based on my painting; The Broken Skyline and Early Works, I had memories and musings about my life and the process of painting and writing. I decided to combine all those notes and thoughts together and add my own human story.
The artwork is the most recent painting I have done. It represents further investigation into neo-expressionism, my favorite style at the moment. With its askew perspective, acute angles and riotous colors, it serves as backdrop for my New York City in this, a story inspired by our concern for the pollution in our waters.
Art is Dead is an Early Works series 2nd installment, it is a very personal work and has to do with artworks that deal with the subways of New York City, from depictions of fellow passengers to fallen straphangers. Art is Dead also features the explanation of painting through storytelling.
Garbage Bag and his friends are in for a big surprise. Superstorm Sandy is approaching and all the structures and buildings of New York City are sensing it and getting ready for it. The Seaport senses Sandy and tries to warn the others. Garbage Bag sees the Running Bridge. Lamppost and McDonalds embrace. Empire Snake Building succumbs to nature.
Chess Face is inspired mainly by my early paintings of still lives. I was truly trying to master and express all I had learned by this time while exploring my signature as an artist thus creating the first vision of my art.
Legend of the Melting Towers is my second installment in the series The Broken Skyline. The introduction to the Melting Towers occurred in The Broken Skyline. Legend of the Melting Towers expands upon that introduction and introduces new characters as well.
The book I've created is inspired by the paintings I've made over the years and my concern for the ecological challenges and environmental issues facing our world. Also, given my Latin heritage,I've written a few selected passages in Spanish and English.
We Live Inside Maps Parts One and Two are a simple straightforward explanation to a difficult time in New York City. The United States Housing Bubble inspires it, with my artwork as a background. It is an introduction for readers to the bigger story about the Financial Buyout of Wall Street.