Quinones blends Pop Art and Photorealism together capturing the minuscule bubbles with the aid of a camera as a fleeting moment in time. The metallic surface adds to the reality of this acrylic painting. 52" diameter $15000.
One can almost feel the stretching of the saran wrap that generates stress over the surface while the bunch of grapes on top of the plastic extends beyond the plane in this circular acrylic painting. 52" diameter $15000.
This oil painting is rich in color with beautiful reflections and interesting transparencies that add to the depth of the overlapping forms. In contrast, the metallic container catches your attention with the rippled repetitive circles of the inner can surface. 52" diameter $15000.
Quinones blends Photorealism with Pop Art to produce this nostalgic look at iconic bubblegum from long ago. Boldly colored gumballs are juxtaposed with shadows on the picture surface, creating an illusion of dimensional depth. $15000.
In this oil painting, Quinones was fascinated with the rippled surface of the can and recognized the iconic symbol of Campbells in the Pop Art culture. He interpreted the shaped Photorealistic image by blending it with Pop Art to create this interesting rendition. $18000.
Quinones concentrates his attention on the effervescent diet pop to illustrate its bubbly qualities floating over the surface of this metallic icon fusing Pop Art and Photorealism together. 52" diameter $15000.
Cans are interesting abstract shapes of twisting, dented and crushed metallic forms. Quinones illustrates his ability in blending Photorealism with Pop Art. $15000.
This painting is filled with movement and rhythm. The organic forms seem to dance and draw your eye around the canvas surface. The saran wrap has wonderful white undulating textures in design that generates interest while the tight areas of saran cause tensions over this oil painting of green peppers. $15000.
Quinones found this pre-crushed object on the street and instinctively responded to its abstract simplistic quality. Like many of his crushed pieces, they were discovered in our urban landscape. Quinones believes that ones mans trash is another man’s art! $12000.
This imaginative rendition of an antiquated game of the past comes alive with color and form. Overlapping spheres create an illusion of space with these unique marbles. $15000.
Quinones paints this amazing shaped canvas illustrating movement and depth. One can almost feel the interior of the ballet slipper $15000.
Quinones captures this nostalgic M&M candy treat creating this amazing circular painting of pure delight. One can almost see the goodness in the intense colorful candy coating while anticipating the chocolate center. 52"diameter $15000.
Quinones illustrates his artistic ability in painting metal in striking colors filled with contrast and beautiful textured indents with reflective qualities. This soda is nostalgic and rarely found outside of Ohio and Pennsylvania and was not as commercially successful as other popular cherry sodas back in the twentieth century. $12000.
Quinones paints this oversized bunch of bananas generating a painting filled with movement and form sitting peacefully in a corning ware pan. Private Collection NFS
This iconic crushed soda can Quinones found in our urban environment turning it into an amazing painting with twisted metallic edges and textural surface. Weisman Foundation Collection NFS
This shaped painting of seven eggs demands your attention by being well balanced while simultaneously looking like they are ready to pop off of the canvas. In contrast the tranquil decorative platter attempts to encircle the eggs with a flowing floral design that moves your eyes around the edges of the surface. Collection of Jose Luis Quinones NFS
Quinones created this amazing painting of a crushed can with metallic twisted surfaces and sharp edges illustrating movement and rhythm in an everyday object. In The Collection of Robert Bledsoe Jr. NFS
Quinones found this old massed produced calendar in an abandoned building. It became the subject matter for this delightful painting. Private Collection NFS
Quinones photographed this old vending machine with a portrait of his wife included in the mirrored surface. Candy at that time was only ten cents a bar! In The Collection of Jose Luis Quinones NFS
Now a thing of the past, this majestic metal fixture is reminiscent of how far technology has come. Quinones adds his adoring wife in the surface reflections. In the Collection of Jose Luis Quinones NFS
The man in the cardboard box is a symbolic rendition of the struggles in life. The rope appears to be encircling the box adding to the dramatic effect. Private Collection NFS