C.A.V.E. Gallery is pleased to present “Dark Paradise” – the much anticipated solo exhibition by Gustavo Rimada.
“Dark Paradise” is the gallery’s fourth exhibition with Rimada, and includes 16 new paintings by this gifted artist – whose captivating work, rich in color and symbolism, has attracted the attention of thousands of worldwide fans.
Rimada was born in Torreon, Mexico in 1981, and at the age of 7 moved to Indio, California with his family. His creative skills were recognized early on, and in 2001, he attended the Art Institute of LA in Santa Monica, pursuing a BA in computer animation. While in school, 9/11 occurred and his heart was no longer in animation or school. In 2002, Gustavo joined the US Army, which led him to Alaska. After three years in the service, Gustavo began working in a tattoo shop. Through tattooing, he found his passion for art again.
His commitment towards working as a fine artist led him back to the exploding art scene in Southern California, where he has become one of the more talented and promising emerging artists.