Anthony Padilla is an American painter and sculptor based in Brooklyn. In his recent work, he explores the complexity and chaos of nature. Inspired by Georgia O’Keefe, Henri Rousseau and Wassily Kandinsky, Anthony’s work depicts minimalistic and overwhelming close-ups in the kingdom of nature where flora and fauna are sovereigns. His paintings are forbidden invitations to enter the glorious, yet hazardous, realm of nature in which humanity does not seem to belong. Padilla has had solo and group exhibitions throughout the US. You can find his mural work in midtown New York commissioned by the Hudson Yards Hell’s Kitchen Alliance, as well as in Fort Worth, Texas commissioned by the Trinity Trails Waterway Department. Anthony’s work has also been published in several editions of Artmaze Magazine.