Felix Dicló was born in the Dominican Republic, where he attended the School of Fine Arts, the National University Pedro Henriquez Ureña (UNPHU) to study Drawing and Colors Techniques, and Institute of Technology and System (TESIS) to study Art and Painting. In 1994 he immigrated in the United States and is residing in Providence, Rhode Island.
Dicló’s artwork explores a world created of colors, light, good artistic techniques, and aesthetic dialogues that remarkably reflects the human conditions.
His pictorial world projects reflections of light that bring us to discover fading images being absorbed by shadows, things as simple as the beauty of the human body, the colored flames that populate New England in autumn, as well as the strong force of the abstract composition.
Dicló’s creative notions, as perceive from his pictorial world, goes far beyond his conditions as an immigrant. His artwork portrays the transformation of his perception of the outside world and his own internal experience captured on canvas, like a giant colored umbrella whose outburst unchains the viewer’s astonishment.
Hispanic- American Visual Artists Project ( HAVAP) Atlanta Georgia.
Member of Colegio Dominicano de Artistas Plásticos (CODAP) [Dominican Association of Plastic Artists].
Member of Asociación Internacional de Artistas Plásticos (A.I.A.P, UNESCO)
[International Association of Plastic Artists, INC. UNESCO, United Nations].
Alliance of Dominican Visual Artists, New York (ADAVA)
Dicló’ represents the Alliance of Dominican Visual Artist, INC. New York (ADAVA)
In Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Studio905 Gallery Midtown Atlanta Georgia, April 15, 2013
Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts, Duluth. Atlanta Georgia 2012
Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts, Valdosta,January 15, 2012 Atlanta Georgia
Abernathy Art Center, Sandy Springs, Atlanta Georgia, Octuber 5, 2012
The Nature of Life Bank RI Turks Head Gallery, 2011
Unibersidad del Magdalena Museum de Santa Marta Colombia, May 11, 2011
Colectivo Novena Metafora, Santander, Colombia, June 8,2011
Celebrating Diversity, Feb 23 to March 13 2010, Attleboro Arts Museum, MA
Center For The Arts Perth Amboy, January 12 to February 28, 2010 New Jersey
Tse Tse Gallery, Colores y Esencia de los Artista Dominicanos, March 20 to April 17, 2009
The Gallery Space at Russ Berrie, Filling our Neighborhood With Color 2009 June 1, to July 31 1150 St Nicholas New York.
Columbian University Gallery, Bronx, NY Art Festival ( UDVARTE I,07) May 28, 2007
Latin American Visual Arts Expo “Distortion” October 2006. Providence, RI
Expo Alternativa City Art Gallery May 27, 2005. Providence, RI
Hispanic Month at Salve Regina University October 6, 2005.
The Latin Connection at Abode May 19, 2005 and at City Arts May 27, 2005.
Gallery LRI April 14, 2005. Providence, RI
Latin American Visual Arts Exposition “Perfidy" 2005. Providence, RI
The Johnson & Whale University 2005.
HDSC Exposition 2004. Providence, RI
The 2004 State Latin American Visual Arts Expo, Prov, RI
“Conexiones a Través del Tiempo”, Rhode Island Foundation, April-June 2003.
Arte Latino City Hall Gallery Providence, RI June29, 2003.
The 2003 State Latin American Visual Arts Expo. Providence, RI
Creative Sol, URI Feinstein Providence, Campus for Hispanic Heritage, July 17, 2003.
The Newport Art Museum, October 2003. RI
New York Casa de la Cultura Arts Expo, May 19, 2003.
RI Latin American Visual Arts Expo, The Atrium Gallery, October 2002 Providence, RI
The Newport Art Museum, October 2002.
Windows to the Sol, Alan Shawn Feinstein, URI Providence Campus, July 2002. Providence, RI
“Somos Latinos/We are Latinos”, inaugural exhibit by Latinos artist of New England at Sol Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island 2000.
Shared Vision, exhibit celebration Black History Month by African American and Latino Artists, Sol Gallery, Providence, RI 2000.
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