Jazzamoart

Jazz.com is delighted to present the vivid and iconoclastic jazz paintings of Jazzamoart. Please note that reproduction or use of these images without the written consent of the copyright holder is strictly prohibited. Inquiries about purchasing or licensing these works can be sent to galleries@jazz.com.

Over 30 years ago, Javier Vazquez changed his name into Jazzamoart, drawing on the words for the three passions in his life: jazz, amor (love) and arte (art). Since then he has created thousands of works of art, the vast majority of them inspired by jazz.

Jazzamoart a visual artist with a rhythmic expressionist language and a very intimate bond to music, mankind's passions and life explosions. His visual improvisations have been dramatically realized in a series of works that capture the spirit of jazz music and people who make it. Jazzamoart is representative of the Mexican painters of the 50s generation and he has built a following with admirers and collectors on a national and international level. Critics have recognized Jazzamoart as a prolific and multidisciplinary artist in constant evolution. Jazzamoart has shown his art work in more than 320 exhibitions in Mexico, USA, Canada, Latin America, Europe and Japan. His artwork is prominently featured in important public and private collections. Jazzmoart has collaborated with diverse publications, curators, and record labels, and has participated in a number of workshops and conferences. He was member of the Art Creators of the National System (CONACULTA) from 1993 until 2000.

Inquiries about purchasing or licensing Jazzamoart's images can be sent to galleries@jazz.com.