Look to the narrative and symbolism.
Allow the story to unfold.
Watch the subtleties and strength of daRosa's work come alive with the force of his convictions.
Ever drawn to the heroic and the struggles of the human condition, daRosa is a student of history, literature and culture.
The size of his work matches his heroic subject matter.
Ecce Homo (Latin for "Behold the Man') uttered by Pontius Pilate at the trial of Christ.
I presume art to be not only a product of intellect but also an imaginative language of symbols.
By concentrating on the human form as the ideal object-symbol, I try to bring my work to a human pathos and make it an activity of consequence.
It's like walking in a desert and suddenly meeting a person with a gourd of water.
Middle English (originally denoting a light dramatic entertainment): from medieval Latin interludium, from inter- ‘between’ + ludus ‘play.’
Miami artist, Eduardo daRosa's, epic series paintings explores the history of slavery in America. Paintings of seminal events in the historic importance to slavery, and black lives matter.