Julian Guzman (Skript) was one of the first people I met when I moved to Boston two years ago. I knew he had an interest in art, because we always talked about it, but I didn’t know at first that he was an artist himself. I was surprised when I first saw his work. For someone so easy-going and humble, his work is strong, sometimes serious, and always expresses his point of view. Julian has been very busy in the last year, with a solo show at Chorus Gallery, group shows at The Savant Project, The Good Life, Technical Skate Shop, Lab Boston, and live painting at Proletariat.
When I asked him what he’s planning next, he told me he has been using more light hearted subject matter to have fun with his pieces. These are some pictures from a recent visit I made to Julian’s studio to check out some of his new work.
Detail of piece "Colorful Past".
"Colorful Past" Laser etched into Museum Board. 12" x 24".
"The Hopeful Optimist" Laser etched Museum Board. 12" x 24"
"Futures" Krink and Montana on 18" x 18" canvas.
"Futures" Krink and Montana on 18" x 18" canvas