HIERO VEIGA Matted Print 2021
A Piece of Pioneering Artistry: The Hiero Veiga Matted Print 2021
The Hiero Veiga Matted Print 2021 is a gem within the Limited Martha Cooper Matted Print Collection. This 8" x 12" archival pigment print on Epson Enhanced Matte paper exemplifies craftsmanship and artistic prowess. It is an aesthetic marvel, capturing the soul of contemporary art and the essence of Hiero Veiga's unique style.
Authenticity That Speaks Volumes
Each Hiero Veiga Matted Print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Though the prints are unsigned, this certificate affirms their origin and exclusivity, ensuring that you own a bona fide piece of Hiero Veiga's renowned artistic repertoire. This is more than just a print; it's a tangible representation of a creative legacy.
Investment in Timeless Elegance
This print is not merely a decorative piece; it's an investment. Being part of the Limited Martha Cooper Matted Print Collection, it holds significant value in the art world, a value that's likely to appreciate over time. It's a chance to own a piece of art history, an opportunity to experience the emotional and visual impact of Hiero Veiga's work every day.
About the Artist:
Hiero Veiga, or Hiero, grew up in the small boxing town of Brockton, MA and has been spray painting since he was 12 years old. With over 21 years of experience, Hiero has evolved from writing graffiti to curating hyper-realistic pieces ranging from portraits, natural scenery, and psychedelic art.
Hiero’s unique perspective and experience of light and color is reflected in his distinctive compositions. His current personal work style involves abstract backgrounds and kaleidoscopic designs with Groucho glasses, chattering teeth, and rubber ducks.
Hiero has participated in countless mural festivals and collaborated with numerous artists in his community. His most prominent works were done in participation with Pow Wow! Mural Festivals, including a mural displayed in the Bishop Museum in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Hiero is based in Florida, but you can find his work in the streets, businesses, and galleries across the United States, Jamaica, and Canada.