Born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1948, Saul Galavis holds a Bachelor's in Architecture from Universidad Central de Venezuela and a Master's in Urban Development from Cornell University. He got his start in architecture and design working in Caracas and then Barquisimeto. With a keen eye for art and design he was always drawn to sacred geometry. Using these principles in his architectural and design work he wanted to explore the use of sacred geometry in other areas of art. This paved the way for a deeper exploration into sculpture focusing on sacred geometry as fine art.
Saul exhibited his first sculptures in the Ibero-American Art Fairs curated by Magda Arria and the Graphic Gallery. This led to his works being shown throughout the world and solidifying his place as a renowned and recognized artist. Devoted to his craft, he is most happy at his workplace engaging in new ideas and future projects.
Currently his work can be viewed at the Curator’s Voice Art Projects at Little River, Ninoska Huerta Gallery at Coral Gables, Miami Design District Art Space, 53 NE 40 th St and Papillion Gallery, at Coconut Grove. Canvas Gallery, Biscayne Boulevard Miami. Curator’s Art Voice projects, Miami USA
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