Ricardo Lowenberg is a renowned Mexican Artist influenced by European Impressionism, as well as by Mexican muralists and masters such as Diego Rivera (1886-1957), David Alfaro Siqueiros (1896-1974), Rufino Tamayo (1899-1991) and Frida Kahlo (1907-1954). Lowenberg says: “The decision of being ourselves is difficult, very few of us have succeeded. To experience fearless, is yet more difficult…” His friend and mentor Jose Luis Cuevas (b. 1934) introduced his exhibition at the Centro Cultural Siqueiros in Mexico City. Lowenberg’s artworks are part of collections in Mexico, USA, Europe, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, and Japan. His elegant and sophisticated abstract paintings, made with subtle textures and tones created by lapis lazuli, silver and gold leaves, are powerful, beautifully and exquisitely balanced. This self-taught artist, whose works seldom have been inspired by the surrounding nature and life experiences, is defined as Chameleonic because he enjoys exploration and constant change. His dynamic shapes and spaces are depicted with equilibrated rhythm. Surprising structures and symbolic figurations are characteristic of his work that in the overall transmits happiness, strength, color and life.