Vuelta a España | Rider in Red

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My homage to Spain.

Like the colorful, whacky paintings of the great artists Picasso and Miró, I give you my “Mikecasso!” Okay I’m pushing the limit here but I’m trying to have some fun with this crazy, wild sport of cycling I love so much.

I don’t usually bust out the paints to create my Cycling Art Prints but this concept called for an all out attack on the hardboard. I must admit I did have fun sliding the paint around on the masonite to create this latest image.

I hope you enjoy it, and please don’t take it too seriously, I certainly don’t want to hear about how I’m slamming the great ones, I’m just having fun here and imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Plus it would probably look cool in your house or office and people might think you really like art not just bikes.

 

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To see more detail images or to purchase this Cycling Art Print click here: Vuelta Rider in Red

 

 

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Michael Valenti is "The Veloist" - He is an avid cyclist and artist known for his Cycling Art work. Each year Michael chases the Pro Peloton at the Tour de France and other major cycling events. He is available for event and corporate cycling related projects as well as personal commissions for art.

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