As a toddler, Mario was already learning how to paint from his father. Guillermo Acevedo had a bustling arts studio in Lima, and he brought Mario to work with him daily, teaching him perspective, shading, how to mix colors, and eventually how to operate a successful business. Mario’s canvas and panel works include portraits, socio-political/historical commentary, eco-healing art, and cosmic surrealism. He was most recently featured at the Oceanside Museum of Art “100 Artists, 100 Years” exhibit, and continues to paint, curate, collaborate, and teach.
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