GAMURET

Feather Hat (Yellow)

Feather Hat (Raspberry Rouge)

Feather Hat (Apricot)

MAC Hat (Yellow)

Feather Hat (Purple)

Gamuret NYC

Feather Hat (Yellow)
Feather Hat (Yellow)


Edition: Unique
Medium: Spray Paint on Canvas Board
Signature: Signed by Artist on Verso
Unframed Dimensions: 24 x 30 inches
Framed Dimensions: 25.5 x 31.5 inches
Year: 2021

Feather Hat (Raspberry Rouge)
Feather Hat (Raspberry Rouge)


Edition: Unique
Medium: Spray Paint on Canvas Board
Signature: Signed by Artist on Verso
Unframed Dimensions: 16 x 20 inches
Framed Dimensions: 21 x 25 inches
Year: 2021

Feather Hat (Apricot)
Feather Hat (Apricot)


Edition: Unique
Medium: Spray Paint on Canvas Board
Signature: Signed by Artist on Verso
Unframed Dimensions: 16 x 20 inches
Framed Dimensions: 21 x 25 inches
Year: 2021

MAC Hat (Yellow)
MAC Hat (Yellow)


Edition: Unique
Medium: Spray Paint on Canvas Board
Signature: Signed by Artist on Verso
Unframed Dimensions: 16 x 20 inches
Framed Dimensions: 21 x 25 inches
Year: 2021

Feather Hat (Purple)
Feather Hat (Purple)


Edition: Unique
Medium: Spray Paint on Canvas Board
Signature: Signed by Artist on Verso
Unframed Dimensions: 16 x 20 inches
Framed Dimensions: 21 x 25 inches
Year: 2021

Gamuret NYC
Gamuret NYC


Medium: Screenprint
Signature: Signed
Unframed Dimensions: 24 x 13 inches
Framed Dimensions: 31.5 x 20 inches
Series: 1/1
Year: 2021

Biography

Throughout the 90's and early 2000's, Gamuret honed his art skills and style in Seattle. Making posters and fliers for bands from Punk Rock to Country and Westerns, his colorful street art and hand-stenciled T-shirts were noticed by the famous Seattle gallerist Richard Hines. Hines, well known for his groundbreaking exhibitions of American abstract and pop artists like Peter Stella, Andy Warhol, and Keith Haring, was impressed with Gamuret's artistic style and range, and encouraged his transition into working on canvas. This led to his relocating to New York in 2008 where he continued doing personal commissions and artwork for the local music scene. Gamuret began working with DTR Modern Gallery in 2019. His works have been sold by the gallery to the Catbird Restaurant in The National and now numerous private collections around the country.

With an oeuvre ranging from Warhol-esque reimaginations to the dark and macabre (his true bread & butter) his scope is outstanding and unusual and allows for a plethora of iterations within his style & aesthetic as he evolves – one of the most exciting things to watch in an artistic career.