Antonio Pozo had an interest in art from very early age, with any piece of paper ending up in his hands transforming into a colourful, expressive drawing. He enrolled in a private art school in Malaga where he studied until the age of twenty-one. These eleven years of professional training developed his skills and prepared him for a future artistic career. During this period, he regularly had commissions, painting landscapes, marine, nature, and still lifes. He studied and developed his own personal artistic style, characterised by a concise, colourful and positively expressed figurative art. At around the same time, positivity started to become the focal point of his work. Constructing distinctively colourful characters out of situations when he finds himself in some sort of special moment, his painting style is rather personal and unique, modern, though occasionally toned neoclassical, he expects the viewer to appreciate the outcome of his work and continue to enjoy it as it is observed in the same way he did when creating it. Antonio Pozo was selected as one of the top artists by the Huffington Post at the Untitled Artists Fair in London 2014: "Antonio Pozo, a painter from Malaga based in London, exhibited exquisitely crafted portraits. Strongly influenced by German Expressionism and Soft Cubism, his works dissects the human soul with great insight, skill and originality. The sitter starts a dialogue that it is constantly fresh and direct. A rising star to closely be watched"
The Untitled Artists Fair, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London
Le Dame Gallery, Albany street, London