Persi Narvaez is an international artist born in Lima, Peru. He graduated with the silver metal in 1995 from National School of Fine Art in Lima.
His inspiration comes from the pre-Incas cultures and the divine and mystic of the universe. He connect the mystical and spiritual world with everyday life, urban scenes blend with explosive color, mandalas, sacred geometry, the four elements and harmony creating a vital atmosphere where intersect the past and present, the traditional and contemporary creating a unique composition.
He has many awards like First prize “ San Cristobal” from The White House in Lima, Peru in 2010. First Prize “ Jhonnie Walker” (Lima, Peru) in 2010, II Prize at the “ 77 Regional Show” at The Fitchburg Art Museum, USA in 2012. He has participate in numerous international shows in Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Belgium, Hong Kong, China and in different states of the USA.
His paintings and sculptures are in private and public collection around the world and his monumental sculptures and murals are found in many international cities and parks, like in Sumter SC, in Lowell MA, Fitchburg MA, Boston MA, and Rutland VT amount others. He has been publishing in art magazines in Lima, Hong Kong and USA (South Caroline, California, Boston and New York).