Argentine artist Martin Ron just worked on a new mural in Colonia Santa Teresa, La Pampa, Argentina. Evoking the community’s tradition and origins, the work “Santa Teresa” was painted to celebrate the 100th year of the town.

In the mural, the hands are the protagonists – symbol of rural work and tribute to “LOS BOLSEROS” that have a lot to do with the foundation and identity of Santa Teresa community.

Always looking for new ideas that defeat traditional art, Martin explores with new colors, combined styles and new concepts that make his art unique, leaving marks that can directly say who the author is.

Born in the province of Buenos Aires, the walls of the streets of Tres de Febrero were the starting point for thinking and developing his art. And then, different neighborhoods of the city of Buenos Aires, other provinces of Argentina, and countries such as England, Spain, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Turkey, Qatar, Russia, Belgium, among others, have also seen his art.

Martin Ron is constantly improving his style, he surprises passers-by with immense works of art on the wall of a building that transports him to a world of fantasy. Martín paints elements of real life and his paintings highlight aspects of the life around him, changing the dirty and gray landscapes into better places.

Take a look below for more photos of the mural.

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