Romero Britto, Botero, and Now Super Buddha Occupy the Prestigious Lincoln Road


Reported by Jeffrey Wright

Internationally renowned artist, Super Buddha, will have his art prominently displayed at Lincoln Road's most prestigious location, with his first ever- Good Fortune Sculpture.

As he is reaching elevated heights of art recognition, he started to dabble in art at a young age with his grandmother providing for him the platform and the knowledge. "I started creating art when I was 4 years old. I remember my grandmother teaching me how to blend colored pencils."  

Super Buddha grew up in China and was heavily influenced by the culture. "Anyhow, the culture really impacted me. So much so, that the whole style is oriental."  

Some of his influences in the creation of his art include: Andy Warhol, Basquiat and Kaws. With this assortment of influences, he categorizes his art as falling within the contemporary art genre. 

Additionally, He has participated in a number of art gallery displays, that are as far ranging as LA to New York. He has also taken part in a number of charities, which include- The Schilas Charity organized by his holiness Pope Francis. 


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