Keudis Sanchz is a Venezuelan multidisciplinary artivist with 12 years of photography experience and 3 and a half years interacting with other art areas such as printmaking, painting, mix-media, sculpture and others. Based in Charlotte, NC. Sanchz lives with his wife and their little dog, Charlotte. Graduated from (CPCC) Central Piedmont Community College in the Visual Arts Program. In 2021-2022, he was part of the fellowship program of DALI (Diamante Arts Leadership Institute) in Raleigh, NC.
His artwork has been exhibited in some cities and places in North Carolina (Charlotte: CPCC Galleries, VAPA center, Queen University, COHOBA, Petras art lounge, International House, Wilmington: Cameron Art Museum, Raleigh: Diamante Arts and Cultural Center and Manhattan: One Art Space Gallery New York City.
He identifies his artwork as experimental, looking for the essence in his visual discourse that can be recognizable as his artistic signature. His themes are focused on humanity, social situations, traditions, culture, and Latin roots. Sanchz presents images that people say they can relate with, through an interior journey in which he exposes emotions and thoughts by means that he uses to present his roots and connections with his background.
Currently he is waiting for the publication of a graphic novel in which he works as an illustrator.
Sanchz presents innovative ideas such as the use audios, Augmented Reality (AR) and animation in his artwork.