Milton Ayala is best known for his abstract pastel works that are compared to the vejigantes “Monsters” of Puerto Rico, “people see different things in my works, “he has said. “Is not intentional work, but I’m flattered and proud that some of my art is compared to the giants of my homeland.” With its emphasis on faces, his work has been described as a kind of dimensional abstract expressionist painting. While his breakthrough work dates are recent, he has become one of the top emerging international artists.

Selected notable in “Climax: The Best of the Best” 2017. The annual international art competition (Washington, DC), curated by Carolyn Goodridge, Art Impact USA.

Featured in WOTISART (August 2017) Magazine.

Featured in A5 (August & September 2017) Magazine.

Featured in Average Art (August 2017) Magazine.

Selected for “LIGHT OF THE CARIBBEAN”  Juried Art Exhibition. Presented by Art Impact International. June 8-July 8, 2018.

Featured in WOTISART (July 2019) Magazine.

Featured in Contemporary Badass (July 2019) Magazine.

Featured in A5 (July 2019) Magazine.

Selected for “CALIENTE” A Celebration of Caribbean, Latin, and Hispanic American Art. Exhibition, presented by Art Impact International.   August  19 – October 12, 2019.

Featured in Average Art (August 2019) Magazine.

30 page Interview in ARTiculAction Biennial Edition (March 2020-Special edition)

“Somehow, some way I tap in, tune in, turn on the pastels, the brushes, any medium I choose to work with becomes alive. I notice only after I’m done that it looks like something. “