My visual language is within the realm of geometric abstraction. This is the perfect milieu in wich I can work with simple forms, without distractions, and in which I can experiment with the pictorial elements that inspire me the most: color, texture, pattern and movement.
I prepare my ideas digitally, an agile process that allows me to create formal structures based on a grid where I can compose an infinite variety of color combinations and sequences. One of my ongoing quests is how to limit these structures and variations, but at the same tome, broaden them, without losing cohesion.
In this search I try to obtain a unique visual language that aspires to be a kind of visual poetry of color “coloreography” because it combines, precisely, color and choreography.
Art will again be the protagonist in San Isidro. From November 18 to 20, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Puertas del Bajo arrives, a free initiative where artists will open their workshops so that visitors can visit their workplaces and discover their works in detail.Read More