What I want to express in my paintings it’s basically free figuration. I try to make an effort each time more consciously, to make these aspects of my work richer. That is why I use new colors, and mixes that result throughout the creative process.
In most of my background paintings, color and different textures produce depth. The point is to allow the eye of the spectator indagate, in a mysterious way, the places of the artwork. The line, the brushstroke and the stain become a free and careless technique.
Each painting has it’s own construction that goes from the vertical form to the horizontal, to the use of scrapers that gives different dimensions. I use big canvas to feel comfortable playing with live colors in one plane. Sometimes I use some blends and pigments that work as a base to give some intensity, this and a layer of new colors in tonalities that together generate harmony, strength and vibration.
My preference for the use of oil is due to the complete control it gives me to fuse warm and cold colors, and, that it allows me to play with colors that generate a visual effect and produce diverse sensations mixed with the figuration once they have been stumped. Acrylic on the other hand, allows me to create textures that cause more organized, geometric and concise figures, not leaving aside the range of every tonality and the sensuality of every color.