I have been working for 25 years (1982) either with paintings or sculptures. I began making wood engraving and afterwards I learned the various techniques, specially the sculpture using cement and oil on screen. Despite being much different in the way of expressing, I feel very comfortable at both of them.
I have recently begun trying digital arts, directly made through softwares on a microcomputer. I consider it significantly similar to the traditional painting techniques. On several occasions, it seems to me that a digital painting was made with brush and ink, for instance. I am not either a traditional or an apocalyptical admirer. I believe that the traditional techniques shall live together with the new digital techniques, as it appears to have happened since always on the history of arts.
My activity is all of it based on how do I imagine and feel the human being. I am not able to work upon order, unless such order consists of total freedom. I am not able to dream of other people’s dreams. And, besides my paintings seem to say the opposite, I do not make social denouncement art. I define the work I make as a result of shaken imagination, that is, as the consequence of the attention I pay to the images flow passing by, emotionally dyed by the human tragedy, poverty and work....