I am a visual artist. My work has a lot to do with emotions, changes, memory, ruptures, and the interpretation of my environment. I work from the fracture of the form in space and the use of color as an expressive resource.
My artistic evolution goes from gestural painting of spots and colors to my digital work, through the integration of photography as a reference to capture images of the everyday, the urban landscape and nature.
I draw, paint, photograph, transform. Sometimes an idea leads to an image and other times a new image can emerge that modifies the work. In this process I discover the freedom to express what I propose.
I use the concept of fracture to break down and transform but at the same time I am creating a composition in harmony of lines, producing a chromatic burst. It's like putting together the pieces of a puzzle in bold and vivid colors that I take on as a creative challenge.
In my day to day as an artist in the workshop, different interests arise but the idea is always the same, even though I use different media such as collage, paper sculptures, as well as my digital and pictorial creations. Everything is articulated with the same purpose, the fragmentation of space, shape, and color.
The use of color in my work is related to the moment, but the form preserves traces of emotions and memories that help me sustain the experience of color.
It is possible that when creating defense mechanisms are lowered and the unconscious becomes tangible, allowing light to be found in various situations.
What I do is transform and break down the elements to give another reading, since there is an aesthetic need in me to change everything that captures my vision of the environment.I want to transmit and highlight emotions and moods that produce stability, enjoyment or pleasure,
recreating a less gray world; more colorful and open to magic. Based on this idea, I try to make the experience of transforming reality last longer than the moment