Painting is the expression of my emotions, feelings and perception of the world around me.
I try to connect with my fellow men by taking them through imagination and daydreaming.
I draw from mythology or history to find the story.
I take my models from advertising, comics or even manga.
When I paint landscapes I interpret the images stored in my memory, from previous visual impressions, never landscapes identifiable with reality but pure abstraction.
I have gone through different tendencies, experimenting from abstraction to landscape, from realism to landscape and again to abstraction, as a pendular evolution that involves me in a dynamic of constant movement.
I studied at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, now the Faculty of Fine Arts, and learned everything about the profession from the best teachers.
I have co-directed a studio and taught as a teacher.
I have exhibited in different areas and have focused on private and commissioned sales.
During more than 30 years of career, I have painted recurrently in various itinerant workflows, recurrently reopening creative processes out of true passion.
Painting is the expression of my emotions, feelings and perception of the world around me. I seek to generate an understandable language that connects with the resources available in most people’s imagination.