My work gives the viewer exuberant joy, color and movement. My greatest desire is that when the viewer is put in front of my paintings have the impression of picking up the exotic flavor of the South American tropics, shown across the wings of butterflies, hummingbirds and peacocks, because my country, Colombia, has over 250,000 species of multicolored butterflies, becoming the first creditor in this category. These birds and insects are recreated in atmospheres of sunrises, blue days, evenings and nights full of charm. I've always wanted to communicate with my work, picking up the words of Eugene de la Croix: "The greatest merit of a painting is to be a feast for the eyes." In conclusion, gift in each canvas delusions of light, heat and fire for the senses. Another facet of my capture on canvas is what I raise works of literature. I am convinced that literature is composed of countless pieces of silver work in these times that the general public is not given the opportunity to meet, that is why I am trying to encourage to embark on the journey of wonderful books through another beautiful language shown in paintings with colors. A mirror image in a mirror, a rainbow in the sky and painted a scene produce an impression in the mind. But in essence are something other than what they seem. Look hard and you'll see in a painting an illusion, the dream of a magician.
Exhibition "Deep Ecology" July 31st 2015 /"Ecologías Profundas"
LBGTI Human Rights / Rostros de Eva
Exhibition at Comfenalco sites 2012 - 2013
XVII Bienal Sept 24 2012
Installation at Centro Colombo Americano Medellín July - August 2012
"Emociones" Exhibition at Centro Colombo Americano Medellin in 65th anniversary
I have many dreams, I like that. And I will do them gradually
Ioy, color and movement <3. Thanks!The paintings are very beautiful
Wow... Amazing works. What astonished me the most was the detailing of these paintings. Even the smallest of the details are very well drawn and highlighted. And there is nothing to be confused about these works apart from the other so called fine art works.