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1000 Windows to Change

Date
2010
Expo:
Galería Guatemala by Fundación G&T Continental - 2010

The planet needs from every one of us to be a window open to change or willing to change everything that is behind of it.

This new series I called “A Thousand Windows to Change” because it arises from the emotional impact I personally feel about Climate Changes and Social Changes which is currently experiencing our planet Earth. The aim of this exhibition is to share my artistic vision on these natural and anthropogenic factors that affect us all.

We can continue trying to deceive ourselves that nothing is happening, but that’s not true, we must begin to act, we are still in time; we are destroying the planet, we must all act, open our windows no matter the color, size, shape, that’s what I attempt to reflect in my painting about “A Thousand Windows to Change.” We must open our window with an attitude of spiritual, social and conscious change. The planet needs from every one of us to be a window open to change or willing to change everything that is behind of it. Because all of the windows share a single truth “the truth of what is there”.

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A Breath from Pollution

Acrylic on canvas - 57 x 55"

A Thousand Windows to Change

Acrylic on canvas - 40 x 60"

Deforestation

Acrylic and sand on canvas - 40 x 40"

Fires

Oil on canvas - 36 x 62"

Global Warming

Acrylic on canvas - 40 x 60"

Ode to Life in Blue

Acrylic and ink on canvas - 40 x 40"

Oil Spill Contamination

Acrylic and sand on canvas - 60 x 40"

Plastic Soup

Acrylic and recycled paper on canvas - 40 x 60"

Sea Level Rise

Acrylic on canvas - 60 x 40"

The Imbalance of the CO2

Mixed media on canvas - 40 x 40"

The Planet is Suffering

Acrylic on canvas - 20 x 20"

The Red Fury of Nature

Acrylic on canvas - 57 x 55"

The Spiritual Way of Life

Acrylic, gold and aluminium on canvas - 40 x 40"

The Truth of What is There

Acrylic and ink on canvas - 40 x 40"

Urban Marginality

Acrylic and ink on canvas - 40 x 40"

Urban Overcrowding

Acrylic and sand, and plaster - 58 x 58"