“While the heart has desires, imagination conserves illusions”
- René de Chateaubriand
Outside of us is what the world wants to see; however, the most important of each human being is what exists in its interior, what no one can see.
I have named this collection “Interior” because it was born from the need to seek the real essence of my being; reflect in the attitudes, feelings, thoughts, that due to his own nature man lives every day.
Each line, each color, each stroke is an expression that does not need words to be described; it is simply to be imersed in a world of colors and strokes that may transmit to the spectator a message or simply entertain him.
The abstract art of this collection stops justifying the need to represent figuratively and tends to substitute it with an autonomous visual language, blessed with its own meanings, that highlight the strength of color and open up to what is called lyric abstraction or informality.
Each work is a reflection of my feelings, my soul, my imagination. René de Chateaubriand summarizes it better(1768-1848):
“While the heart has desires, imagination conserves illusions”.