My artistic work is based solely on abstraction-oriented painting where I work on shapes and colors bound to my emotional states. My main concern revolves around the principle of pictorial balance which consists of distributing the visual elements in a painting in order to harmonizeits composition and proportions. To achieve this, my paintings are balanced according to their pictorial components thus requiring a constant concern for their visual weight. This term establishes itself in terms of weight (lightness-heaviness) of the shapes (oval-cubic), colors (light-dark) and spaces (lightened-overloaded).
The aspect of dualities between two plastic notions (transparency-opacity, hot-cold, light-dark, lines-masses, thinness-thickness, flat-patterned, circular-geometric shapes) is also present in my work to create what I call «special tensions». These dual relationships complement, with balance, the visual dynamism that builds up before our eyes.
Composed of a heap of masses of different colors and sizes as well as random shapes, my paintings are created mostly with streaks of speed. Working with acrylic paint is an advantage since it dries very quickly and it allows me to camouflage, juxtapose, alter or darken an old color without them mixing together. The conception of my paintings is a process of accumulation and superposition of masses or colored shapes which quickly and instinctively conceive themselves in the postmodern spirit which assumes that the work is built without a pre-established plan, according to its own advances.