Acrylic and ink on paper
Size: 70 W x 100 H cm.
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For me, art is an autotherapy that allows me to know my inner world and work with my emotions.
I often leave these emotions of the present moment to transform, leaving aside the mind and, as does Zen painting, lead me to create portraits of characters from this feeling.
‘Big Eye II’ is part of one of these creations. For me, it represents the emotions that he felt at the time of his creation. It is not created using any photograph, nor has it been raised previously, but is spontaneous and drawn directly in ink, searching the imperfection and error, because this makes it more authentic and, in my opinion, this imperfection gives it more character and transmits the sensations that I wanted to express at that moment from my conscience.
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In my portraits, my references sometimes are photos or my imagination.
I don’t like to make a perfect portrait of the character, I search to capture sensations or emotions that it transmits, which seem more volatile and unimportant, but which are more important for me.
2018, Painting portraits