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Aligning with the horizon, its layers and stratums, made of water and light, so full of raw knowledge and energies, where our ancestors navigated and learnt to be humans, in order to access higher levels of consciousness and multidimensionality. Print on
ABOUT THE ARTIST
As a self-taught artist, I’ve learned to explore my creativity in a variety of ways.
My primary line of work is the translation into visual compositions of primitive archetypes, and how these help shape the collective unconscious.
All of my processes are inspired by daily spiritual practices and commitment to self-discovery through awareness. My work is the result of an effort to comprehend the deeper meaning of our human existence and transcend the illusions of apparently chaotic and random manifestations of life.
The freedom derived from mixing a wide variety of materials and techniques allows my research on human evolution to be deepened, developed and expressed.
I share my creative process and the strong opinions that permeate my practice. I develop my understanding of how the creative process informs not only our work, but also, and most importantly, our views and opinions.
I create minimal, vibrant artworks for bold, passionate collectors with modern spaces.
My work is said to be deep, intense, and full of meaning.
AWARDS & EXHIBITIONS
2021: “A Generous Space”, Hastings Contemporary, Hastings, UK
2021: “Door to Door”, Lite Haus Galerie, Berlin, Germany (postponed – June 2022)
2021: “The Garden of Loss & Triumph”, NDSM Fuse, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (postponed – June 2022)
2021: “The Garden of Loss & Triumph”, No Vacancy Gallery – Melbourne, Australia
2021: “NFTsART ¿Criptoarte ético? Impulsando la transformación social desde la digital” – online exhibition of digital works curated by Marisol Salanova for Arteinformado – Spain
2019: Honorable mention – Art Olympia, International Juried Art Competition – Tokyo, Japan
2019: “Lo que el tiempo se llevó”, installation – Puertas Film Fest 2019, Asturias, Spain.
2018: MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art, NYC: ATLANTIS I, acrylic and oil on paper, 2017, takes part in the digital exhibition “In the Studio: Art by MoMA’s Online Learning Community”, on display on the Cullman Education and Research Building of The Museum of Modern Art, NYC
2017: ETHOS I, linocut and chine-collé, 2016, is selected in the national printmaking contest ” XVII Certamen de Grabado Nacional José Caballero”, held by the city of Las Rozas, Spain. The selected piece is exhibited in a group exhibition in February 2017
2016: SKYSCRAPERS IV, raw wool felt on wood panel, 2016, is selected in the international contest “XLVII CNAL Certamen Nacional de Arte de Luarca”, held by the city of Luarca, Spain. The selected piece is exhibited in a touring group exhibition in several cities in the region of Asturias, Spain, from January 2017 to December 2017
2015: UNTITLED, linocut and chine-collé, 2015, is selected in the national printmaking contest “Certamen de arte gráfico para Jóvenes Creadores 2014”, held by the National Chalcography and the Spanish Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The selected piece is exhibited in a group exhibition in the Spanish Royal Academy of Fine Arts in October 2015. – Madrid, Spain
2015: PALEO I, linocut and chine-collé, 2014, is selected in the national printmaking contest “XXII PREMIOS NACIONALES DE GRABADO”, held by the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Printmaking. The selected piece is exhibited in a group exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Printmaking in February 2015. – Marbella, Spain.
2014: E-SUNSET, linocut, 2014 is selected in the national printmaking contest “Certamen de arte gráfico para Jóvenes Creadores 2014”, held by the the National Chalcography and the Spanish Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The selected piece is exhibited in a group exhibition in the Spanish Royal Academy of Fine Arts in October 2014. – Madrid, Spain
ABOUT THE PICTURALIST
The Picturalist offers a curated wall art collection featuring International emerging artists from a wide range of artistic backgrounds. Interior designers work is very much intertwined with that of fine artists. Complete your design projects with the perfect artwork, requesting custom sizes, customized colors and your own choice of frames. Send us an email at [email protected]
|Archival Art Prints||Often referred to as a “Giclée”, the Archival Art Print is the optimal choice for clients who want exceptional image quality and long-term stability. Extensive independent testing has shown that this type of print will last 100+ years without noticeable c|
|Sustainability||When it comes to environmentally-friendly, handmade papers lead the pack. All our handmade papers are tree and chemical-free with every aspect of the paper-making process being done by hand. Compared to a conventional paper mill, the handmade paper manuf|
|We use high quality papers||Our sustainable 100% Cotton Rag paper sourced at Hahnemühle and Legion Papers|
|Excellent Image Definition||Extremely fine pigment-based inks, that blend visually to create beautiful images|
|Frames mounted recessed with matching spacers|
|Textured Thick Mats||We offer a choice of pure white, off-white, linen or black mats|
|Choice of Frames||We use only wood mouldings from sustainable sources|
|Acrylic Glass||Premium unbreakable lightweight acrylic glass with UV protection.|
|Hanging System||We use french cleats for easy hanging that always stay straight|
|Fast Shipping||We usually ship in 4-7 days|
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