Yolanda Carbayo is a Madrid-based artist whose work is characterized by its simplicity and clarity. She holds a degree in Fine Arts with a specialization in restoration from the Complutense University of Madrid and has worked as a restorer for National Heritage.
Carbayo has a versatile skill set that includes traditional analog techniques such as pastel, oil, and acrylic, as well as digital techniques. Her style defies genre boundaries, resulting in creations that are both straightforward and impactful.
Her painting technique navigates the space between figuration and abstraction, with geometry often serving as a connecting thread. Carbayo's work focuses on the purity of line in drawing, the balance of compositions, and the harmony of forms.
Her inspiration comes from various sources, with traditional art pieces in museums being a significant influence. She makes these pieces her own by incorporating asymmetrical and organic lines, as well as geometry, into solid and uniform shapes.