For the most part of my life I've painted geometric abstraction. My artistic work is recognizable because of big geometric pieces of vibrant colors and yes, without a doubt, geometry will always be my comfort zone.
For the last couple of years I've been experimenting with other worlds, such as dripping, action painting.
I'm inspired by abstract expressionism, an artistic movement that stands out because of the fact that you only get one chance to make the stroke, which makes the result spontaneous, informal and loaded with an intense emotional charge ❤️🔥
Both movements are abstract, so I've been studying for some time on how to incorporate them, how to create a dialogue between them without each one loosing their value and protagonism.
Being able to create a connection between the rigor and preciseness of geometry with the savage and unpredictable of expressionism has been my goal for the last year and a half. And after many many tests, trials and errors, I've managed to make it happen! 💫