• Initiation in painting between 2001 and 2002
• Informal workshops with:
I have exposed in:
• Cultural café's
• Government organizations
• Independent multidisciplinary spaces
• Street exhibitions.
• Various festivals
I consider myself an eclectic and self-taught artist in the sense that I do not have a formal academic education. As for the techniques that I have developed and adopted are the result of participating in various free workshops with figurative and abstract painters, but above all, the exercise of trial and error. The concept or themes of my paintings are mostly literary, addressing philosophical, historical, mythological, etc., often with a focus on questioning the human condition. I try to make my relationship with my works as minimal as possible to achieve objectivity in the idea I want to capture, although I am aware beforehand that this break is impossible, this utopia serves as a reference and starting point in the exercise of my attempt to do art. This requirement demands different technique, material and modus operandi resources in each work. I consider that any material can be used if the conceptual approach is adequate and if it fulfills its aesthetic function, with the condition that it is not perishable and does not corrupt the work partially or totally.