New exhibition in GTO, Mexico!



Currently I'm helding an exhibition in Guanajuato, mexico, at the " Hosteria" a renowed gallery where 8 of my works are

being showed to the public for 3weeks. The subjects are pretty much the colours, the trip of a woman that tries to find herself

her place in her life.





My last piece of work depicts a woman laying against a chair...holding on to something, in wich she creates her own world, her own reality.

In life, we also do the same, we create our owns realities where to live, what to do, what to dream..My worlds are created based on those feelings, and those emotions.

This painting reflects my vision  on those worlds.



O Almocreve

 Since I've met Luis Campos, a great cumplicity happened between us. Because we are both artists, at our own way, because we have different ways to see life, and because we could both work together in different projects.

When I first heard about the "O Almocreve" I was attracted to the way it was written, the main character was in fact very appealing.Then the book came to my hands and I had the privilege to be the first to read it.The reading went on and on, and I was more and more imagining how it would be to be in Barry Brown's shoes.

Then the opportunity came where I was asked to draw the covers to the book. I was thrilled! Being almost finished with it, I could feel and see things the way he did (Barry Brown). So I thought about  lines and white sketches for the cover..Minimalist they say. It can be. But it shows the true essence of an "Almocreve", where he brings feelings and emotions to the people he visits and touches.


Thank you Luís Campos for the privilege to  be part of it!.




"Abraçando Lisboa"

"Abraçando Lisboa" 120x100 cms
My latest work.powerful, depicts a woman being embraced with her city , Lisbon.The streets come out of her,  and she feels the sounds of " Fado" nearby.
her reality is being surrounded by her past..and I am her. before in Lisbon, now in a distant land, but always feeling it inside...My city, the streets, the river, the air.


"Annalisa on the Chess"

Annalisa is a girl from Italy, who I've met a few years ago in Amsterdam.Even thought I have never seen her again after she departed from the Netherlands we continued at some point maintaing contact and because she likes what I paint she comissioned me a painting where she's lying on the beach.

When I paint I always try to get information from people, so my paintings have always a meaning, a deeper meaning, and that usually works better when I know the person and/or I already know what I want to paint and have the drawing in my head.

With this painting, I had to follow different pictures and try to see the meaning of "Annalisa".

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