29 April 2019

Monday 29th April 2019 – Irish Bay (and the Provence travel)

I spent these Easter in Provence, passing through the windy gorges of the Verdon, and the ocher path in Roussillon where I took several ochres that I will use for painting. Crossing the landscapes of Provence made me enter the heart of the work of Vincent Van Gogh, an artist I have always looked at and whom I have always loved. One of the moments in which I was most excited was walking at night in Arles and suddenly be […]
17 September 2018
2018 Baia 52,5x38,5cm olio su tela

Monday 17th September 2018 – Bay

I remember the feeling of a strong emotion when I saw the shadow of the cliffs in that reflection of water, from above. As well as the game of plans and colors that are created in the rocks of that bay. I’m discovering more and more the colors of the greens and lands of these Irish expanses. I like working on lived experiences, in each one finding that feeling that every time makes me say: “Here is something unique”. It […]
30 July 2018
2018 Baia 10x10cm olio su tela

Monday 30th July 2018 – Irish Bay

In this very small 10x10cm painting I have depicted an Irish Bay. It’s all a play of light and shadow, made of brush strokes and very thin spatula touches. There is a very famous song by Fiorella Mannoia, Sky of Ireland, which I think helps to get into the work when it says that Ireland “drowns you in green and covers you with blue”. In this period I am really drowning in these immense and deep colors. Happy monday and good […]