A vast imaginary landscape with one or more figures in the distance, wondering about their existence, has been a recurrent subject matter in my work. That is why depth is so important to me.
The technique that I use, that consists on applying innumerable coats of translucent acrylic paint between thick coats of resin, is escential to increase the three-dimensional effect of my paintings.
In their journey towards the depth, the eyes of the viewer, together with the eyes of the figures, are interrupted by a thick, foggy atmosphere that prevents them to see much further.
To me that thick foggy atmosphere where we constantly wonder around and are unable to trespass, represents the barrier beyond which lie the answers to those questions that we so frequently pose to ourselves and to the universe, questions about our unknown origins and the meaning of our existence.