Alive Natures

Once I have overcome my (very common) prejudices on the meaning of the painting of still life, landscapes, natural elements, etc. I have gone into these topics finding universes, to me, unsuspected. I have reached the certainty that everything is alive, that everything vibrates with and as the light. I want my painting to talk about the victory of life despite any appearance. I believe in the eternity of life, therefore, getting back to a very antique struggle among opposites, I have the will to call this stage of my work: Alive Natures.

THE THRESHOLD OF ORCHIDSXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Oil on canvas, 43.3″ x 74.8″, 2012
UNDER THE SHELTER FROM THE ALMIGHTYXXXXXXXXXX
Oil on canvas, 49.2″ x 59″, 2000
THE GRAFTXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Oil on canvas, 38.6″ x 63.4″, 1993
THE CLUSTER XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Oil on canvas, 47.25″ x 47.25″, 1999
BANANA, PASSION FRUIT AND ORANGE PIECES
Oil on canvas, 47.2″ x 47.2″, 1999
GOODBYE WITH INCAN LILIESXXXXXXXX
Oil on canvas, 49.2″ x 49.2″, 1992
DETENTE ZONE
Oil on canvas, 43.3″ x 67″, 1999
FLIRTATION
Oil on canvas, 43.3″ x 67″, 1999
HER AND HIM
Oil on canvas, 43.3″ x 67”, 1999
PAPAYASO
Oil on canvas, 59.1″ x 49.2″, 1999
COBS TO THE WIND
Oil on canvas, 59.1″ x 43.3″, 2000
SWEAT OF THE BROW
Oil on canvas, 47.25″ x 31.5″, 1996
ALIVE NATURE WITH CORNERXXXXXXX
, Drawing on cardboard, 21.7″ x 16.5″, 1991
COBS IN SEARCH OF GOLD
Drawing on cardboard, 17.75″ x 21.6″, 1991
PREPARATIONS FOR A LAST SUPPER
Drawing on cardboard, 16.5″ x 21.7″, 1991
YUCCA PALM
Drawing on paper on MDF, 39.4″ x 27.5″, 2004
THE DREAM OF AN ELEPHANT
Drawing on paper, 19.7″ x 14.55″, 1988XXXXXXXXX
FRAILEJONES
Drawing on paper, 19.7″ x 14.55″, 2004XXXXXXXXX