Metal against Skin

In 2005, faced with the perspective of an exposition, having, in that precise trance of my life, the opportunity to bring about a coherent group of works; my purpose, intention or common thread , when formulating this stage of my work, has been to bring together a series of works opposed and interrelated by two basic characteristics: On one hand war or assault objects, conclusive or potential aggressors, as have been the bullets or different projectiles, sharp objects, gas cylinders, designed for domestic use but transformed into bombs.
On the other, the living or evocative beings, representing different optics, grades of awareness or meaning, susceptible to be damaged by any of these war, punishment or seduction objects.

CANDELITA
Oil on canvas, 67″ x 43.3″, 2005
WHAT BROUGHT THE RIVER
Oil on canvas, 59″ x 49.2″, 2005
TIBAR
Drawing on paper on MDF, 39.3″ x 27.5″, 2004
COBS
Drawing on paper on MDF, 27.5″ x 39.3″, 2004
NAILS
Oil on canvas, 49.2″ x 59″, 2005
FRIENDLY DIALOGUE
Oil on canvas, 39.4″ x 63.8″, 2005
BIG BROTHER
Oil on canvas, 43.3″ x 67″, 2005
FILIGREE IN BACKLIGTH
Oil on canvas, 49.2″ x 59″, 2005
YOUNGER BROTHER
Oil on canvas, 39.4″ x 63.8″, 2005
GOOSEBERRIES
Drawing on canvas, 59″ x 49.2″, 2004
METAL AND SKIN
Oil on canvas, 39.4″ x 27.5″, 2005
CALIBER 25
Oil on canvas, 66.9″ x 43.3″, 2005
COLOMBIAN CARTRIDGE BELT
Oil on canvas, 39.3″ x 63.8″, 2005
RAINBOW CARTRIDGE BELT
Oil on canvas, 55.1″ x 244.5″, 2005
CARTRIDGE BELT CITY
Oil on canvas, 39.4″ x 65″, 2005
RAINBOW CARTRIDGE BELT (Panel 3)
Oil on canvas, 55.1″ x 37.6″, 2005
RAINBOW CARTRIDGE BELT (Panel 5)
Oil on canvas, 55.1″ x 37.6″, 2005
RAINBOW CARTRIDGE BELT (Panel 1)
Oil on canvas, 55.1″ x 37.6″, 2005