Art has always been a necessity for me. Being able to lose myself in the creative process is more important to me than anything else.
The human figure is a constant presence in my work, emerging from my fascination with the fragility of the human condition.
Over the years my style has evolved using various media including etching, drawing, collage and oil paint. Currently, I have created my own distinctive form of expression with the use of mixed media on panel.
Walls and empty spaces figure as the background of my images. I find my inspiration of these backgrounds in abandoned buildings and on the street. I create my walls using different layers of newsprint, sand and oilpaint, always leaving carefully chosen textlayers visible. My aplication of subdued colours has been inspired by the aged and sun-weathered houses here in the South of Spain.
Once my foundation has been established, I draw my elongated, almost transparent human figures.
In my more recent work, I am introducing two little fat cartoonfigures as a counterbalance to my fragile elongated figures. The juxtaposition of these figures within the environment becomes my statement. I know my work is finished when it moves me in every way.