Throughout my career, some themes have taken different forms, colors and have been translated into images that denote feelings and sensations, sometimes conflicting or not very easy to define. Because this is our life and this is how the moments we live are. In love, especially, we can go through different stages, from sleep, desire, falling in love, the harmony of daily life or its excessive daily life. That is why I wanted to share with you these dialogues between my works from different creative and vital stages. Here I present a work from 1994 and how the same theme acquires different nuances throughout my life and artistic history:
In this painting from my first pictorial series, I wanted to represent the sensations and feelings that I was experiencing at that time when I was far from my family and suffering from the sometimes evasive love of someone who shared a bed with me at that time, sometimes when he was right.
In this other painting I represent my sensations when living as a couple and like all the evil that happened outside our home, it would stay there, without affecting us.
In this art work I talk about the best and worst moments that are experienced in a gay couple.
Here I talk about how couples somehow have an omen about future relationships. Of loves gone that are still there or of loves that one day may be again.
Sometimes couples must experience separations that make them live their loneliness in the midst of the desire for a reunion that does not always come.
Care is essential in a couple.
Lovers drink their mouths.
The satisfaction of living loved ones is unmatched.