With a palette of colors that recalls the impressionist, but with a more expressive stroke and a special taste to illuminate these summer scenes, the painter offers an enigmatic cartography of its imagined metropolis.
A place where he becomes a “voyeur” and can observe with discretion, from where he portrays, without questioning or disturbing, random models that walk quietly.
At the same time, he zooms in on his work [life in the public space is a recurring theme of his oils on wood] and focuses, more and more, on highlighting the female figure within this slow time.
They are tourists who are discovering a city, fixing the gaze on all the details where the habitual, hurried passers-by, would never repair. Only the artist, who transgresses the commonly accepted norm of the portrait and turns the figure renounces the face, knows and can reveal the mystery: Where all these
Women in a hurry?
Aina Mercader, Art Criticism