I am interested in communicating. I started in art precisely because I did not know the words to express so many things I had to say, although what I generally want to say transcends the physical plane.
My current work focuses even more on the intangible, proposing intersectionality and transdisciplinarity that allows me to expand the languages with which to communicate, apart from the pictorial realism with which my works are recognized. However, I work around figuration, because in my definition of the invisible, the visible is the limit that makes a work not infinite.
I pretend that those who enter the exhibition halls are not themselves when they leave. Although my profession is a work of art, I consider my work as a social work. I seek that the messages around which I work have a humanistic, spiritual quality, in order to provoke introspection, promote a process of change, although very subtle, on some level of existence.
My inspiration is internal, but motivated by society. It is important for me to respond to a reality of the moment. It inspires me to know that, in some way, with art I can transform people's lives.