On Exhibit at the Shirlington Branch Library, October – November, 2015
In this exhibit I am showing two different thematic series and a “quadriptych”. The first series is comprised of several expressionist images of Washington D.C. and other U.S. cities. The second series focuses on beer-related themes. Finally, the quadriptych, called “Broken dream”, shows four different images that can be integrated into one feeling, idea or concept.
Uruguayan masters such as Carlos Paez Vilaró and Joaquín Torres García are my sources of inspiration. I work mainly with acrylic and ink on solid bleached board or canvas.
I was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, and base many of my paintings on my travels through Latin America and the United States.
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