My paintings are the result of a gradual transition from chaos to order. Everything starts with an unconscious chromatic application. I don’t pretend to create something harmonic from the beginning; conversely, I let myself go with my emotional state, creating an anarchic image where nothing seems to make sense or is coordinated. From this point, I start to apply sanity and coherence, striving to achieve the desired balance. With this idea, I dissolve everything that disturbs me and makes me feel uncomfortable, adding serenity and calm, although preserving some of the remains of the initial chaos, which are integrated transitionally in the calmest spaces of the painting.
I try for my paintings to be a reflection of our lives, where we do irrational actions which generate chaotic situations; then we try to correct the effects to get back to normal, but the irrational actions aren’t resolved completely, as they are necessary for the attainment for the subsequent of harmony and balance.