Images are windows to an inner world. As such, they act as research tools offering a glimpse on the natural integration of an actual place, incidental perceptions, and personal fantasies and remembrances.
“The Trail of the Sublime” was part of my master’s thesis, which focused on J. M. W. Turner 1802 trip to the Alps.
"Rust" is a selection of color sketches exploring the uniqueness of chromatic contrasts offered by abandoned machinery.
"Sierra de Ramón" is a sample of color sketches that encompasses 5 years of daily record of the mountainous background of Santiago de Chile, intended to explore changes in light and atmosphere.
"Patagonia oaks" is a sample of sketches of this tree species (Nothofagus obliqua), its variation in structure and foliage.
All the graphic records are made in plein air, employing two techniques: graphite on paper and acrylic or oil on cardboard. Each record was completed in an average of 20 to 30 minutes, at most.