An imaginary land full of wonders and magic. That place that “Once upon a time…” we used to visit as kids though our stories and imagination. A place that we should all visit more often, specially as an adult. Like Mencious said “A great man is he who has not lost the heart of a child.”
These are maps of imaginary lands and oceans, those who describe our wishes and fantasies. Each patch of color splashes the surface with movements and textures and like in an abstract painting, these patterns are guided by the emotions rather than rationalism.
The need of creating and abstract work from a figurative form (animal eraser), expresses the duality of reality and the ability inhabit in us of experiencing the world we believe we are in through our conditional perception of reality.