He is an art professor at a high school and he specialized in oil painting at the University. Currently, he has approached experimenting with acrylic color by transfer-ring the technique and experience of oil color to this new painting medium.
My intention is to create works that can be appreciated by human senses. Not only through sight then, but also through touch - perceiving for example the texture of the material - and, depending on the person, taste, smell and hearing can also be perceived.
I would also like to explore the myriad possibilities of painting. In this sense, de-pending on the way a work is painted, it is possible to create depth and visual illusion or, by piling paint on, it is possible to express a certain three-dimensionality on the canvas, a medium that is normally characterized by two-dimensionality.
Brushes, knives, spatulas and the human body itself thus come to the aid of creating a work of art that is a testimony of a person, a testimony of human existence. The sense is therefore to paint in order to leave a consistent trace of life and of the invisible sensations that it carries with it.