This original mixed-media fine artwork is framed in black on acetate. The artist paints on the back so you are viewing the reverse side of the painting, which is a very unique approach.
Dimensions: 8″ x 15″ framed
“I approach each of my works with different plastic materials, with acrylics, oils, natural pigments and on different supports such as acetate sheet, wood, canvas. This allows me an endless investigation, always searching through the lines, the colors, the shapes, the textures … and thus I get a natural and organic plastic expression. I attempt to evoke nature, the desert, the sea, the sunsets and sunrises, which are a constant in my themes. My goal is to provoke in the viewer that sense of strength, gratitude, generosity and abundance, which we experience here in the beautiful and diverse Baja California Sur. The textures of the stones, the sand on the beaches, the shape of the cacti, the bark of the trees, in everything we see there are signs of a much greater design, in which I am like an investigator and chronicler who recounts through painting and plastic media, my passage through time in this fertile land. My paintings range from capturing the essence of primitive man to contemporary expression. For this reason, the materials I use change depending on the moment and the message I want to share.
The series on Artlita includes colors in oil that were painted during the pandemic. It is a plastic work in which the impression of color emerges as the main motive of the story. Nature gives us both joy and life itself. It leads us to search through these materials, techniques and states: such as oil, graffiti and stripes. The result is a salad of colors that stimulate positivity. In the primitivism of the lines, without aesthetic pretensions, you see the total intention of the free and spontaneous line.” – Yandi Monardo