Sculpture is my very first passion and driving force. To be honest, I learnt drawing just in order to better plan and execute my pieces. Please take a look this gallery with a selection of my works.
In case you are wondering: I go for a style I like to call Art Noir, it mainly takes inspiration from graphic works of artists of the early 20th century, such as Alphons Mucha, Gustav Klimt, Edgar Degas and Démetre Chiparus.
Unfortunately these unique works can not be reproduced and are only available until they aren't anymore.
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the dull flame of desire
Inspired by the Björk's song with the same title, this piece explores that low flame burning deep, the desire that turns its host into a beast.
aprox. 60 cm
Epoxy clay, latex, hair, metal, acrylics, wood
Queen of decadence
Inspired by the Schwarz Stein's song with the same title, this piece explores the subjects of inflicting pain and possession.
aprox. 50 cm
Epoxy clay, metal, hair, rope, acrylics, concrete
Seeking a muse is something every romantic artists seeks. However, what to do it a muse, with a subject that is not only peril but certain perdition? This piece deals with the obsession of unattainable and insanity.
aprox. 40 cm
Epoxy clay, metal, hair, lacquer, acrylics, rope, wood
That feeling of closing your eyes and taking a deep breath.
You let go.
aprox. 30 cm
Epoxy clay, metal, acrylics
Here I revisit one of the main pillars sustaining Christianity: The Virgin Mary. This is perhaps one of the most important and most underrated women in the history of western culture, a woman deprived of every piece of identity and stripped down to her womb and its fruit.
aprox. 50 cm
Epoxy clay, metal, silk, hair, lacquer, acrylics, wood
A dancer in the tradition of the chryselephantines so popular at the beginning of the 20th century. The major inspiration for this came from the Romanian sculptor Démetre Chiparus, a wonderfull artists that lacks of the mainstream acknowledgement Mucha's but not of his talent.
aprox. 30 cm
Epoxy clay, acrylics, stoneware
Inspired by Mozart's Requiem, this piece explores the lineage of suffering and pain through the story of humanity. It is an ouroboros made of flesh, eating flesh and becoming flesh. Giving life and taking life.
aprox. 70 cm
Epoxy clay, sugar, hair, metal, acrylics, wood
One of my biggest guilty pleasures has always been Starcraft®. I have to admit that I will never be a pro player, but still I pay tribute to one of the greatest space operas of all times.
aprox. 18 cm
Epoxy clay, metal, acrylics, wood
words to learn to hide
Yes, this is a poncho. But it is more than that. It is wearable art. Break the rules, escape the museums, take the art to the streets. Wear art and carry that art installation everywhere with you.
Metal, fabric, sweat, tears.