From Madrid, Spain
Based in Aranjuez ( Madrid), Spain
"I have many sources of the inspiration. Mainly Nature and its inexhaustible wonders, the History of Art itself, poetry, human and animal anatomy, memory, dreams.."
A: What brought you into art?
S: My grandfather was an amateur painter and since I was a child there was an interest in the history of painting in my house. By the age of 10, I was already attending a painting academy and at 17 I entered the Faculty of Fine Arts in Madrid.
A: What inspires you the most?
S: I have many sources of the inspiration. Mainly Nature and its inexhaustible wonders, the History of Art itself, poetry, human and animal anatomy, memory, dreams, and beauty in all its manifestations.
A: Do you have any specific rituals while working(creating)?
S: Generally, the results come after long hours in the studio, I usually listen to music or cultural podcasts while I work but sometimes I also need silence.
A: What would you recommend to someone new to art (an artist or just an admirer), what to begin with?
S: I would recommend you enjoy studying in depth the history of Art from absolute curiosity and humility, work a lot in practice and never stop trying to improve.
A: Your top 3 adjectives related to art?
S: Search, freedom, and vision
A: The best angle to look at art is from..?
A: The Perfect phrase to start any conversation about art is:.?
S: Did you take your time to observe it?
A: Must-read books to talk about art (or do we even need them)?
S: Of course, every tool is useful to deepen in the knowledge about Art
A: What would it be if you could change one thing in the art world?
S: I would improve the study of Art at school, the Art history and the practice since childhood
A: Please, share your favorite quote (not necessarily related to art)
S: “Tomorrow our sea will have been vapor”
a verse From Islandward, a poem by Paul Celan