“Artists shouldn’t even begin to attempt to paint
until they have adequately gained control of their drawing skills”
Boris Vallejo 


I always looked up to canvases with reverence and a sort of almost religious devotion. I believe that the canvas is the main medium of expression for anyone wanting to take a stab at figurative art…. I improvised something daubing a couple of canvases, but in those attempts there was nothing that measured up to that media so I avoided canvases until 2003, when the urge to paint on canvas became irrepressible. I worked almost a year on a single canvas, experimenting, trying, removing and creating again, the result was interesting and although it was still far from the future KATZ, it contained their fundamental basis.

I later took the time to explore interpretative possibilities with the computer, working times were very long…From that waiting time digital KATZ were born, from which I developed the visual language that I later used on canvas. Between the beginning of 2005 and the beginning of 2007 I created almost 80 works, both digital and on canvas, with a theme and a precise and recognizable language of which I’m proud. Style which I have evolved and which I continue evolving, even with my works on skin.

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