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I started painting ideas, emotions, concepts, elaborated with research on the subject matter and on how to plastically express them. My subject matters clearly were derived from objects that retain strong references to the real world expecting to stimulate the thought to come up in controversy. My artwork was an answer to questions from the current social context, from the real world, incubated in my mind and carefully elaborated on canvas. I have selected my visual language from art “ism” like figurative, and abstract as a tools or mechanism to represent my creation, for instance, the only way I found to paint Double Flame (one of my first paintings), which was conceived from La Llama Double, book by Octavio Paz, was mixing figurative + abstract + surrealism. I have expressed my ideas with a map as art, and with iconic first nation symbols for my first solo show “And we Calle it Home”. The land was the subject matter (appropriation and eviction, unfair eviction) and how the land initially designated to agriculture or forest was used for real estate development because of the growing population and city expansion. I worked the second solo show in the same direction. I stated the idea that first nation fingerprinted on their land transcended time and their iconic symbols are represented in the way the streets were built in the City of Vancouver, specifically in the east side.

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