"My paintings are inspired by my own dreams, by music and literature."
"Hello, I'm Jorge Luis López Madero, although as an artist I use only my maternal surname. I was born in Acapulco, close to the sea amid tropical landscapes. Ever since I was a boy, I've liked to draw and my family always encouraged me to do so. I participated in my first art contests while in grade school, winning third place in the state. This motivated me to continue and, with time, I experimented with different techniques such as watercolor and graduated to acrylics. I now work in oils as well. I have never taken art classes and am self-taught, always striving to transmit my feelings through my art. I've participated in several statewide contests.
"My work doesn't permit me to dedicate as much time to my art as I'd like, but this is my greatest desire. My paintings are inspired by my own dreams, by music and literature. Perhaps I don't attempt to change the world with my art, but I do attempt to raise the consciousness of my viewers to reality, good and bad, beautiful and ugly…."
Colorful paths flow together, undulating like vast curtains blown by a cosmic wind. Whirling in a turquoise sky, clouds encircle the distant moon. Dressed like monks, two groups of mysterious... Read More
Emerging from a fiery canvas, a ballerina stands at rest. Her graceful posture seems surrounded by wings that whirr in the crimson light. Isabel Rejtman pays tribute to a classical dancer, capturing... Read More
"Like a fantasy, this painting expresses an intimate sense of harmony where a feminine figure is in symphony with nature," explains David Fernandez. Confessing his admiration for the work of... Read More
The sun and the moon gaze down upon a bizarre scene in this oil painting, with a host of humanoid creatures gathered around a colorful table on a beach. Below them, a strange reptile hides beneath the... Read More