The art and painting in my case is a space for personal liberation, where development through the relief that freedom inside my being. Passing by the need to express a variety of feelings, and problems that go beyond what I can express through words. By naming the feelings, such as the need to rebel, to search for identity, or loneliness, I am reduced to the margins that these concepts set to words, in my case the wide painting margins and free of explanations. The process of my painting was first a constant interest search and development of textures and compositional forms that study through the action of painting. Acrylic has been the material which have more developed my work in painting settling down for their plasticity, color mixing facilities and above all fast drying, which at one point was made that has been discovered possibilities for textures through transparencies with different levels of dissolution of the material, and at another point, given its fast drying, the need for duty to act with speed, allowing the development of spontaneity, permitting, that momentum to an important place in my work the expression of the unconscious.My work has always tended towards abstraction. Often started out as a purely abstract painting, but in a moment of the painting process I arose the need to reflect some kind of figuration, usually human bodies, especially male bodies. I was interested and I am still interested in the body and the male anatomy and sexual ambiguity, the search for identity. About one year ago I decided to try to break free of figuration, which is the last thing I've been working, abstract works. There, austerity is a reaction against excess, the consumer society, to advertising, to the bright and information overload. I choose to search for the fortuitous and uncontrollable, contrary to finding a predetermined order, contrary to all. To do this, the ambiguity should be left out, focusing instead simplicity, strength and clarity. I think I'm looking symbols that make sense to me and to others.