Touch Flower


Nature floats between flowers and rocks, with wind and light that unite the ephemeral youth of the former with the sacred eternity of the latter.
And it is these same ties that narrow the gap between the two in Touch Flower: Harmonic contrast between petrified life and moving life, life in both cases, times that coexist.
On a sober basis of black clay, like the dark touchstone capable of determining the purity of the materials, this technique starts from an essential simplicity that imitates the patient solidity of the rocks achieving to reflect the gradual evolution so characteristic of these in their textures including a range of textile appearance, whose image is suddenly driven by the emergence of the color—inspired in Joan Miró— spiral of living contrasts that ascends vertically to reach the zenith of nature, which meets in the perfect and fragile beauty of flowers.