An evolution from Figurative to Abstract
“In the late 1980’s I took a sharp turn toward a more ‘fitting’ plastic realm in order to explore, unhindered by any storytelling, the abstract expressive possibilities of my chromatic and compositional tendencies. I decided to deconstruct my figures by submitting the forms to some synthetic process from which they would reemerge organized in a way that conveys believable moral concepts. I based my hopes on the assumption that form inherently contains the property to reveal some function; therefore, an association of concrete shapes in a chromatic dialogue will end up with an identifiable entity. In this marvelous journey I can see myself nearing a certain appointment with my older style as my figures resurface in a somehow preordained Arcimboldesque resolution”.