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Light on Canvas

The name of this series is correlated with the paint technic Oil on Canvas. It was inspired by the great painting masters of the Impressionist movement, this series portrays landscapes and everyday places with a singular light and a graphic in the image that resembles the movement of a brush on the canvas. The print made on Canvas, the traces of light caused by camera movement associated with a low speed together with vivid colors, refer to the paintings of Monet, Degas, and Renoir.


The scenes photographed are just records of what is seen on a daily basis. In this sense, the “seeing” of Impressionism takes on another meaning: it is that of selecting, cutting, modeling according to the scene that is directly observed.


Impressionist artists sought to select printing as an important experience to be valued, and it is this visual experience that I seek to bring with this series.

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