An evident raw energy runs through almost all his paintings. A sense that can be described as primitive. The ritual, the ancestral and the vigour of the manual is always very present in his way of doing things.
The pictorial resources he uses are defined like dots or commas in a poem or like the illegible symbols in a musical score. And from this processual skeleton the planes of colour, the small syntheses, the intentions, the zooms, the figurative approaches and the abstract investigations are formed. The final image may seem anecdotal or almost improvised, but in reality it is based on intuition. In some works this image insinuates the appearance of a vegetable reality treated as a mixture between still life and portrait, in others the heads/faces are positioned as the search for an ideal far removed from human nature.