We left behind the harsh winter and our friend Marcel Aragonés, completing the annual seasonal cycle with the arrival of… spring !. We make the change of wardrobe with detail and delicacy, because Josune García, our artist for this period of halftime, continues to bring the same strength in her strokes and the same passion to her painting. Self-taught artist confesses that, with maturity, she has been releasing ballast by making herself.
Josune bases his painting on the liberation of his mind and his stroke. Its intention is to show sensations and generate emotional outbreaks in the observer through contrasts. His works surprise us with the intelligent use of color, sometimes dotted with golden flashes that add personality to the work and break up the composition. Many of his canvases, brimming with floral shapes, are bathed in deliberate drips of grunge airs, which generate restlessness, but bring balance to the theme of the painting.
Drawing with my father is the part of my childhood that I remember most fondly.
I always felt like a freak, and that was the way to delve into my personal and unshakable world. But it was not until 2003, during my stay in London, that I began to experiment with abstraction.
Right and wrong had no place in their educational system and the infinity of stimuli that I received from my environment encouraged me to discover myself through this medium.
I spent years searching for the success that had been instilled in me socially, and when I did, I could see how unhappy you can become when you walk away from your soul.
In 2016, I left “corporate success” behind and I threw myself into experimentation.
In painting I find refuge and escape from a hyper rational mind.
It is in that state of grace that I create and observe the emotions that I capture on canvas, paper or board.
Color and movement are my balm.
A spontaneous and free creative process that allows me to flow to places where painting wants to take me.