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PEYOTE SEED CUT No.3B Painting

Jaime Domínguez

Mexico

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 39.4 W x 70.9 H x 2 D in

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The Peyote seed cut is a metaphor that I apply to represent the idea of what a seed split in half would look like and obviously it is the perfect pretext to implement the overlapped degraded patterns that I use in all my work to replace its architecture or morphology, which takes sense in aesthetic terms since its composition is closely related to all the pieces in the series. Peyote seeds cut B are extracted from pieces from a previous series which are contained in a rectangular blank canvas that frames the seeds and for this new version they jump out of the canvas to claim their own space. Peyote Seed Cut No.3B is a pill shaped piece of canvas measuring 80 cm x 100 cm x 5 cm and is ready to hang. Note: The colors represented in this piece may vary depending on the device from which it is viewed.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:39.4 W x 70.9 H x 2 D in

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My approach to the arts began at the age of six with the study of piano and fine arts. As a teenager I got involved in theater and in that context I discovered scenography and stage production which ended up shaping the worldview of my “artist self.” I studied architecture and for a short time I worked as a set designer and later I found my passion for cultural management, an area in which I discovered my vocation as an administrator, maker, creator, executor, and organizer, which would ultimately serve as a foundation for structuring my career as artist. After years of resistance I returned to the plastic arts and immersed myself in the study of the popular arts of Mexico as well as the analysis of the uses and customs of various indigenous peoples, focusing my interest on the visual aesthetics of their crafts, clothing, as well as its spiritual worldview and its symbolism at the same time that my passion for modern architecture and industrial, textile, furniture and automotive design gave life to a peculiar way of seeing art. My work is the reflection of all the above, it is the encounter of possibilities, the consequence of my desire to amalgamate concepts and styles that are often antagonistic to each other and of my interest in everything that does not have to be explained but rather felt, it is the encounter of the indigenous with the modern, the ancestral and the present, the abstract imagination with spatial formality, they are the celebration of my own meaning of being myself.

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