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Painting: Oil, Resin on Aluminium.
Author: William Marquina
Title: Poltergeist II Republic. Wake.
Media (materials): Oil, drawing and polyester resin for light reflection on aluminum plate
Dimensions: 32” x 48” (81 cm x 122 cm)
Keywords: paint, awakening, time, birth, rebirth, shine, shiny, metal, aluminum, Richard Phillips, Anselm Kiefer, Cy Twombly.
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Description: In this painting the subject is the phenomenon of daily resuscitation that humans do. In the wake begins a new stage, it's like a new reboot of life and we should be surprised by their character over time. Life as a necessity of awakening, a being born daily astonishingly unmatched life to other living beings because our attributes we thought the quality of the start in time, to look at life as the new venture. My techniques are often mixed, here I use the oil and resin as me help shape the color with realistic textures on the drawing (self-portrait). This procedure I call drawing by light reflection where the light is the raw material of the drawing is a technique where I apply light and shadow roughened by friction on a flat aluminum; lights and shadows are consciously altered in favor of changes in the value of gray in the figure. This technique have advantage from a need for a language to symbolize, express and abstracting my concept of time.
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