Untitled Painting by Martín Fernández Alicia

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Painting: Watercolor on Paper.

Essays on love, a set of watercolors through which surface a handful of fragmented instants stroking sensuality and tenderness, looking for those moments lost in banality during day-to-day in order to raise them into superior condition, almost touching Divinity.
Essays on love sails among kisses that get lost in crowded/lonely streets, in characterless offices; stolen kisses that get confused and are scattered in every comer like a plot against Death. These are kisses that do not arrive to anywhere, glances that are going through borderlines and still having Hope, that are hard to find and that caress the sky, that are scant ones in a kind of society runnig fastly for come until Nowhere.
To stop Time. Is it not a desire of everyone? To stop Time and suffocate in that sort of instant that recalls us a battle, that leads us to regions beyond earthly places, that brings us to touch Heaven.


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Martín Fernández Alicia

Spain

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Size: 7.1 W x 10.2 H x 0.4 in

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