ART AND RADIOLOGY ARTWORK

The mutilated and decomposed body intends to provoke an aesthetical impression in the re-creator. The proposed anatomical geometry creates an interaction between the bones, flesh and cavities and they work altogether in a system, an organic one. The size of the piece (medium format) intends to achieve the referred visual impact.
This artwork bases in a radiographic medical study done to a Jane or John Doe, and displays the severity of the procedure. The intervention, as we can appreciate, has an obscure side where pain and temporality discloses.
Prosthesis Study 100
Acrylic, oil, crayon on paper
35 x 42 x 0.1 cm
2003
As an artist, I've always been interested in deformity, eccentricity, abnormality. The work explores this disfigured human body through technologies that expose it. Nevertheless, the topic of the work there's a sensual (erotical?) pose in the character. Technical comment. The support paper of the artwork is from the Italian brand Fabriano, 300 gm / m2.
Head Study 76
Acrylic on paper
35.6 x 48.2 x 0.1 cm
 2018
The artwork is a portrait of an anonymous, sick, genderless character that reveals its tragic and temporary carnal material. The initial source of this work is an MRI, whose acronym, as we may know, stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. I use abstract titles for my work far away from the emotions they arouse in the observer, such as the painter Francis Bacon did (https://www.francis-bacon.com/paintings). But this work could have had another title, “The Indomitable”, referring to a sickness–cancer–or to the nickname that the MRI’s inventor gave to his scanning medical machine.
Head Study 58
Oil on paper
42 x 36 x 0.1 cm
2018
The artwork displays the cranial fossa of Jane or John Doe. This is, the piece exhibits the carnal material of a genderless, anonymous, sick human body.  I based the artwork on radiological coronal “cuts” (front views) medical studies performed on anonymous persons.
Head Study 52
Oil on paper
35.6 x 43.2 x 0.1 cm
 2018
I based this portrait on a coronal view of a Magnetic Resonance Image (MRI). In the artwork, I intend to grab the grotesque beauty of the “cut” in a Jane or John Doe's skull.
Head Study 51
Oil, acrylic on paper
35.6 x 43 x 0.1 cm
2018
Art and Radiology
Head Study 62
Oil on paper
43.2 x 35.6 x 0.1 cm
2018
As an artist, I explore the human body using radiological medical studies done to sick, anonymous and genderless people. I like to call the results of my work as "Human Landscapes". This artwork is a portrait of a person with the aforementioned characteristics.
Head Study 64
Oil, acrylic on paper
48.5 x 49 x 0.1 cm
2018
The artwork reveals a human body in a “static movement”. The disorder of the elements search to create a state of exasperation. The initial source of this work is a radiological medical study done to an unknown person.
Study of a Body 41
Oil, acrylic on paper
69 x 48 x 0.1 cm
2018
The portrait displays the carnal material of a Jane or a John Doe’s cranium.I based this work on several medical radiological studies done to anonymous human bodies. This portrait displays a partial part of the face, such as if the character has an inconclusive presence. The paper's support is from the Italian brand Fabriano, 300 gm / m2.
Head Study 57
Oil on paper
67.7 x 47.5 x 0.2 cm
 2018
"Head Study 59", portrait painted by Veronica Huacuja
Head Study 59
Oil on cardboard
43 x 35 x 0.1 cm
2018
Art and Radiology
Head Study 70
Oil, acrylic on paper
53 x 66.5 x 0.1 cm
2018
Art and Radiology
Heads Study 60
Oil on canvas
120 x 80 x 1.5 cm
2018
Art and Radiology
Head Study 65
Oil, acrylic on paper
43.5 x 25 x 0.1 cm
2018
The portrait displays the carnal material of a Jane or a John Doe's cranium. I based this work on medical radiological studies done to anonymous human bodies. The character's frontal gaze invites the observer to operate with it.
Head Study 56
Oil on paper
35.6 x 43.2 x 0.1 cm
 2018
This artwork is a paraphrase of the internal view of a human living organism that displays its special beauty.
Body Study 50
Digital painting
2020
"Portrait Artwork" from the "Art and Radiology" Collection
Head Study 47
Oil on paper
35.6 x 43.2 x 0.1 cm
2018
This paint intends to reveal the unnatural junction between a human body-with its flesh and bones-and a prosthesis. The surgical penetration has an obscure side that discloses the human conditions (temporality, pain…).
Prosthesis and Spine Study 15
Oil on paper
31 x 23 x 0.1 cm
2018
The artwork explores the interior of a deteriorated human body through technologies that expose the intervention done by a prosthesis.
Prosthesis Study 20
Oil on canvas
120 x 70 x 0.1 cm
2017
Art and Radiology
Prosthesis Study 42
Oil, felt pen on paper 
27.5 x 21.5 x 0.1 cm
2003
Just like some paints exhibit a flying bird among the white clouds, this artwork exposes–with all its drama–a "human landscape", which is an inner sight of a congenital illness that deforms the body. The initial sources of this artwork are diverse X-rays medical studies done to an anonymous person.
Deviation of the Spine Study 7
Oil, acrylic on paper
22.8 x 30.4 x 0.1 cm
2018
Prosthesis Study 38
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 x 4 cm
2018
Art and Radiology
Prosthesis Study 43
Oil, acrylic and marble powder plastilita on canvas
19.8 x 59.9 x 4 cm
1999
My work has a strong influence of the painter Francis Bacon (1909-1992), who used in some of his works X-ray images made to human bodies. I find this initial resource fascinating and, therefore, I search in nowadays medical imaging to capture the interior of the human body. This artwork explores the interior of a deteriorated human body with an unnatural apparatus that intends to make it recover its functions.
Prosthesis Study 41
Oil on paper
27.5 x 21.5 x 0.1 cm
 2019
Fracture Study 5
Oil, crayon on paper
42 x 36 x 0.1 cm
2003
As an artist, the titles I use in each painting seek–like the great painter did, Francis Bacon–, to be referrals far away from the emotion they can arouse in the observer. They are abstract names for abnormal human conditions. “Deviation of the Spine, Study 8” shows the frantic beauty of the inner structure of a sick human body.
Deviation of the Spine Study 8
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 x 1.5 cm
2018
This fiercely image is a close-up of a set of deteriorated human jaws. They could be the remains of an unknown Jane or John Doe on a forensic table.
Jaws Study 8
Oil on paper
35.5 x 43.5 x 0.1 cm
2018
This artwork displays a human torso which–through the tissues, bones and cavities–works like in a system, an organic and a deteriorated one.  The medium close-up of the body invites the observer to have an active role, as to feel, and by this, to provoke in him/her an aesthetical experience.
Torso Study 5
Oil in paper
48 x 36 x 0.1 cm
2018
The initial resource of this artwork is an X-ray medical study which exposes an injured human spine. This piece intends to capture the drama of this tough reality. Another way to describe this severe condition is to make the analogy with a collapsed cathedral.
Lying Spine Study 5
Oil on paper
48 x 36 x 0.1 cm
2018
Eloi Ragot (1), the musician that composed a piece (2) where a heavy breathing, with a hidden violence, goes in and out of the lungs of someone inspired me to create this artwork of a woman called Nathalie. 1 Eloi Ragot. http://www.eloiragot.com/biography/4567098609 2 Eloi Ragot. "Entering the Barn". The Break. S1. 2018.
Nathalie's Breathing
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 x 0.1 cm
2018
The mutilated and decomposed body intends to provoke an aesthetical impression in the re-creator. The proposed anatomical geometry creates an interaction between the bones, flesh and cavities and they work altogether in a system, an organic one. The size of the piece (medium format) intends to achieve the referred visual impact.
Study of a Body 40
Oil on canvas
120 x 70 x 2.5 cm
2018
The Growth of a Tumor Study 5
Oil, acrylic and marble powder and plastilita on canvas
100 x 80 x 2 cm
2018
Skulls Study 7
Oil, acrylic on paper
46 x 28 x 0.1 cm
2018
Art and Radiology
Prosthesis II
Oil, acrylic and marble powder plastilita on canvas
100 x 80 x 4 cm
1999
Art and Radiology
Body Study 42
Oil, acrylic on canvas
92 x 75 x 0.1 cm
2018
Art and Radiology
Spine Study 3
Oil, acrylic and marble powder plastilita on canvas
100 x 80 x 4 cm
2018
 Spine Study 72
Spine Study 72
Oil, acrylic on canvas
124 x 109 x 04 cm
2017
I find medical radiological sources fascinating and I use them in my work seeking to capture the throbbing interior of the human body.These initial sources permit me to recreate tumultuous “Human Landscapes” that I paint trying to achieve in them strength and expressiveness.
Spine Study 18
Oil, crayon on paper
43.1 x 35.5 x 0.1 cm
2018
Study Body 38
Oil and acrylic on paper
35 x 47 x 0.1 cm
2018
Body Study 37
Acrylic, crayon on paper
43 x 35.5 x 0.1 cm
2017
This piece shows the throbbing interior of a deformed, living human organism with its shadows and beams of light. The size of the painting–medium format–intends to achieve a visual impact, an aesthetical experience in the observer, not leaving him/her other possibility but to look.
Deviation of the Spine Study 20
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 x 2 cm
2018
Deviation of the Spine Study 6
Oil, acrylic on canvas
100 x 80 x 2.3 cm
2018
Beauty is in many places. One of these sites is the interior of a human body, a Jane Doe’s or John Doe’s. “Spine Study 2” is an artwork which shows a deteriorated set of tissues and bones. The elements, its colors and shapes seek to achieve beauty, a frantic one.
Spine Study 2
Oil on paper
28 x 33 x 0.1 cm
2018
The Growth of a Tumor Study 4
Oil, acrylic on paper
31 x 23 x 0.1 cm
2018
The initial source of the work is a radiological study made on a sick, genderless human body. The dazzling light of the X-ray study discloses the intimacy of this deteriorated living organism. Such as a landscape exposes the sky, a lake, a tree this “Human Landscape” displays the tumultuous insides of the body.
Spine Study 75
Oil, acrylic, crayon on paper
43.18 x 35.5 x 0.1 cm
 2018
Art and Radiology Artwork
Evangelina's Dipthyc
Oil on paper
50 x 53.8 x 0.1 cm
2020
Jaws Study 5 (Supernumerary)
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 x 2 cm
2018
Prosthesis Study 32
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 x 2 cm
2018
This is Emmeline’s frantic portrait displaying her atrophic tissues that “shine like crazy diamonds”.*  *Pink Floyd. Lyrics to “Shine on you Crazy Diamond.” Wish You Were Here Album, 1975.
Emmeline or Head Study 86
Oil on canvas
130 x 53 x 0.1 cm
2018
arta and Radiology Artwork
Prosthesis Study 11
Oil, acrylic and crayon on paper
42 x 36 x 0.1 cm
2003
This artwork seeks to capture the throbbing interior of the human body with its shadows and beams of light. I seek to grasp the sick, desperate beauty in this human interior exposed by medical imaging.
The Deviation of the Spine Study 5
Oil, acrylic and ink on paper
31 x 23 x 0.1 cm
 2018
"Metastasis" by Veronica Huacuja, "Art and Radiology" Collection
Metastasis
Oil, wax crayon and felt pen on paper
30 x 42 x 01 cm
2003
This artwork intends to be Carla's portrait in moments when she wonders about the frailty of her life.
Carla's Chest Prediction
Oil on paper
48 x 36 x 0.1 cm
2020
This artwork seeks to capture the throbbing interior of the human body with its shadows and beams of light. I seek to grasp the sick, desperate beauty in this human interior exposed by medical imaging.
he Deviation of the Spine Study 5
Oil, acrylic and ink on paper
31 x 23 x 0.1 cm
 2018

Art and Radiology Artwork

I hope you enjoy my visual art gallery: Art and Radiology.  The man and its precarious condition (temporality, loss...) is the central topic of my work. Some initial resources that I use in my work are radiological medical studies done to persons. I like to call the results of my work as “Human Landscapes”. By this I mean to explore the carnal material that we humans are made from.

My Pictorial Currents

Because of the above mentioned, the pictorial currents of my work are figurative and abstract. Sometimes, my work stands right in the middle: it's semi-figurative or else semi-abstract. On the other hand, the media and techniques of my choice are oil, acrylic on canvas or paper in medium and small format (70 square inches up to 8 by 11 inches).

My Art Influences

My artistic influences are Mexican, American and European painters. One strong art influence that I have is Francis Bacon artist, who in some of his works used  X-ray images made to human and animals. 

Art and Radiology 

I find X-rays fascinating as initial art resources, and therefore, I use them to capture the interior of the human body.
In this way, the hip, the rib cage, the skull, the spine, the hands, the heart, and lungs are some organs of the human body that I explore in my pictorial work.

Other activity: Art Coaching Online

I invite you to head over to patreon.com/veronicahuacuja where I explain and describe some of the artwork procedures during the creation process: learning goals, the material that I use to make up the work, my previous thoughts, technical tips, and more. I invite you too to read “Why Become my Patron" section (second button on the right). 

My Art for Sale

Please send me an email if you’re interested in acquiring any original paint or visit singulart.com/en/artist/veronica-huacuja-19273, saatchiart.com/huacujaveronica, mjrgallery.com/veronica-huacuja If you’re interested in getting prints of my artwork, please visit artpal.com/Veronica Fine Art

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