Art and Radiology ArtworkI 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 CurrentsBecause 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 InfluencesMy 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 RadiologyI 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.