The term “jazzy” reflects very well the concept of these paintings. Its literal translation is “flashy”, or “syncopated” when talking about music. Some customers told me they found these paintings “jazzy”, and I decided to adopt this term for its freshness and simplicity. “Jazzy” is pure expression embodied in bright colour compositions. A nonsense full of harmonic forms. They are my most personal artworks and my most original technique because it combines gestures, strokes and splashes making my artistic language different from any other. The base used for these works is high-quality, heavy-weight, coarse grained paper, and mixed media since I use acrylic paint and watercolour ink, monotype, and India ink on some occasions. Support size is normally 50cm x 70 cm, although sometimes I can make 100cm x 70cm works and 24cm x 30cm mini-series, too.
I am currently starting to apply this technique in bigger format (over one metre) and in different supports, such as canvas and/or melamine.