Pablo grew up in Andalusia, in the foothills of the Sierra Morena. At the age of 10, his family moved to Barcelona where he discovered an intense cultural life. Nostalgic for his homeland, he began drawing and painting to reproduce the colour schemes and materials he could not find in the city. He joined the "Cercle Artistic de Sant Lluc" and as an adult he turned naturally to the School of Fine Arts. He trained in the technique of etching and held his first exhibitions.
While carrying out different performance art, Pablo experimented with new materials (paper mache, wood, iron). In the late 90s, he embarked on a world tour with his brush in hand. This experience gave birth to his most intense and spontaneous paintings.
He puts on the paper the emotions he feels when in contact with people and places encountered in his travels around the world (Portugal, Germany, Iceland, Holland, Italy, Canada, Cuba, USA, Japan, the Dominican Republic, Taiwan, China ...). At the beginning of the new millenium, he discovered photography and began including it in his painting and engraving work.
Pablo likes to use "clean" materials such as paper that he recycles himself. Painting and collage are his techniques of predilection and he always embeds some type of elements: photos, prints, recycled paper, sand and natural pigments. In this way he then establishes a dialogue between the different elements; each having its own identity as well as blending into a harmonious whole.
Pablo’s works are condensed emotions and experiences from the world around him. Passionate about music, he finds in painting the structure of a classical symphony made of harmonies, rhythms and measures. His paintings are like the walls of a city where graffiti blends together, witnesses of human lives and today’s society.
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