When an element of reality arouses my interest, I approach it to begin copying it from true, repeatedly, and taking the necessary time (weeks, months, years) as constituents become part of my vocabulary of signs. At that point, possessing the structural elements, I can start abstraction, which is what I tend, by character and nature.
This is what happened to the mountain, my landscape par excellence, the one I love, that I see every day and that for culture and tradition belongs to me.
"Mountain in the fog with three U.F.O." s an acrylic paint on thick paper, made in 2005. It belongs to a time when, after spending some time in the mountains copying from the truth, I began working with" the signs and the forms of the mountain " To compose a mental landscape, which vaguely remembers the main theme. It is an abstract landscape in which the structural elements are highlighted in relation to narration.
The reference to ufo in the title is due to three round spots on the painting, made by drip.