Ruben Molina The work of Ruben Molina is the result of an extensive study and research of the great masters... Read More
The work of Ruben Molina is the result of an extensive
study and research of the great masters of painting such as: Rembrandt, Goya
At first he explores all forms, light, strokes, the
sensual of the drawing and the strength of the drama in the painting of each of
It is evident in many of his early works with a
classic, academic style to later be interested in teachers such as: Claude
Monet and Joaquin Sorolla; resulting in a more carefree, freer painting, with
more color and light, even manifested in themes such as landscapes and
seascapes with children.
Finally the masters of contemporary art like Jackson
Pollock draw their attention for freedom and gesturalism and drawing
intuitively without any brush or spatula tool to paint.
Pollock's dripping allows the paint to flow on its own
and speak it without the need for more tools or instruments than the free fall
of the pictorial pigment on the canvas.
In the recent works of ruben molina, two great
pictorial traditions converge: the sensuality of the drawing of the Dutch
school, the impressionism of monet and the radical freedom of Jackson Pollock's
It uses simple subjects such as: horses, flowers,
faces, among others to capture them on the canvas in the manner of the teacher
Jackson Pollock; without brushes, without spatulas only clinging to the free
fall of the painting and letting it speak itself.