3a Parte: Los colores del viernes en Omnia Caelum Studios Valencia

(Obra original de FBC, titulada “EVOLUTION”)

Esta es la tercera parte de mi edición de hoy viernes, 26 de junio de 2020…

Los colores, como sabemos, simbolizan estados anímicos y emociones. Por ejemplo, el azul nos recuerda la fuerza del mar, el transcurso de la vida; el verde la codicia, la envidia y el rojo el fuego de la ira…

En el arte abstracto los colores son parte íntegra de la creación y son los elementos que probablemente le den el significado a la obra. Sin ellos, claro está, se puede hacer un cuadro abstracto pero se tendrían que utilizar otros elementos para transmitir algo que el espectador pueda apreciar.

En fin, digo yo, mi obra es abstracta…hasta cierto punto…pero casi siempre figurativa. El hecho de que no me ajusto a la “realidad” convierte mis cuadros en algo más simbólico o surreal, pero no lo son. Son piezas muy clásicas pero hechas a lo abstracto. Para mi el color es fundamental y lo uso para que se entienda la idea detrás de la composición artística.

Este es el tercer cuadro que pongo hoy en el blog y es el tercer cuadro de la trilogía que voy a presentar en Barcelona comenzando el jueves que viene, día 02 de julio. La agrupación es parte de “JaZzArT” en Valencia pero que ahora será en Barcelona.

Muchísimas gracias por la atención y por visitar el blog. Solo te pido, si te ha gustado, que le des el like y que me sigas si quieres seguir con temas así, de arte y poesía…

Además, te pido tu comentario y te convido a comenzar…o a seguir…una conversación acerca del arte, en términos generales, lo que te gusta o disgusta y para que se extienda, ¿porque no compartes la entrada con tus seguidores?

¡GRACIAS!

13 comments

  1. zita666479 · 14 Days Ago

    This is an amazing piece of art! My eyes went straight to the blue violent

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · 13 Days Ago

      Thank you Zita, I am so glad you liked it!

      • zita666479 · 13 Days Ago

        Do you mind if I repost some of your work, there were some post in the past I really wanted to repost but didnt because it is your work

      • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · 13 Days Ago

        Hello ZIta, no, I do not mid if you would like to re-blog some of my posts at all. Thank you.

      • zita666479 · 13 Days Ago

        Thank you 😄

  2. janetsm · 13 Days Ago

    Beautiful colors. Congratulations on your upcoming exhibit in Barcelona! I hope your work will get lots of exposure there and be received with much enthusiasm.

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · 13 Days Ago

      Thank you Janet, I am looking forward to it although I was a little hesitant due to all that we’ve been through but I think the country is going back to normal now and it may work. All the best and a lovely weekend.

      • janetsm · 12 Days Ago

        Thank you, Francisco. I’m so glad Spain and the rest of Europe is getting back to normal. Sadly, the US is still going in the wrong direction because we have such terrible national leadership — but you already know that, and you need not reply. It’s sad, and it didn’t have to be this way. The NC governor ordered as of 5pm on Friday that everyone over 11 years old must wear a mask indoor and outdoors when around other people. As long as an element of our population see this as an infringement on their rights, things will not improve. I went to physical therapy on Thursday. While I waited to go in, two patients exited and neither of them wore a mask. I confronted the receptionist about my concerns. She said, “It’s company policy. We can only ask patients to wear a mask.” So I told her I was leaving and wouldn’t be back. If a company can require customers to wear shoes, why can’t they require them to wear a mask? It’s exasperating. NC and several other states have gotten so bad that now NY, CT, and NJ require visitors from those states to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. I didn’t mean to get so deeply into this today in my response to your kind reply. We picked blueberries this morning and we’re having a nice, quiet weekend. It’s overcast due to a huge cloud of sand from the Sahara Desert that has made it’s way to the southeastern US. They said on local TV that this happens annually, but I don’t recall ever haring of it before. I’m just going to chalk it up as one more oddity of 2020. And once more, I wish you all the best in Barcelona! At the very least, it will give you a change in scenery! Janet

      • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · 12 Days Ago

        Good Morning Janet…I read your reply last night but it was too late so I wanted to wait until this morning to reply. I understand fully your frustration. We see it here sometimes, although I am happy that it is not often. Some people are willing to comply but here the mask is mandatory outside. In stores now they are just asking you to put that disinfectant gel on your hands before you enter and you must wear your mask. I find it very disturbing to see some people rebelling against the use of the mask. I know that it is uncomfortable and it is hot outside and after a block or two walking through the city it really begins to feel uncomfortable, but I wear it, as long as there are people around. If I find a sidewalk empty of people, I remove it so I can breathe! I am not certain that there would be a second wave, especially in the summer, but I do find that some of the decisions made can contribute to spikes and then those may trigger responses from the government that we may not like, like going back to confinement. Here in Spain, Americans, Russians and Brazilians are banned from entering, but yet, the borders are open to the British and in the UK there were almost as many cases as in the US and with much less population. We fear that the Brits will come with the virus and cause spikes again in the country, but since there are 400.000 Brits with homes here in Spain, the government feels they must let them in…so, I really think that wrong decisions are the way that this pandemic is defined in most countries around the world…In any event, what can we do? It is our responsibility to protect ourselves. Take good care Janet, hope you have a lovely Sunday and that you find a new PT where you feel comfortable going because it is very important for your recuperation and I hope that goes well. All the best,
        Francisco

  3. tiffanyarpdaleo · 12 Days Ago

    I love that your work is both abstract and figurative, Francisco, it is very appealing to my eye! I have always struggled with figurative art, I get too focused on making it perfect. Cheers!

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · 12 Days Ago

      Thank you Tiffany…there’s a lot of abstract in some figurative paintings because in the end we are all abstracts… all the best!

  4. Anna Waldherr · 11 Days Ago

    Thank you for explaining the theory of your art, Francisco. So interesting!

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