Ready for outdoor sketching!

I am so thankful to my dear friends and family for such amazing Christmas gifts! Finally ready for outdoor sketching 🙂 Preparing the canvas for oil. One more wood glue on top of fabric grounding. On the place 🙂

Art Forms from the Abyss by Ernst Haeckel

Just received an early Christmas gift from my friend Louis Markoya. Art Forms from the Abyss by Ernst Haeckel. I was impressed and inspired by his artworks earlier so it’s a perfect shoot! So much delicacy in shapes and lines, Thank you!

Edges of Mexico life

What was your dream when you were small? One of mine just came true. I watched and read so much about Mayan culture in the past that this ancient people with their unique understanding of the world does not left me indifferent even now. On the contrary, more I know … Continue reading

Mayan Sacred Cenotes

What was your dream when you were small? One of mine just came true. I watched and read so much about Mayan culture in the past that this ancient people with their unique understanding of the world does not left me indifferent even now. On the contrary, more I know … Continue reading

Chichen Itza. Yucatan, Mexico

What was your dream when you were small? One of mine just came true. I watched and read so much about Mayan culture in the past that this ancient people with their unique understanding of the world does not left me indifferent even now. On the contrary, more I know … Continue reading

Immunomedia project

Hi friends, Want to share with you some materials from Immunomedia Project where my artworks were used as a visual references and aid. Presentation about immunology innovation in Bogotá (Colombia) by Alfredo Corell. Lecture in the street invited by the Pecha Kucha movement.

Publication in Peau Magazine

Want to show you guys one more publication of my photo artworks in “Peau” printed magazine. I want to thank the publisher and magazine founder Jene Youtt and of course amazing Czech model Dominika Jandlova for being professionals at their work and nice people outside their job 🙂