Children look from the portrait as if, far away, there was the sea, with an appearance of salvation. The childish blue of his eyes is fixed in the current, but his way of fleeing is still left.
To see their sea is necessary to close their eyes. They go to the other sea, with an winged loneliness of wise animal. They like to feel fear because they like to feel anything that conveys vitality. And they need more innocence than experience.
They are different. Nature, ironically, has planted herbs that make flowers, strange plants that open up to the light. Your private sea is very simple. It hides everything underneath, as the dog who wants his bone.
Children alone who look from the portrait feel the fantastic excitement of those who belong to a secret world.
Figurative, realist, abstract and conceptualist works