Converging is to become the point where the knowledge of the past and the ideas of the future touch itself to develop into the present.
It is to capture the subtle union of the realism and the abstraction, or telling differently, to find the confortable space between the figurative representation of the reality and its normally abstract execution.
It is to create the dialogue between plasticity and rationality.
It is to mix texture and glaze, the paint brush and the palette knife, light and shadow.
It is to look for the instant to find the continuity.
It is to bind together the pictorial process and feelings.
It is the actions of joining together the elements that apparently contrasted among them, but that fluently conversed when converge.
Figurative, realist, abstract and conceptualist works