Galería del Cerro (Santiago, Chile – 1988)

The spot of paint runs in the paper, all of the paint stains in it.
Keka’s hand slides over an imaginary outline, evocating figures of unfinished dreams. The protagonist of her paints are everywhere and nowhere at the same time, light and translucent.

Her eyes observes with attention, sometimes worried, another funny, the movement of the shapes, adding pigment, sands, oil colors, trying hazardly, suddenly the expected desire, the colors and the shapes get toghether in poetic phrases.
Keka’s mind clears while her childish inside smiles happy.

Benito Rojo

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