Carlos Quintana

When Carlos Quintana prepares to paint something strange happens in his mind. He enters a meditative state to go around himself until he reaches a state of ecstasy. With this he reaches a different place where a misdeed becomes, as if by magic, a masterpiece. However, magic is only part of the process.
 
He creates on gigantic surfaces, and does not hesitate to turn his canvases around to allow the painting to water in new directions. The with his hands. Dilute the colors with turpentine or her own saliva.  The characters in his paintings often have an Asian air, which is surprising.
 
Quintana has been to China twice in his life, the last time on the occasion of a major solo exhibition during the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. However, he painted Buddhas and Samurai long before he set foot in the Far East. His interest in Eastern culture is evident not only in the piece in Maxima Gallery-Studio, but also in part of his work.

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When Carlos Quintana prepares to paint something strange happens in his mind. He enters a meditative state to go around himself until he reaches a state of ecstasy. With this he reaches a different place where a misdeed becomes, as if by magic, a masterpiece. However, magic is only part of the process.
 
He creates on gigantic surfaces, and does not hesitate to turn his canvases around to allow the painting to water in new directions. The with his hands. Dilute the colors with turpentine or her own saliva.  The characters in his paintings often have an Asian air, which is surprising.
 
Quintana has been to China twice in his life, the last time on the occasion of a major solo exhibition during the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. However, he painted Buddhas and Samurai long before he set foot in the Far East. His interest in Eastern culture is evident not only in the piece in Maxima Gallery-Studio, but also in part of his work.