The landscape gives form to a way of seeing that becomes visible in the work. Every artist belongs to a time and a place, Barcelona, Vilanova …. although, as the Mexican poet José Emilio Pacheco said, art has no nationality, it has roots. The artist integrates with those who contemplate, a quiet contemplation, one which, little by little, becomes an emotional reality, a sensitivity transformed into an inner landscape. The landscape, specifically the sea, “the Mediterranean”, becomes a symbolic reality, this is the constant context in my work.
Ramon Puig Cuyàs
I enjoy the risk taking aspect of shifting from theme to theme, and the energy I get from going from medium to medium. I want each piece to possess a spatial energy that compels a viewer to look. I want the images to be universal enough to be compelling.