Salvador de Montesinos
Pawling, New York, United States
I am originally from Mexico and have been painting for over 30 years. During this time, I have worked on developing my own technique, called Vectorism in Relief, which involves using needles and thread to create a topographical effect. The process consists of bunching up the canvas in hundreds of spots, thus creating a crumpled surface and reducing the overall size of the painting. The resulting peaks and dips capture the movement of light and shadows in a distinctive manner that is unlike that of other artists. This three-dimensional transposition of vectors creates a chromatic texture that manifests as an interplay of colors that continually shifts as the viewer looks at the painting from different angles.
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