Kikito Rodríguez

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 The three-dimensional works are made with synthetic resins, I proceed by recycling polyuterine foam with different diluents and colored pigments, molded over paper mache, fiberglass, iron, bronze and found objects. I am particularly interested in the treatment of details, I also use neon lights to illuminate the interior and the hollows of the pieces, achieving a sensation of crystal transparency. In some pieces, organic shapes predominate, confusing in multiple perspectives.

This artwork offer a distinctive compliment for hotels, hospitals, airports, restaurants, commercial and residencal space and more.

My paintings depict deserted spaces, landscapes and interiors in imagined, dreamlike locations. I experiment with fragmented imagery, geometry and perspective to construct fictional environments that evoke memories, ambiguity, and attempts to play with the viewer’s perception; In my work, lines and planes converge or bypass one another from various vanishing points, and shapes range from solid to transparent, suggesting depth, movement, or stillness through space.

The edges of the canvas are painted so it can be hanged with or without a frame as preferred, the artwork is varnished for protection and durability. I always offer exclusive original painting, handmade, signed and dated on the front by myself. All my artworks are certified.

Kikito Rodríguez

Visual Artist

As an artist, I let the colors run freely, giving importance to the resources of intuition, accidents, the vitality of the expressive aspect, the suggestive capacity of the surface and automatism, in order to transmit my imaginary thoughts with volatile brush strokes giving rise to to irrational expressionism to speak with sublime eloquence of an abstract proposal, where the relevance of colors interact, rising to suggest shapes in environments transmuted by my internal emotions.

The three-dimensional works are made with synthetic resins, recycling polyurethane with different diluents and colored pigments, molded over paper mache, fiberglass, iron, bronze and found objects. I am particularly interested in the treatment of details, I use neon lights to illuminate the hollows of the pieces, achieving a sensation of crystal clear transparency. In some pieces, the organic forms predominate, being confused in multiple perspectives.