Nacho Frades | Metaphysical Digital Painting

Summer girlfriend | Nacho Frades

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Nacho Frades

For me, art is a human expression that does not give answers, but asks questions.

In my work I want to open a window to secret worlds that exists for themselves but remain undiscovered. My vision is a particular vision of time and space where the objects are presented naked, frozen and unseen, and remain unconscious being painted.

I’m a digital painter, I paint in the computer, I have painted a lot with oils, but now I prefer digital. I have worked in feature film computer animation and the digital way is good for me. My work is intended to be printed in archival quality with the best printing available methods and resolutions.

Beach changing rooms | Nacho Frades

Beach changing rooms | Nacho Frades

I see a big number of paintings everyday, but I find inspiration inside me, and often in the architectural volumes I see in the streets, but mainly my inspiration is from the interior of me.

I am not very influenced by other artists, but I have to mention Edward Hooper, who gives me the gift of paintings plenty of absolute silence.

My intention is to create scenes in which calm, tranquility, and silence is absolute, no useless noises.

Electrical tower | Nacho Frades

Electrical tower | Nacho Frades

I do my job in several lines of work that respond to natural colors, red, green, white, gray…, with no order, each of them with variations in models that despite being mainly architectural, are very different. I an also exploring video-games as a form of art.

Hope you find tranquility in this works.

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