From Spain the Light by the artist Maite Rodriguez.
Today, enjoy this selection of cheerful colorful paintings by the Spanish artist Maite Rodriguez: Leaves (Hojas), After the Rain (Después de la LLuvia), My Definitive House (Mi Casa Definitiva), Wood (Bosque) and Complex.
Yes, Spain is the light. From Velazquez to Sorolla, it was, it is and it will be the light of the Mediterranean Sea saying hello to the Atlantic Ocean… white myths and black legends, smell of salt and yellow lands, red sunsets and a blue history… silent… distant… a land of artists.
Italy has the drawing (Leonardo, Michelangelo, Giorgio de Chirico…) and Spain the color: acid colors in El Greco works, strong in Goya cardboards, different in Picasso portraits. What Maite Rodriguez colors like? Subjective, because they are explaining ideas, feelings, a passion for life and a creator desire.
New worlds within our, new reflections of our mirrors, new concerns to share, because art is a dialogue and Maite Rodriguez is speaking.
Listen to her! and above all, admire her lights!
Fantasies and red songs!
Maite Rodriguez passion for art arose at an early age, conveying outstanding promise and creativity in art contests and Fine Arts School. Since then, her love of art has grown allowing her to diversify into an inspirational and talented artist exploring many mediums. Her collection of artwork focuses on oil paints, acrylics, and collages using experimental techniques. In recent years she has specialized in large format canvases, exquisite ladies in waiting, landscapes and European cities. Her artwork gives a fresh and vibrant interpretation, taking inspiration from the world around and adding originality to contemporary art. Maite Rodriguez has established her Online Art Gallery, MaiteR, which exhibits all work from the artist and others www.maiterodriguez.es
Have a nice day, Yareah magazine friends. Spring is coming! Art is everywhere!
Leaves (Hojas) – Mixed Technique / Oil on Canvas 150×150 (2010)
After the Rain (Después de la Lluvia) – Oil on Canvas 180×195 (2009)
My Definitive House (Mi Casa Definitiva) – Oil on Canvas 180×180 (2010)
Wood (El Bosque) – Oil on Canvas 145×115
Complex – Mixed Technique / Oil on Canvas 150×150 (2010)