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Filomena Baeza Davison

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Filomena Baeza Davison

Born: 1959

Hometown: La Serena

Based in: La Serena

 

Born in Punta Arenas, Chile. 1959.
Visual artist/Architect.
I studied art at Instituto de Arte Contemporáneo in Santiago and architecture at Universidad Católica de Valparaíso.
My language as a visual artist is abstract.
I am interested in gestures that are printed on paper or canvas. That's why I'm choosing different tools apart from brushes. I think that in the first strokes/gestures there is something fundamental that cannot be overcome later.

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Gracia

Filomena Baeza Davison, Chile

Painting

US$ 450

Oval series 01

Filomena Baeza Davison, Chile

Limited Edition Prints

US$ 480

Camino

Filomena Baeza Davison, Chile

Painting

US$ 300

"Alivio"

Filomena Baeza Davison, Chile

Painting

US$ 300

" Volver"

Filomena Baeza Davison, Chile

Painting

US$ 300

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About Filomena Baeza Davison


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What inspires you?

nature, musique, silence.


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Describe your creative process.

My architect training keeps me in the rigor of observation and being faithful to what the eye sees. Also to read the presence of the void, since architecture is in a certain way, a model of the habitable void. I'm interested in the gestures that are printed on paper or canvas, I think that in the first strokes there is something fundamental that cannot be overcome later. I usually work with pure colors and I prefer the spatula to be the one that mixes the colors unpredictably.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

gestures, movement, energy,


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Matta, Leonardo, Cy Twombly, Lee Krasner, de Kooning.


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

spatula


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

persevere.


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Where do you go for inspiration?

To the sea, nature, or some places that I have never been before.

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