Oil on paper
Dimensions: 71cm (H) x 95cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 28" (H) x 37.4" (W) x 0.04" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This oil painting represents A blue fish from the deep sea. Ledesma works on unplanned subjects, elements, emotions, life experiences, which belong to his subconscious. He's always experimenting, in order to get different textures and color mixtures. He uses the regular oils, but changes constantly from one solvent to another. An abstract composition in blue tonalities. The work is rich in details and textures and invites the spectator to remain and deepen into the painting. Oil Dispersion is the painting technique used to make this work. Oil Dispersion is a personal discovery and development of the artist consisting in a chemical formula based on oil paint, and a specific method. The original and colorful artwork of Francisco Ledesma is inspired in nature, and shows attractive areas which are plenty of fractal textures and tremendously rich details. His work is looked for collectors around the world because of its uniqueness.
Based in: Aguascalientes, México
Francisco Ledesma is a visual artist and writer from Aguascalientes, Mexico, where he resides and carries out his artistic work.
The painting of Ledesma is outside the orbit of any school or trend, it is an absolutely personal work, focused on the use of techniques and procedures of application of oil created and developed by him, which makes his art original and unique. These discoveries are the product of experimentation and reflection on the field of painting. Ledesma is the creator of the technique that is entitled Oil Dispersion. His work is present on the art scene through his creative process and his interest to experiment, discover, understand and apply new knowledge, methods, techniques and ideas to the field of painting. Visual artist for the last twenty five years.
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