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Muli

My work is concerned with the disintegration of paint and personality. I love to watch thinned down paint dissolving slowly on the canvas or seeing the transformation of glutinous lumps of matter into flesh-like forms. The result making a virtue of the inelegant.
I like exploration, finding new marks and seeing an image evolve and disappear. I use paint in untraditional ways, always prolonging a state of flux.

Nunito

My work is concerned with the disintegration of paint and personality. I love to watch thinned down paint dissolving slowly on the canvas or seeing the transformation of glutinous lumps of matter into flesh-like forms. The result making a virtue of the inelegant.
I like exploration, finding new marks and seeing an image evolve and disappear. I use paint in untraditional ways, always prolonging a state of flux.

Cantarell

My work is concerned with the disintegration of paint and personality. I love to watch thinned down paint dissolving slowly on the canvas or seeing the transformation of glutinous lumps of matter into flesh-like forms. The result making a virtue of the inelegant.
I like exploration, finding new marks and seeing an image evolve and disappear. I use paint in untraditional ways, always prolonging a state of flux.

Montserrat

My work is concerned with the disintegration of paint and personality. I love to watch thinned down paint dissolving slowly on the canvas or seeing the transformation of glutinous lumps of matter into flesh-like forms. The result making a virtue of the inelegant.
I like exploration, finding new marks and seeing an image evolve and disappear. I use paint in untraditional ways, always prolonging a state of flux.

Elite

My work is concerned with the disintegration of paint and personality. I love to watch thinned down paint dissolving slowly on the canvas or seeing the transformation of glutinous lumps of matter into flesh-like forms. The result making a virtue of the inelegant.
I like exploration, finding new marks and seeing an image evolve and disappear. I use paint in untraditional ways, always prolonging a state of flux.