Ana María García Ruiz
19 May 12 by Ana María García Ruiz
Ana María García Ruiz artworks

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En el bosque

In the forest: Oil on canvas 40x60 cm, 2011. Is a realistic painting of a Japanese woman in Kimono drinking tea. The techniques are glazes and pointillism. This is a complementary composition where red and green are presented as velatura. Red provides energy and movement at this nature thematic which is representing with green that provides freshness and tranquillity. The perspective obtain by; the representation of trees and a reed bed that have vanishing point in the centre, background doing by pointillism and a cross of diagonal that give movement and starts in the line that follows the face and the look and the line that represent the defined light. The elements are defined by the contrast of colour, curved lines that emulated femininity and give a smooth the movement. The look of the figure is directed into the cup but his thoughts are elsewhere, far away from Japan.

Susurro
Susurro
Susurro

Whisper: Oil on canvas 40x60, 2012. March 2012. The painting whose tones are similar in all the surface without any particular distinguish suggesting tranquillity and delicacy that the girl is preparing the horse. The sky has different gradients of different blue and the ground is not too refined to give the illusion of depth. It is a triangular composition includes everything in one element and connecting the two figures with balance and movement suggested by the hair of both figures.

Sonrisa Africana
Sonrisa Africana
Sonrisa Africana

Smile Africa: Oil on canvas 30x40 cm on March 8, 2011. This is a Vertical composition which I wanted to represent the strength and cheerfulness of the people of this continent. The curves highlight the feminine sensuality and yellow palette draw attention to a fund created natural black with emerald green, burnt sienna and rose. The skin is made with the technique of glazing to give natural effect.

Pata Pata
Pata Pata
Pata Pata

Pata Pata: Oil on canvas 50x50, 2011. Both figures dance and movement that I wanted to interpret the expression of joy and Africa, whose title I have chosen in honour of Miriam Makeba, a great woman. The statistm of the square dimensions of the canvas is light weight for the representation of the central figures in a rectangular shape, are a series of curved lines that follow the contours of arms that give smooth movement and rhythmic to the painting.