I started to paint in early childhood – half of the walls of the place our family lived in at that time were covered with my masterpieces. Unfortunately, as time went by, the unique canvases were lost. Then my painter’s gift decided to have some rest and get strong, which took a few decades. It finally and once and for all woke up from the dormancy thanks to an unexpected visit to Cuba, where I escaped from fascinatingly boring work selling building materials. The awakened talent, surprised, was trying to realize the existence of new reality, making shy attempts to declare its presence, which nobody, including myself, wanted to take seriously. My-Daughter’s Birth, and the following My-Other-Daughter’s Birth, became the last drops in the Sea of My Passion and Talent that I could restrain no more. I usually use oil on canvas. I like the color of the sky, of earth, of the sea, and I like Latin America.