Francisco Canas Salazarwww.ArtPal.com/fjcsalazar
I began my art studies at the Institute of Fine Arts ( IBA ) in Medellin, Colombia. During my career in the IBA, I was fortunate to get training and work all the techniques of painting, but finally decided to refine watercolor technique works for some time and reach some very good reviews and appreciation of other artists and art-related people in my country. In fact, my first exhibition was basically work in this technique.
Later, after working with watercolor, I started to work on oil and I was able to perform some exhibitions in this stage of my life.
More recently, and as part of the evolution my work had throughout these years, I started working with acrylic, experimenting and evolving. I was finally able to succeed in providing an effect and a style to my art that is what defines me today. However this was also the result of all the lessons and experiences in my career as a professional artist.
In a personal way, I think that the development of each art work and each painting is based on the daily work and history of me as artist, where prior experiences and experiments converge on the technique used in today's work, which is a work in progress in which we must work continuously to ensure its complete realization.
My work and my styles are in a manner of speaking, unique because they are confluence of innate attitudes of perceptions and choices made during my training as an artist and that are now part of my artistic and personal growth.