This is an abstract painting by artist Edgar Ramirez. It is an acrylic on canvas with metal inserts, a textured artwork assembled on an gallery grade frame. The subject is totally abstract. The artist expressed himself through a uniform grey base on which initial strokes of orange, black and grey were applied, fading into each other in different sizes from brushstroke to brushstroke. These straight, almost geometric brush-strokes are in turn the background for denser, more mellow splashes of colour. We can clearly distinguish the bright red that appears as the main colour from the duller orange that dialogues with the black and grey.
A metal sheet stands out in the centre of the composition, a sort of oblong stain, an industrial scrap of steel. It is shiny, as if it were roughly ground, with the various filing processes visible. However, the metal stain is shiny and looks like a sort of lake, a fourth wall where we can spy a new world, perhaps a calmer, whiter one, certainly different from the hot and excited atmosphere expressed by those red brush-strokes.