Circular and dynamic shapes: there are many elements in this abstract painting but all feature with well-defined circular lines. A spiral that seems to suck the viewer into what Roland Barthes would have not hesitated to define as the point of this work: that oval crack right in the middle of the painting. Describing the multitude of elements that reveal themselves to the eye, it is possible to notice that this could very well be an eye. Metallic elements that are incorporated into the canvas stand in the centre: two gilded eyelids with small gilded studs, and small fragments of blue and red in the centre of the oval. All around there are concentric circles, like the propagating of a wave.
In this square painting ( 100 cm by 100 cm ) created with acrylic on canvas by artist Edgar Ramirez, it is easy to notice the presence of other metallic elements that fill the space between these concentric circles. The result is fullness in terms of elements, even so different from each other, but above all depth that is also bestowed by the presence of various decorations in relief. Gold and orange hue rule across the composition. A painting of undoubted artistic value and a truly fascinating design.