Ines Rubio Roa

Inés Rubio Roa is a young artist from Madrid graduated in Fine Arts and Architecture. His work has a high figurative and pictorial content, using different techniques such as oil on canvas and embroidery to give life to concepts that go beyond the limits of imagination.

Ines Rubio Roa

beyond imagination

Inés Rubio is a talented and up-and-coming artist from Madrid, whose deep love for art is reflected in every brushstroke of her work. Graduated in Fine Arts and Architecture, her multidisciplinary background has given her a unique perspective and a solid technical foundation that is reflected in her distinctive style.

Inés's work is characterized by a highly figurative and pictorial approach. However, his intention is not simply to take a nostalgic look back into the past, but to use visual representation as a powerful tool to create something authentic and honest. Each of her paintings is a window into her inner world, where shapes and colors intertwine in an expressive dance.

For Inés, the act of painting does not begin with a defined and limited idea, but rather with a diffuse and dim vision of a concept in gestation. It is in the very process of execution where this vision takes shape and body, revealing itself as a vital tool in his creative process. Each line, each application of color, is an exploration towards the materialization of that original idea, and it is through this process that he finds a true connection with his work.

Inés Rubio's work goes beyond mere visual representation. Your purpose is to explore both physically and visually the ideas you want to convey to the viewer. Each canvas is an invitation to immerse yourself in your inner world and discover the emotions and meanings that lie in every detail. His work thus becomes a silent dialogue between the artist and the observer, a conversation that transcends words and is nourished by emotional and sensory connection.

This artist

Fascinates us by

An uninhibited surrealism takes over his works. His imagination has no limits... giving space to the interpretation by the viewer.

References

Rene Magritte, Salvador Dalí, David Hockney, Abraham Lacalle, Henri Matisse, Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Rousseau, Bosch, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lucien Freud, Kandinsky, Oscar Bento...

Technique

Her Mix-Media technique focuses on the use of oil paint on canvas and embroidery.

A curiosity

Did you know that Inés is passionate about the concept of bathrooms? In fact, his final architecture project was about the bathroom.

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