DOGS

The DOGS series continues my search for characters, for personages, in this case turning animals into individual beings who, in a rather serious attitude, simply rest. They sit and gaze at themselves, that’s all.
Going beyond their animality also means going beyond my own. I approach the animals, they let me and respect me. In their utter lack of interest, mine grows and I depict it.

DOGS

DOG_01 (1997) 11 in x 6.3 in cm. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_03 (1996) 9.8 in x 7.9 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_02 (1997) 10 in x 5.9. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_04 (2002) 10.4 x 6.3 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_06 (2002) 9.4 in x 7.5 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_05 (2002) 9.4 in x 16,5 cm. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_07 (2002) 9.4 in x 6.3 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_10 (1997) 11.2 x 5.9 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_09 (1997) 9.3 in x 6.5 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_08 (2002) 10.6 in x 5.5 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_12 (1997) 11 in x 7.5 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_11 (1996) 10.2 in x 7.3 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_14 (2002) 11 in x 7.5 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_13 (1996) 11.4 in x 8.7 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_15 (2002) 11 in x 7.5 in. Watercolor on cardboard.
DOG_16 (1996) 11 in x 7.5 in. Watercolor on cardboard.