Artist Statement

I have  to paint.    It is complete and total freedom.  My  style is expressionism and usually abstract.  But not always. 

I paint  on canvas, linen is the favorite.   I use it whenever I can.   Sometimes I experiment with different mediums.   If I do, I note it in the description.    Ideas are unlimited.  Rules are most likely broken.  Ritual is not.

Gratitude is given for those who preserve history.    Painting expresses my love and admiration to all who were here before me.  I am from Iberia.

~ by artveronica on February 28, 2012.

18 Responses to “Artist Statement”

  1. That’s a great artist’s statement. And when it comes to art, we’re all outsiders or perhaps, inside outers.


  2. Enjoyed your paintings and site! Keep up the good work.


  3. Thank you very much for the “like” of my recent post at The Freelance History Writer. And apologies for contacting you this way, but I did not see any e-mail. I did greatly enjoy your artwork.

    As you may know, I am working on a book-blog of my own, which can be seen at [one word], then clicking on either the “sample chapter” or “blog” buttons at the top. My Rube Goldberg brain asks with an odd, well-caffeinated kind of logic: Why is there an inverse proportion between the size of the print and the importance of the message? Science. Commerce. Art. Literature. Military. Religion. I call this eccentric thinking the Theory of Irony and if your busy schedule permits, give a read, leave a comment or create a blogroll link. In any event, best of luck with your own endeavors.


  4. I would just like to comment on how much I love Japanese buckwheat noodles in cold sauce (笊蕎麦 – zarusoba)!

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  5. It has been more than two years later… and I would once again just like to comment on how much I love Japanese buckwheat noodles in cold sauce (笊蕎麦 – zarusoba)!

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  6. Buttered noodles…. pure heaven!

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  7. I have returned to wish you a VERY Happy New year, and may 2020 be the best year of your life in art, life, and everything. May the God of Zarusoba drop the Noodles of Delight upon you eternally! 🙂


  8. With all the trouble in the world right now, thinking about zarusoba or buttered noodles is good for the soul. Besides, I think you are so great you yourself might even be a buttered noodle!

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  9. Thoughts intermarry and interbreed. I would be NOTHING without great art to drive my musical creativity… Ja, Kunst ist alles!

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