Courses of art in the Central School of Art of Belgium. Courses of painting in the school Massana of Barcelona. Raku’s course in the Central School of Ceramics of Madrid. MORE THAN THOUSAND ARTWORKS, the majority, approximately 700, big pieces of ceramics, 200 pictures and 100 ceramic paintings and figures and sculptures.- Numerous exhibitions in diverse situations and places: Brussels, Barcelona, Seville, Malaga, Miami…. I keep away from the galleries that only are interested in money, once I verify that their love for the art is none or almost none and that their valuations are very far to be what it is required. I bet for the exhibition and try to sell online and deposited many hopes in this route. There are very serious portals and their commissions are really minimal, which does not put up the price of the work scarcely. These are some of the reasons for which I do not detail curriculum (with the major respect for those who do it) On the other hand, almost nobody reads it and many galleries and even some artists themselves they fill and exaggerate it. I believe that the work in itself samples it quality.
I do not paint my experience, but the one that I had liked to have. I do not paint disillusions (if it is the case, I do explain it) but intact illusion. When I create, I forget the world’s evilness and try to put to your sight, or in your lounge, harmony and beauty, hope that is my hope as well. I try to give a bit of light and consolation. I disapprove the fanaticism of those who use painting as a political pamphlet “weapon”, thereby degrading it, and also of those, at the other extreme, who reduce it to a decorative object matching with curtains. Politics and decoration have many ways of expression and painting isn’t the adequate, from my point of view.
Eclectic author.I once read a phrase that said, more or less, “…and that way Van Gogh was leaving any hint of realism …” that I take now to explain that I consider myself an eclectic artist. I do not mortgage our freedom (the deepest of all feelings) to devote myself and my art into a given line, impressionism, expressionism, hyper-realism, realism or whatever. I think I’m an author fairly complete and I know from experience that each technique has it-own better way of expression and when it comes to painting ceramic the best results in my view are achieved with realism, without affecting other techniques. Just as I do when I talk to a French or a Belgian who do not know to speak Spanish and I write in French or English to an American person, so I do with my other forms of expression. I consider myself eclectic, both in learning and in joining and expressing my feelings and I do think I will never submit to a single label. The subject of better one only line may be is better for the Galerist who, most of them, seem to impose it, but not for the artists who want to be free at all times and situations.
Freijanez (José) was translator from French and English into Spanish of an international non-governmental. organisation with Status A with United Nations, and Spanish professor in Brussels. He was also translator of the OPEP in Algiers.
He studied translation and many years later psychology at UNED University (Madrid) (Unfinished)