Saturday, February 28, 2009

"Loneliness - Van Gogh's Chair"

This is one of my personal favorites.

It was done from a photograph I took of the room where Van Gogh passed away. I believe I was able to capture the atmosphere of the space. I can just picture the artist living there...

This was the most emotionally charged part of my trip to France. I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I did.


This piece is hanging in my aunt's house in Colombia. Granadillas are a very delicious fruit and are cousins of passion fruit.

These were done in pastel, 12"x16"

This painting is not for sale, but if you would like to commission something similar, write me an e-mail at!

Credits for the picture go to Gustavo Ordóñez.



18"x 24"
Pastel on Paper

Two hours and a half from Firenze, Assisi is one of the places I have to visit again!

If you are interested on this piece just contact me!


Here is a little experiment I did with illustrator... As you can see, I absolutely love color...

If you are interested in a print of this let me know.

Monday, February 23, 2009

"Milk Jug at Giverny" 12"x16" Pastel on Paper.

"Milk Jug at Giverny"
Pastel on Paper
This painting was inspired by the back of a little restaurant in Giverny, the city where Claude Monet spent the last years of his life. I hope you like it.

Contry House at Auvers

"Country House at Auvers"
Pastel on Paper

An adorable house I found during my trip to France in June 2008. I wish I could go back!

My first painting posted for sale!

I have posted: "Bridge in Venice" 9"x12" Pastel on Paper.

It was inspired by one of the nicest places I saw in Venice during my trip to Italy back in 2007.

Hope you like it!

First Posting

Hi everyone!

I wanted to let you all know I will be working hard posting all my paintings for your enjoyment.

All the paintings are on sale, unless otherwise noted.

Please do not copy or use any of the images without the artist's permission.

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Thank you for your interest in my artwork!