NO MAN’S LAND

It is understood by the term ecology the relations and interactions between organisms and their environment, including other organisms. It comes from the union of the Greek words oikos and logos, that is to say, the study of the home.

No Man’s Land narrate the processes of life, evolutions or disappearances never seen until today. It makes us think that it is not the strongest that survives, but the one that best and fastest adapts.

 

In the middle of the storm. 30x20cm. Watercolor.In the middle of the storm. 30x20cm. Watercolor on paper.

Underwater. 22x27cm. Oil on panel.Underwater. 22x27cm. Oil on panel.

I am the walrus. 21x14cm. WatercolorI am the walrus. 21x14cm. Watercolor on paper.

March Hare. 46x33cm. Oil on panel.March Hare. 46x33cm. Oil on panel.

"Lepus timidus". 27x35cm. Oil on panel.White Rabbit. 27x35cm. Oil on panel.

When a fire starts to burn. 15x21cm. Oil on paper.When a fire starts to burn. 15x21cm. Oil on paper.

All in the same boat. 27x22cm. Oil on linen.

"Leni".35x27cm. Oil on panel.White Rabbit. 35x27cm. Oil on panel.

SAMSUNG CSCRed Fox. 35x27cm. Oil on panel.

SAMSUNG CSCWhite Fox. 35x27cm. Oil on panel.

"Perdix I". 40x40cm. Oil on canvas.Red Partridge. 40x40cm. Oil on canvas.

Iceberg. 61x46cm. Oil on linen.Iceberg. 61x46cm. Oil on linen.