Work1 Title: The lady in gardens mirrors Year: 2015 Materials: Acrylic, photographic paper, expanded polystyrene Dimensions: H 31 cm W 60 cm D 12 cm Work2 Title: The vision of the Debas Year: 2015 Materials: Acrylic, photographic paper, expanded polystyrene Dimensions: H 30 cm W 50 cm D 10 cm Work3 Title: Mud towers Year: 2015 Materials: Acrylic, photographic paper, expanded polystyrene Dimensions: H 50 cm W 58 cm D 15 cm Work4 Title: Mushroom garden Year: 2015 Materials: Acrylic, photographic paper, expanded polystyrene Dimensions: H 21 cm W 100 cm D 12 cm Work5 Title: Nature Study 1 Year: 2015 Materials: Acrylic paint over free acid paper Dimensions: H 30 cm W 50 cm D 3 cm
Taking a backpack and walk tirelessly to achieve proposed goals is my greatest joy, and if this will unite my other passions such as photography and artistic work, achievement group a set of qualities that allow me to make intervened photographs of the most beautiful landscapes of my country.
The second creative process comes when you begin to discover forms that you had not noticed at the time of taking the picture, is a whole new world to discover and then give relief to the photo to achieve perspective in the finished work
The movement is vital in my other work, because with him, try to express the nature that I see in my photographic expeditions.
Jose Bonilla is a mountaineer lover of nature, which puts in his photographs panoramic to later cut them by three-dimensional photographic layers sectioned along the various forms derived from the photograph.
The works seen here are on the top of Roraima Tepuy series.
“Tepuy” is the name of the oldest geological formations in the world and are from the Precambrian era, are located mostly in the Amazon jungle.
It also has a parallel work which draws on the work of Venezuelan kinetic artists like Jesus Soto and Carlos Cruz Diez, which studies the movement to apply it in later works.
Place: San Antonio de los Altos – Venezuela