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COLLECTION  PRIVATE
INTRODUCTION

In the intimacy of a room for relaxation, they are the paintings which I pamper as companions of many moments, with the difficulty I encou when I have to transfer my feelings to paper. My conversations with these works cannot take place in gibberish: I need some time for a prolonged look, and each day, according to my feelings, I look at one or the other.   I greet them, sometimes indifferently, other times I become angry and I scold them: they always respond firmly so that I feel a profound satisfaction. Today they are a part of our lives and I stop before each one of them . I want to enjoy myself with them, open them up and excite them, in order to bring about their emotions.
Dra. Abad






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