Euphoria and Suffering II, oil on canvas 81"x83"

Euphoria and Suffering I, oil on canvas, 83”x81”

A woman in a crimson dress leaps through the air, her legs folded towards her back, her arms raised towards the sky. She is dancing and smiling, conveying a feeling of victorious joy. On the left side of the painting, a man catapults through space. He is cambered backward and raises his left hand toward his face. His eyes are closed and his expression is one of bliss or ecstasy.  

These paintings are about taking the leap when an opportunity occurs. So often, we doubt ourselves when a challenging opportunity occurs, specially when we want to go to the next chapter in our life or bring a project to the next level.

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Euphoria and the Fear of the Unknown IX, oil on canvas, 81"x83"

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Euphoria and the fear of the unknown I, Oil on canvas 24"x18"

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Euphoria and Suffering I, Detail

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Euphoria and Suffering I, Detail

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Joy I, 2015, oil on paper, 18’’x24’’

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Euphoria,  Oil on canvas 24"x18"

Desire III, Oil on pexiglas,20,5" X 20", 2016

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Desire III, detail

Couple Tension I, Oil on canvas, 62" X 62", Details

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Impossibility to Sleep Under Pressure, oil on canvas, 58’’x72’’, 2015

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Doppelgänger, wax, polyester and wood, 2016

This work is about a dream I had 14 years ago where while heading out of my father's room I open the doors and find this other me in front of me! He represented all the aspect of me that I was rejecting. I felt then threatened and enter a fight or flee mode twoards my self!


Doppelgänger, Charcoal and white chalk on paper, 17"x 18" , 2016

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Study after F.Bacon, Study after Velázquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X, Oil on canvas
72”x 58”, 2017, Jean-Antoine Norbert

        This painting is inspired by Francis Bacon’s Study After Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X, 1953, oil on canvas (60 1/4 x 46 1⁄2”, Des Moines Art Center, Iowa) ( here below). It is a scream against the rise of hatred, violence, and intolerance initiated by the leadership and rhetoric of the Heads of State of so many countries around the world. Whether it is Trump, Erdoğan, or Duterte, more and more world leaders referring to themselves as“anti-establishment” are wielding a toxic agenda that hounds, scapegoats, and dehumanizes entire groups of people.

Standing between the Democratic Vice President Joseph Biden (left) and then-Speaker of the House of Representatives, Republican John Boehner (right), Pope Francis (center), identifying polarizing politics as a force fanning the flames of violent national and international division, implored the powerful of Congress and the millions of others tuning in to his speech to refrain from fighting violence and toxic hatred with the same.
On September 24, 2015, Pope Francis gave a speech to the Congress of the United States of America during the Presidency of Barak Obama.


Francis Bacon’s Study After Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X, 1953, oil on canvas (60 1/4 x 46 1⁄2”, Des Moines Art Center, Iowa).


Diego Velázquez, Portrait of Innocent X, Oil on canvas, 56 in × 47 in, c. 1650, Galleria Doria Pamphilj, Rome

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