Ana Gonzalez Rojas



I believe that the God of this lively, terrestrial artist is closer to the pantheistic God of the kindly heterodox Jew Baruch Spinoza than to the Olympian God of the Church fathers. González looks at our natural surroundings—animal, vegetable, mineral—and paints and models them with extraordinary gentleness, yet in the manner of Spinoza as well, sub specie aeternitatis, which is to say, in their eternal aspect, as if something immutable and fixed in the drawing or the object suspends its flow.

Por: Héctor Abad Faciolince