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I live on an eternal journey, although different from the ones we are generally used to doing. As a paleontologist, s I don't care so much about spatial distance as temporal.. Thus, I pass the time between today and various remote, usually distant, worlds located several tens of millions of years ago.

Since I was little, I have been very entertained with paleontology and art. Perhaps, this close bond that I have established between both disciplines is the reason why animals are never missing in my sculptures. You could say that my bronzes are timeless, showing my personal vision of animals from the past and the present.




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