Primary Fantastic

This style shows the pure essence of her fantasy world and the shapes of the real world. Her imagination is the main source of inspiration from where spreads her first traces that look like the process of mating, cellular division, embryonic and fetal shapes. Her scrolling has its own aesthetic that is linked to the traces she does freely. Veronica’s primary work shows that the configurations of her traces are not a casual effect, isolated, since they preserve the same initial characters and characteristics until now.

What inspires them? How can we understand them? What do they mean? The answers to these questions are in the analogy between the archetypes that symbolize the existence and the biological process that allow the survival of the species. They remind us that we are born from ovoid shapes; we grow keeping the same shape in the uterus; that our life, death and re-composition take place in the elliptical orbits of the stars.

Everything indicates that she knows what she wants to draw –even if she doesn’t knows how to explain it with words– as if she evoked, absorbed and recreated the present knowledge of the universe in subtle shapes of energy.

Fans

“…I hope you are doing well!!! I wish I could purchase a book, I think her paintings are magnificent. It’s just as how life should be, the world, the universe, people; to stop chaos in this wonderful land that day by day we are destroying it without realizing it. Greetings…”

Libia Fonseca, Bogota – Colombia

Publications

The Innocent Art of Veronica Pacheco

“The Innocent Art of Veronica Pacheco”

Book that presents the life and work of a wonderful special artist, as well as distinguished comments from national and international art critics.

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Gallery

Antonio and July Zañartu Dreaming in the Space
Antonio and July Zañartu...
Code 138

News

Exhibition of art works, process of painting, book presentation and souvenirs at the “Business Future of the Americas & Mid-Year Meeting of the AACCLA”. Organized by the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) where several business delegations and high level government authorities from more than 23 countries of the Occidental Hemisphere (Latin America, the Caribbean, Canada and the United States) met.