Rosa Galindo’s works are dreamed images that represent an imaginary world. Experimenting with the possibilities of different techniques and materials, she often uses the reverse painting technique on Plexiglas, which allows her to play with transparencies and opacities.
Rosa Galindo’s paintings are an allegory that reflects our presence as individuals in an amazing imaginary universe. Her work reflects a philosophical idea that seeks to understand humanity’s place in the world. The elegant brushstrokes and pigments, applied with vigor, are visible signs of Rosa Galindo’s work process, in which the essence of action painting can be appreciated.
Rosa Galindo reflects her great energy and gestural quality using impetuous and broad gestures and adding layers of paint that she works and touches up with her brushes, palettes and -often- with her hands. The objects represented by Rosa Galindo appear as if floating on the background of her paintings. These images often suggest meditation and personal reflection.