Archeologies of the environment, is a series of oil paintings by Fernanda Morales Tovar, which arises since 2014 and gives continuity to her current work. In this, Morales explores the analogies and dialectics existing in the environment that promote the conjunction of nature and urban devices in everyday life. Through a visual archeology that is based on the interpretation and proposal of signs of intersection of places, humans, stories, the ruin and the landscape; By means to the use of pictorial values ​​such as descriptive and schematic levels of representation, rhythm and color. To be alternative landscapes, mediated by the imagination, that imitate the future of the individuals in the face of the daily illusion that each one faces.

Routine as a dialogue, 2021, Oil on canvas, 30 x 30 cm, Fernanda Morales Tovar

Routine as a dialogue, 2021, Oil on canvas, 30 x 30 cm




Displaced nexus, 2021, Oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Fernanda Morales Tovar

Displaced nexus, 2021, Oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm

Fernanda Morales Tovar, Visual Artist (female painter) from Mexico, 1992. Fernanda Morales Tovar, artista visual mexicana (pintora), 1992.
Fernanda Morales Tovar, Visual Artist (female painter) from Mexico, 1992. Fernanda Morales Tovar, artista visual mexicana (pintora), 1992.
Fernanda Morales Tovar, Visual Artist (female painter) from Mexico, 1992. Fernanda Morales Tovar, artista visual mexicana (pintora), 1992.
Fernanda Morales Tovar, Visual Artist (female painter) from Mexico, 1992. Fernanda Morales Tovar, artista visual mexicana (pintora), 1992.