Las Pracas

2003 - 2005

"Las Pracas" comes from the name Las Parcas, three characters from Roman mythology in charge of spinning the wheel of the fate of people. One is in charge of the birth, another of the life and another one of the death. The Pracas "suffer exaggeratedly" when in fact they themselves can stop this suffering or are responsible for it. To spin their destiny is what they do; They are the same ... and they exist ... in the imagination.

Tara © 2005
Tara © 2005

Acrylic and oil on canvas | 30x24". Private Collection

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Brata © 2005
Brata © 2005

Acrylic and oil on canvas | 36x24". Private Collection

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Crala © 2005
Crala © 2005

Acrylic on canvas | 20x17". Private Collection

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Praca © 2005
Praca © 2005

Acrylic and oil on canvas | 26x18". Private Collection

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Pracca © 2005
Pracca © 2005

Acrylic and oil on canvas | 30x24". Private Collection

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Praccca © 2005
Praccca © 2005

Acrylic and oil on canvas | 30x24"

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Dana © 2005
Dana © 2005

Acrylic and oil on canvas | 48x36". Private Collection

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Rapra © 2005
Rapra © 2005

Acrylic and oil on canvas | 30x20". Private Collection

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Dala © 2005
Dala © 2005

Acrylic and oil on canvas | 30x24". Private Collection

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