These oil paintings show the presence of an intelligence that is very meticulous in the disposition of the elements in the piece and the surrealistic narrative.

Together with magical realism and the mythical world,


Trelles shows a predilection for Renaissance painting and its techniques, which leads him to experimenting with the original materials. An important technique used by Trelles is that of glazing, which allows him to bring out of the primary chaos all the different planes that he divides in the original vision, and then superpose reality upon reality, thus adding tension and dynamism to the piece. These oil paintings show the presence of an intelligence that is very meticulous in the disposition of the elements in the piece and the surrealistic narrative. In any of his paintings, the wise and ingenious use of visual counterbalance is evident in the elements geometrical disposition. Chaos gradually yields to order, spinning the narrative thread and constructing the myth.

Extract of “Landscape’s Secret” by Jan Martínez

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