Jorge Rubert is a Visual Artist, who has an interest in figurative Realism contemporary art.
Jorge's work reflects a personal journey through realism. There is a strong influence from the Spanish and Italian Baroque period. Old masters that he loves and are always present in his work, as he uses timeless classical painting techniques.
Taking further influence from mass culture and the contemporary art scene, Jorge takes anything visual around him and turns it something personal, despite its origins. Generally working with models though some times invented visions from vernacular feelings.
His creative process takes substance from personal worlds which is demonstrated in his artworks.
Working with photographs of his subjects as a reference, Jorge's paintings bridge the gap between painting and photography but always maintain his own personal painting style, Giving more personal information to the image, and trying not to be classified as photorealism or any other ism.
The empty spaces around the main figures gives the sensation of power, taking the viewer on a personal journey which enables them to gain more from the painting by seeing it as more than simply a superficial picture.
His aim is not to corrupt the true and transcendental aesthetic experience of his art.
Creating polymorphous paradigms of multicultural values.