Los colores de las formas
Colors reveal part of the fabric of human existence and their different tones show us the diversity and characteristics of things. Margarita Morales' abstract painting alludes to this fundamental condition, since in her paintings she shows the joy of being in the world, despite the thousand and one contradictions that exist in it. Her palette is loaded with colors that allow her to build a whole from her brushes. Margarita sends us the proposal to look at life from a different perspective, with our eyes open to a happier planet, without forgetting the chaos in which we are submerged on a daily basis. Her paintings are a kind of transition, a simple moment that must be remembered because art allows us to establish, in taste and sadness, two complementary ways of meeting. Margarita makes her aesthetic work a wake-up call that we must keep in memory.
Dr. Andrés Luna | Art critic
The tropics are scenery on fire, sunshine on fire. The pictorial work of Margarita Morales has the sway of what is own and what is adopted and remains. That transience is what the paintings of the artist distill. Strange mixture to observe nature and recover the world. Of course, the sensitivity of an alert eye is required for the images to be born and take on their own course.
Shades of Nature
Margarita paints throughout the length and breadth of the canvas, with that impetus that is woven and netted with brushstrokes. If before the facades of the temples were trapped in a multitude of forms, now, even in these abstract paintings, a similar idea persists. All in order to move away the vertigo of the space that is fractured. Margarita Morales protects "her" tropic by means of inflamed orange, red and yellow tones. Her paintings have the oscillations of what is calm wind or furious clouds of dark blues. Memory and synthesis: memories that fold and unfold in order to glimpse a horizon that comes and goes; as if the colours suddenly emanated from a non-stop journey, from the arrival of one geography to another, whose boats sail in the waters of the American baroque. On those canvases are the borders and small segments of an emotional calligraphy that is an integral part of the Mexican artist's work. What is left then? To go after the traces of that burning tropic guided by those paintings of rare chromatic splendor.