Collection: Baruj Salinas

11 available artworks
  • Baruj Salinas - Stepping Bands
    Baruj Salinas - Stepping Bands, Acrylic on Paper,  22
  • Baruj Salinas - Ocean Overture
    Baruj Salinas - Ocean Overture, Acrylic on Paper,  20
  • Baruj Salinas - Sepia & Black Composition
    Baruj Salinas - Sepia & Black Composition,  Acrylic on Paper,  14
  • Baruj Salinas - Atmospheric
  • Baruj Salinas - Vert Fence Ciel
    Baruj Salinas - Vert  Fence Ciel, Acrylic on Paper, 14
  • Baruj Salinas - Stratosphere
    Baruj Salinas - Stratosphere, Acrylic on Paper, 14
  • Baruj Salinas - Crepuscular Flares
    Baruj Salinas - Crepuscular Flares, Acrylic on Paper,  14
  • Baruj Salinas - Red Yellow Brick Spot
    Baruj Salinas -  Red Yellow Brick Spot, Acrylic on Paper,  14
  • Baruj Salinas - Jupiter Lights
    Baruj Salinas - Jupiter Lights,  Acrylic on Paper,  14
  • Baruj Salinas - Unicorn
    Baruj Salinas - Unicorn, Acrylic on Paper, 14
  • Baruj Salinas - Sound of the Seas
    Baruj Salinas - Sound of the Seas,  Acrylic on Paper,  14

Baruj Salinas Art statement

In that sense Baruj uses color and all its intense chromatism as a channel or filter (in the manner of alchemists) to distill a world of a romantic nature, but of a romanticism closer to Turner than to Corot. That which Novalis called "the adoration of chaos" was based in his belief that "the more impenetrable was the chaos, so much more splendid was the star that would come out of it".

After seeing the storm scenes of Turner, where color invades all, I can think that Baruj has found in the cosmic explosions of his colors the original chaos that allows the recovery of, as Jose Kozer tells us, “a fundamental harmony”.

Carlos M. Luis

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Baruj Salinas Biography

Baruj Salinas was born in Havana, Cuba. He received a degree in architecture from Kent State University in Ohio.
After his exile from Cuba in 1959, he moved to Miami.
In 1974 he moved to Barcelona, Spain, where he worked closely with painters of the stature of Joan Miró and Antoní Tapies.
His work can be seen in several important museums and collections in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

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