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RODAL, Heart’s Sprout and Throne, 2009, Dispersion on linen, 150 x 225 cm
RODAL, The River the First River, 2009, Acrylic on canvas, 180 x 260 cm
RODAL, Metaphysical Landscape, 2007, Acrylic and graphite on canvas, 83 x 120 cm
RODAL, After the Kitchen, 2009, Oil on linen, 83 x 123 cm
RODAL, Corn Plant, 2005, Painted steel plate, 700 x 160 x 140 cm
Artist's Statement

I define art as “The conceptual and poetic expression of the human mind, body and spirit through material media.” My work establishes a connection between the Mesoamerican civilization and Western contemporary art, reflecting a personal language. It can be recognized for its brightly-colored and synthesized compositions, abstract and figurative, characterized for their celebration and praise of life. I am located in a postmodern global/local culture, incorporating the expressions of both native and distant cultures, past and present, with a deep connection to the roots of millenarian societies.


Carlos Rodal (born on May 26, 1964 in Guadalajara, Mexico)
Is a Mexican contemporary painter and sculptor. He received his B.F.A. of Architecture and Urbanism specialty at ITESO University and studied painting at Casa de la Cultura at Guadalajara.
During the 80 s he traveled extensively in Europe and in the 90 s around the world, studying the art expressions. He keeps studios both in New York City and Guadalajara, Mexico since 1997.
His paintings and sculptures have been exhibited in solo and group shows internationally since 1986