My paintings are a reflection in the search for ways to produce the loss of integrity, of globalization, the lack of security, complexity and the mutation of the values in the world today, so confusing, fragmented, and indecipherable.
I explore the sense of our time, the transcendence of human being, the polarities of these ideas : Destruction and rebirth, glory and shame, sin and redemption.
My paintings are visual meditations of a internal and individual vision.
I like the light, the inner light of being that connects to the light of consciousness that is universal. My paintings are my tool for survival, reflecting perhaps, the passage of time when life hurts to walk the years.
It's like trying to paint a poem on each painting….but in spite of everything, always encourages me in the hope of finding the light in each step.
The only thing that is important to me is to continue working.
Pedro Pacheco's artistic career encompasses over forty eight years.
He studied art in University of Barcelona (Spain). He exhibited around the world from 1970. Received 16 awards in his career.
Exhibited with Miro.
He created an art installation located in The Caves of Qumram Israel.
He received THE POLLOCK KRASNER FOUNDATION OF NEW YORK.
His painting “When the Morning was Broken, is in exhibition in THE PATRIOT MEMORIAL HALL,Washington DC. As a photographer he worked for New York Senator, Mrs. Hillary R. Clinton.
IN SEPTEMBER 2011 TWO OF HIS PAINTINGS IN THE GLASGOW MUSEUM ARE INCLUDED IN THE NATIONAL PATRIMONY OF U.K.
His artwork is located in Museums in Glasgow, Venice, Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem and Barcelona, also in the Collections of The Queen of Spain, Elizabeth Taylor, Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clark. He presently lives and works in New York City.