Graphite on vegetal paper.
Painted surface of 37 x 25 cm ( 14.56 x 9.84 in) in a format of 45 x 42cm ( 17.71 x 16.53 in)
Year of realization 2016.
Signed at the right side of the piece.
Preliminary work of the final painting " Luz-2038 Paris 2" of the Malefic Time trilogy, Akelarre.
"Dark warriors filled the streets. Purifying fire consumed New York, this time tinged with a feminine soul. Once again, she heard a dopy gentle giant playing a tune, the one that had stuck in a corner of her memory since she was a child traveling around Europe with an itinerant circus. The giant had always gone everywhere with her, announcing the decisive moments in her life. She smiled and closed her eyes for an instant. The skies filled with wings and the Moon watched from her throne above.
The blades of Malefic and her katana were coated with blood, there was a new fight on every street corner. The white warriors sagged like rag dolls as she impaled them on her sword. Luz was not only a warrior, but also an acrobat. A whirlwind with steel limbs, a merciless hail of swords. The many-headed monster that the texts had foretold. She advanced relentlessly, mutilating her opponents’ bodies as she went. She left a trail of ownerless limbs behind her. A sinister trail of blood-soaked crumbs. She stained her face and marched up the steps sending her bodyguard reeling. The Sun’s followers guarded the building. She felt the searing heat of their blazing swords singeing her skin, but she did not back down a single step. The four old wounds that Marduk had inflicted on her began to sting like crazy again as she reached the Prince of New York’s quarters".
Malefic Time, Akelarre