Both our backgrounds were developed on opposite sides of the globe (Ireland and Argentina). Both of us see the world with different shades, but we share the same light.



“I don’t want dead paint, so I test many of my works by studying them in a dark room at twilight or even after dark to check the luminosity. If the darker forms still have resonance and luminosity, I know the painting’s working” Quote by ‘Will Barnet’

 Based on experiences working in different disciplines Eric’s art mixes the mechanical with natural flows and colours and light reactive paints that brings on another dimension to the viewer under different light. Some may call it POP Art or ABSTRACT……. I call it unique and new.

How did I start into painting/drawing?

I never really started as I was always doodling since I could pick up a pen/crayon/brush. I had always had a different take on the world outside, and as I grew older I wanted others to see the world through my eyes. You could say I’m optimistic as you can see though my galleries 

Since 2015 I have brought a new dimension to the art world which brings colour, light, imagination and illumination for all to absorb and enjoy. 

When I was a young child, I had the curiosity of painting. My mother brought me to a very special academy, which was monitored by Heriberto Zorrilla, who was my mentor and my inspiration and from that time to many years later when I again felt the need to paint with the memories of his method “The sensible Line”.

I would like to tell that behind every picture there is story which was created without any intention and became alive with the observers glance.

 My mentor, Heriberto Zorrilla, is a great person who, with his wife Helena have created a new artistic painting movement called “Essentialism “known over the world. They have their painting workshop in Buenos Aires, where nowadays they impart their knowledge in their painting class.