It is an abstract work. The author works greatly with color to create a more watery effect that allows a dialogue between the water and the environment of San Potito Sannitico. The mural is like a river that follows the daily life of the local people. Water is the main element of the human body and of life on Planet Earth. For this reason, it is important to be aware of its existence and its importance for the human beings. Each repetition of the water represents a wave that sprouts in new colors, just like the vegetation that grows next to the water channels. His working method responds to the idea of creating a collectively work painted with the locals.
He is an architect and painter. He studied street art in Santiago de Chile. He is the author of several works of art in public spaces in Chile and abroad. He organizes cultural exchanges of public art between Chile and Argentina. He has art exhibitions of graphics and painting.