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In the YouTube video "ANTONIO GARCÍA VILLARÁN SE CONFIESA," the artist discusses his process for creating paintings, how he uses his imagination and intuition to come up with new ideas, and how he sometimes struggles to finish paintings. He also talks about how his paintings are autobiographical and how they reveal his inner thoughts and feelings.

  • 00:00:00 Antonio García Villarán, a self-proclaimed "very happy" artist, talks about her upcoming exhibition, which was supposed to be an event. They will be live-streaming her painting and seeing it in real time, as well as discussing the various textures and formats. Lastly, they discuss vanagloria, or self- bragging, and how it relates to her art.
  • 00:05:00 Antonio García Villarán confesses in a video that he is satisfied with his body of work, which consists of paintings that he has not yet finished. He feels that each painting is a self-portrait and that the act of painting it is an autobiographical project. He also explains that poetry and music are also self-portraits in that they reveal the author's inner thoughts and feelings. Antonio believes that every painting is an autobiographical work, and he shows this by describing one of his paintings in detail.
  • 00:10:00 Antonio García Villarán confesses that he paints over works that he doesn't like, using the cover as an opportunity. He talks about how he likes to challenge himself by painting abstracts or figurative works with a surreal edge. He mentions that he has had recurring nightmares where he is tasked with painting a specific piece.
  • 00:15:00 Antonio García Villarán confesses that he looks a lot like the lights he sees in some of his dreams, which is dark and then very strong on the other side. For example, the dark and then light parts of his dreams are similar to the way he paints. He often has dreams in black and white, and he often depicts his dreams in paintings. For example, when he was writing poetry, everything was wrapped up in the poetry. He savored each word as he connected them to colors in his last book, "The Curved Empire." These two disciplines - poetry and painting - are similar to him in that they are both mediums that deal with symbols and metaphors. He believes that all humans make the same creative decisions in different parts of their lives, but he is most creative when he is writing poetry and painting. He also admits that he is a salesman, and he enjoys speaking to the public. However, he cannot help but be creative in all of his endeavors. He believes that having one creative pursuit aids another. For example, he is currently reading a book by the author of "The Catcher in the Rye."
  • 00:20:00 In this YouTube video, Antonio García Villarán confesses that he is a very critical person with regard to his own work, and that he sees himself as a student of great masters. He also discusses how he approaches painting, and how he is constantly thinking about who or what is guiding him in his work. He says that, although he is happy with the results of his work, he would like to have a conversation or video with one of his great masters, such as Diego Velázquez or Vincent van Gogh, in order to improve his technique. He believes that, if he could talk with these artists, he would be able to understand their work better and improve it himself.
  • 00:25:00 In this video, Antonio García Villarán confesses that he has had difficulty painting the same way twice. He discusses how he uses his intuition and imagination to come up with new ideas for his paintings. He also talks about how he sometimes struggles to finish paintings, but is always satisfied when he is able to solve them. He shares his inspiration for painting and how it has helped him in other areas of his life as well.
  • 00:30:00 Antonio García Viláán confesses that it is difficult to come up with creative ideas, and that each person will have their own process. He also admits that it can be exact, and that everyone will have their own nightmares and ways of solving the ide. This video will lead us on a journey of creative expression.

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