Mezzo Soprano

By Adriano Numa

Lizet Benrey’s pictorial voice is equivalent to that of a light mezzo-soprano; the audible record of her paintings is able to solve the most elaborated ornaments in that complex musical score known as life, which are banned to other voices. Her art allows our eyes to listen; in a single blow a profound revelation permeates to our very soul thorough the enviable harmony of her concretion.

Her paintings are randomly festive hymns, sorrow arias, poetry, synthesis, echoes of a dream, the core of a protest, reflection or confession; but each one of them is inhabited by that subjugating musicality that only she can utter. Her paintbrush is an alchemist in search of big answers and once we have contemplated her work it sheds light on a new course for us.