"Polimita 11" 

​              11"x 14"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

                                "Polimita 13" 

​              11"x 14"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

                   "POLIMITA 3" 

​             30"x24"  Oil on Canvas

                     "POLIMITA,TE QUIERO PARA SIEMPRE" 

​                                48"x 36"  Oil on Canvas

             "Bella, Ojos de Flores" 

​       36"x 24"  Mix medial on canvas

         "Comenzando la mañana" 

​       36"x 24"  Mix medial on canvas

                                   "Polimita 9" 

​              12"x 16"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

                                "Polimita 10" 

​              11"x 14"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

                   "POLIMITA 2" 

​           30"x24"  Oil on Canvas

                      "POLIMITA 4" 

​              24"x 18"  Oil on Canvas

                      "POLIMITA 5" 

​              26"x 22"  Oil on Canvas

                        "Woman"  tribute to the Women's History Month 2019  

​                           30"x 28"  Mix medial & Embroidery on canvas

                "Penzando en tì" 

​       36"x 24"  Mix medial on canvas

            The Creator of Polimita

              "SMELL THE FLOWERS" 

​              28"x 22"  Oil on Canvas

                     "POLIMITA 6" 

​              48"x 36"  Oil on Canvas

                                   "Polimita 8" 

​              12"x 16"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

    POLIMITA SERIES

            "POLIMITA CUBANA" 

​          48"x36"  Oil on Canvas

                                   "Polimita 7" 

​              12"x 16"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

             "Sueño de Asusena" 

​       36"x 24"  Mix medial on canvas

                            "Polimita Sentimental" 

​              12"x 16"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

                 "POLIMITA VERDE" 

​              26"x22"  Oil on Canvas

 "THE RAFTERS 'S VIRGIN" (La Virgen de los Balseros) 

​                      48"x 36"  Oil on Canvas

                                "Polimita 14" 

​              11"x 14"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

                                    "Polimita Divina

​        53"x 67"  Mix media, pigments and embroidery on canvas

                "POLIMITA DE MAR" 

​              26"x22"  Oil on Canvas

                             "Polimita de flores" 

​              12"x 16"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

Balseros (Rafters, from the Spanish "Balsa", Raft) is the name given to the persons who emigrate illegally in self constructed or precarious vessels from Cuba; the Cuban Rafters almost always disagree with communism of the Castro Regime. 

                                "Polimita Brava" 

​              12"x 16"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

            "Cuba Nostalgia 2018" 

​       32"x 24"  Mix medial on canvas

                                "Polimita 12" 

​              11"x 14"  Mix Media & pigments on Canvas

            "POLIMITA PARA SIEMPRE" 

​             48"x36"  Oil on Canvas

​Considered by many experts as the most beautiful land snail in the planet, its exclusive quality lies in its unique polychrome shells. The very name of these snails describes this special and distinctive feature: the word polymita is formed from two Greek roots—“poly” which means many and “mitos” which means thread or stripes.

The beautiful perfect lines come in many colours, except blue. Legend has it that a beautiful Indian girl was loved by an Indian cacique or chief and in order to win her love and not having pearls or diamonds to give her, he set out one day to capture the yellow of the sun, the green of the meadows, the brown of the mountains, the pink of flowers, the white of the foam at the crest of the waves…but night caught him unawares and he was not able to capture the blue of the sky, being satisfied with securing the black of night. This is why there are no shades of blue in polymitas.

Polymita species exhibit shades of red, purple, lilac, pink, yellow, orange, brown, green, white, black, gold, ochre and terra-cotta, among others. One of the most beautiful images of our natural landscape is a tree with hundreds of polymitas resting on its trunk. During prolonged drought, these land snail form colonies where they aestivate very close to one another.

Although most polymita shells have brilliantly coloured stripes, some are almost monochromatic with faint lines of the same colour. Their perfect spirals are reminiscent of nature’s most mysterious phenomena—the rainbow, sea waves, tornadoes, clouds…

which remind me the mystic and the spirit of the Cuban Ladies...                    

                                                                                 Roberto Garcia Marquez

                     "EMIGRANTES" 

​              48"x 36"  Oil on Canvas

                        "Polimita Exiliada" 

​       40"x 40"  Mix medial & Pigments on canvas

ROBERTO GARCIA MARQUEZ

     

                         "POLIMITA" 

​                 48"x36"  Oil on Canvas

                           "MUJER" 

​                 36"x 24"  Oil on Canvas