“Lines and brush strokes make me feel comfortable. The canvas and I live in an apparent innocuous complicity, rich in internal manifestations, which are then externalized and expressed on the canvas through different colors and textures.” Loreto Labbé.
Labbe likes to use the different aesthetics and inherent richness that live in tones used in Mexican culture. The abstract techniques she uses reflect the complex nature between the artist and her work, leaving us trapped in the midst of a story that forces viewers to end it on their own within the limits of their own imaginations.
Her work lets us catch a glimpse of the everlasting secret between the artist and her memories, the artist and her experiences, and the artist and her reality. It is because of this that we are able to appreciate the different approaches that throughout the canvas. It is as if small notes, intimate revelations to herself, that in some ways become essential to her being flow through each piece. Once a piece is finished, the artist sees the equilibrium, harmony, and complicity reflected in her daily life.
Labbe likes things to be just, lightweight and pleasant. Her sense of humor, as important as it is in her daily life, can be seen in her work as the last stroke is done in such a way that only masters of the art can handle, on which is far from anger and born through love and acceptance.