When a painter, chooses the seabed of our island platform as the appropriated place to install his easel, not only singles out an unusual proposal, but also shares with nature itself, the wonder of creation.
When Sándor González, endued with all the clothing of a diver, disposes himself to paint with the oil technique at a depth of six or seven meters, the most likely spectators are the fish while the true intruders are people who wish to witness this unprecedented experience.
While it is true that, in certain circumstances, seeing him concrete on the canvas the skills of his profession, we evoke the complex simplicity of a look where imagination has no limits, we are at the same time facing a genuine confidence of the right to exist within the purest ecological breath.
Deciding to accompany Sándor on this diving, is to become the authorized staffs to celebrate the privacy of when the painter proceeds to give life to a work of art, but at the same time we enjoy the privilege of contemplating all the diversity of the fauna of the place from a humanistic perspective, when we inhabit each space on our planet, even at the bottom of the sea.
In this regard, the materials used by Sándor do not harm the environment, even the dozens of giant pots from the ceramic workshop of the artist Lázaro Valdés, which decorated by other colleagues and the painter themselves lie on the seabed, so soon It becomes a safe collection for plants and fish.
Not for pleasure his Underwater Gallery Transeúntes, located by the Cultural Fund Assets at the International Diving Center of Punta Perdiz in the Ciénaga de Zapata, represents for Cubanacán as a point of tourist attraction of great interest, specifically because of the presence of the unusual gallery, unique in our archipelago.