Intrigued by the name of the painting, I looked for information in Internet, our portable encyclopedia. I have seen in the past Pérez Celis observing the environment, the landscape, and reflecting it in paintings, but Leuvuccó, what a strange name!.
Here is the story of these paintings and the explanation of how the creative process worked for Pérez Celis. Sketches were rare, he sat in front of the blank canvas leaving his imagination free.
He used to listen to music or radio to engage the "superficial" mind and let the "creative one" spring out of the depths of his spirit. The landscape engraved somewhere on his retina, was deploying itself on the canvas.