Author Ramón Muriedas
The original idea of joining Marilyn Monroe and Santa Teresa de Jesús comes at the end of the seventies. Seated one together to the other. On the same two-seater sofa. Two opposite characters that connect with each other. Leaders in their field, acting and the spiritual field.
Marilyn stands out for the sensual beauty that her hair expresses, beautiful features and a captivating but decent skirt; Santa Teresa, with the veil that also reveals her beauty, her immaculate and charismatic face, the cassock covering her legs. The humor is latent, it seems as if they look at each other and can guess what they think.
This empirical concept arises from the profound spirituality of Ramón Muriedas and his sense of enjoying an “intelligent” or “ecological” freedom respecting beliefs and ideologies.