A painting career mainly supported the use of a technique Impressionist art, and perhaps because of this fact that the tables revolve around the landscape, the composition of figures and portraits, which has reached the appreciation of critics and audiences.
Alejandro Cabeza suddenly grown an impressionist painting that is totally different from the styles, fashions and what you get in the beginning of XXI century. It is a creator of strong character with his nature and understanding the creative act is the opposite of the general taste. has a personal language that does not match this with the ways and fashions of the turn of the century and has a world unequivocal obsessions.
Surprisingly long can maintain almost constantly mesmerized the audience, which accepts joyful vision of landscapes, portraits and compositions of great beauty. In his works, I'm sure the viewer can see a huge variety of subjects-landscapes, seascapes, portraits and figure compositions treated with excellent technical and educational rigor, as befits old formulas Impressionists.
In 2001 the City Council of Valencia published his book Valencian Light, in which was collected one hundred landscapes painted up to that moment. In 2013 is published his book-interview “Painting is human memory and fruit” / interviews Alejandro Cabeza Collection Contemporary of the World 29, Series Research on Memory and Judgment, Madrid / Mexico DF, 2013), an extensive interview published within the framework of the prestigious collection Contemporary of the World, where have already been published other interviews answered by several personalities from the world of literature such as Maria Teresa Andruetto, Fernando Sorrentino (Argentina), Froilán Escobar (Cuba / Costa Rica) and Armando José Sequera (Venezuela), among others, as the acclaimed ballerina Alicia Alonso too.