"Felipe Oyarzún's visual work is mainly composed of drawing and painting, he also works with light and movement in the creation of artifacts".
He studied Design in Chile, later he made engraving, serigraphy, sculpture and painting workshops. His work has gone through various stages and experimentations: from its figurative beginnings, through Abstract Expressionism, Informal painting, Concrete Art, to settle in a visuality of geometric synthesis, exploring space, light and how axes of his creative research. He has exhibited in Mexico, the USA, Argentina, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany and Chile, he has also participated in some group shows and fairs. In 2014 he made a residency in Malaga to paint a mural in the Flow & Art project. In 2015, he was invited by the Chilean embassy in Berlin to exhibit his work at the Nord Art international fair. He lives for three years in Berlin where he participates in some group shows; in this period he wrote the book Nature and Archetype, an essay on modernity, man and art, currently published in Chile.