It would be wise, however, to avoid the surrealist temptation of referring to the onioric. Although Redondo likes contrats, superimpositions and images that would make more than one surrealist feel at home. And although she does elongate forms and figures producing effects similar to the "meltings"so typical of the Breton group, she contrast them against blue skies and filmy clouds, imposing an entirely different philosophy then the surrealist. Irony does not figure in Redondo's work. It is a much more transparent exercise where evocation of memory and an instinctive sensuality seem almost to vibrate. Perhaps because she appoached them from a view removed from time, a narrow reduction meant to restore mystery."
Miguel Fernández Cid