lfonso Barrera (Cádiz) abstract painting is a celebretion of color, chance and composition, like if the artist thanks to his travels and experiences had accumulated an endless storage of shapes and lights.
In a few words, all important things to tell gravitate, because Antonio Gandano (Arcos de la Frontera) is living culture, one of the few that carries inside the three instances of time: past, present, and future.
Even if Cristina Castellsague (Barcelona) has been painting for a relative short amount of time, her work presents a complete set of knowledge and experiences in interior design, fashion and cinema, as well as many personal experiences and living stages.
Fernando G. Duran claims that art is created, while craftwork is born. The craftsman with his work and talent helps to give birth to items that have a function or fulfil a necessity. However, art is game, chance, pure creativity without function or creativity.
From archeology to ceramics. Inés Casas's career as an archeologist took her to excavations, investigations and researches about ancient ceramics that ended awakaning in her the passion for the art of the craft.
One of the sensations we feel when we observe the creations of Isabel Moltó (Pamplona, Navarra) is «south». A journey to the North of Africa, Mediterranean light and the Atlantic vast experienced across her moving ceramics and textiles.
Íñigo Calleja claims that purpose, function and balance would be three good concepts to define his approach. But it is in the last one, balance, where we can dig deeper, both in Íñigo's creative process and his pieces.
Lightness, flexibility and finesse emanate from every piece made by Jesús Pizones, qualities that we would hardly associate with wood, and yet they naturally flow and converge in every one of his creations.
Lucrecia González-Santiago is a searcher, an explorer that makes of creative process an aesthetic way of life. Her work is an existentialist pictorial biography where inspiration, reflection and beauty have generate a diverse rich complex approach.
Tradition and avant-garde that meet each other and express themselves in Pepe Muñoz's ceramics. The work of this gaditan ceramist is defined by a constant will of experimentation, process in which chance determines many times the final configuration of the pieces, both in form and decoration
Rocío Montero's life (Arcos de la Frontera, Cádiz) and Knot to Knot is a story made step by step, knot by knot. A vital creative process linked to macrame that started on her childhood as her personal self-learnt discovery.