The Catman’s artistic language lies somewhere between action painting and pop art; with a trademark combination of lines and texts, his work is available in both small and very large formats.
The words he writes set the rhythm for his paintings, brimming with colour and contrast, thus creating a universal language.“Creativity is my religión”.
“I have always found nature to be fascinating: animal behaviour, the shape that flowers and plants adopt and the way we, human beings, are part of that process; the subtle measure of ambiguity which blurs the line between the ordinary and the extraordinary”.
V. Linares uses a colourful and emotional language to describe everything that interests her. Forests and these small mysterious animals called “guspirus” that inhabit her paintings are the perfect excuse to show, partially hidden by the simplicity of the forms, emotional states and the range of human relations.
“A CIELO ABIERTO this artistic proposal is inspired by the architectural perspectives of Barcelona. Chromatic scenes that derive from the optic generated through the multicultural and colorful brewing that occurs in the streets. It's a works that intends to invite the spectator towards different reflective atmospheres, relieving the daily chaos" F. Rainone
As an artist, Fortuny’ dream is creating abstract artworks that engage art lovers and transport them to good sensations while provoking nice feelings right to the soul. Her aim is to wake up feelings, positive thoughts. Her artwork is also harmonic and decorative.
Hailing from Barcelona, Josep Cerdá is a multidisciplinary artist. He reveals his world through 1001 techniques: Concrete wall decoration, or Painting with paper collage and Indian ink...
V. Hariga is a belgian graphic designer and illustrator. Traveling in the world with her sketching book, these everyday life moments become subject to screenprinting artworks, creating unique pages of her travelbook...
Madá quotes Gaston Bachelard to discuss his artistic work: “Life begins well, it begins enclosed, protected, all warm in the bosom of the house.” This is how we begin; then comes the desire to build spaces, nests and to represent them, perhaps with the aim of creating a different dimension.
“To me clouds are intangible, whimsical and ever-changing, as is light. And this converts them into a fascinating subject to depict: recreating the elusive moment of their movement. Every time there is a cloud in the sky, you will feel accompanied.” F.Totoro