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ROMANCE ATLÁNTICO. 2018.  -   Jaelius

Jaelius ROMANCE ATLÁNTICO. 2018.
CARIBEAN AND MEDITERRANEAN: STORY OF TWO SEAS
This elastic piece is about the geoplastic representation of a love story in which the lovers are two geographic characters: two Seas.
Presents a more loving visión of the “discovery” of America that can counterbalance the hardest angle usually mentioned: Violence at the service of the economy.
The two characters in this story are the Mare Nostrum, known as Mediterranean and the Caribean, also known as the American Mediterranean.
In my story the Mediterranean is male or yang and the Caribean femenine or yin.
It ́s a love story that begins millions of
years ago in the Jurasic period. Eurasia
and America were joined together, as
well as the two seas in our story, but the movements on the earth ́s crust tore them apart. The Mediterranean, as its shape clearly expreses, had a tendency towards the Caribean, the way platonic souls that, as two halfs of an orange, yearn to reunite and are predestinated to do it.
When the development of culture and the technical improvements linked to it acquire sufficient level in the Mediterranean, when it is “mature” enough, from it, departs an iniciatic journey, nuptial and fecundatory from the only exit of the Mare Nostrum in the direction it fiscally is pointing to the American Mediterranean:
The Columbus voyage.

GULF OF MEXICO & CARIBEAN SEA II. 2011. -   Jaelius

Jaelius GULF OF MEXICO & CARIBEAN SEA II. 2011.
The pieces on the Gulf of Mexico and Caribean Sea come providentially as a continuation of the Mediterranean Sea series. Theese pieces ilustrate this other “casserole” closed to the west, north and south by the atlantic-american coast of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribean Sea and to the east by the rosary of islands that limit this maritim platform beyond which is the ocean with a much deeper bottom. It is a scenary in which the three Americas look on, North, Central and South, also known as the American Mediterranean, in whose shapes we can look for the secrets and obscure reasons that determine the history “cooked” in it, beyond human influence.

“Mare Nostrum” -   Jaelius

Jaelius “Mare Nostrum”
The pieces on the Gulf of Mexico and Caribean Sea come providentially as a continuation of the Mediterranean Sea series. Theese pieces ilustrate this other “casserole” closed to the west, north and south by the atlantic-american coast of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribean Sea and to the east by the rosary of islands that limit this maritim platform beyond which is the ocean with a much deeper bottom. It is a scenary in which the three Americas look on, North, Central and South, also known as the American Mediterranean, in whose shapes we can look for the secrets and obscure reasons that determine the history “cooked” in it, beyond human influence.

“La pausada belleza del movimiento acuático. OxII” -  Violeta McGuire

Violeta McGuire “La pausada belleza del movimiento acuático. OxII”
This kinetic sculpture is a generative artwork that intends to hypnotise the viewers and bring them into the present moment, interrupting our continuous train of thoughts at least for a little while.(methacrylate, water, metal, water pump, fabric and LED stripe)

“Granadas” 2019 -  Luis G. Mc Pherson

Luis G. Mc Pherson “Granadas” 2019

“Trece Rue” 2019 -  Luis G. Mc Pherson

Luis G. Mc Pherson “Trece Rue” 2019

“ MICKEY “ 2019 -  Luis G. Mc Pherson

Luis G. Mc Pherson “ MICKEY “ 2019

“MARE NOSTRUM XXXVIII” 2018 - Isabel Alonso Vega

Isabel Alonso Vega “MARE NOSTRUM XXXVIII” 2018

“ Sax "  2019 -  Luis G. Mc Pherson

Luis G. Mc Pherson “ Sax " 2019
His work portrays in great detail everyday objects and spaces forgotten in time in a photorealistic style. In absence of a human figure, his paintings seek to abstract the functionality of the object, creating a diffuse aura of mystery in order to provoke questions in the viewer. Luis’ artworks show the artist's great technical skill when handling pictorial resources. The simplicity of his art surprises and catches the eye of anyone who looks at his paintings.

  “ POISON “     2019    -  Luis G. Mc Pherson

Luis G. Mc Pherson “ POISON “ 2019
Small description of your general work
His work portrays in great detail everyday objects and spaces forgotten in time in a photorealistic style. In absence of a human figure, his paintings seek to abstract the functionality of the object, creating a diffuse aura of mystery in order to provoke questions in the viewer. Luis’ artworks show the artist's great technical skill when handling pictorial resources. The simplicity of his art surprises and catches the eye of anyone who looks at his paintings.

“RUIDO” 2019 -  Violeta McGuire

Violeta McGuire “RUIDO” 2019
This kinetic sculpture is a generative artwork that intends to hypnotise the viewers and bring them into the present moment, interrupting our continuous train of thoughts at least for a little while.(methacrylate, water, metal, water pump, fabric and LED stripe)

“La Pausada Belleza del Movimiento Acuático R.I” 2019.  -  Violeta McGuire

Violeta McGuire “La Pausada Belleza del Movimiento Acuático R.I” 2019.
This kinetic sculpture is a generative artwork that intends to hypnotise the viewers and bring them into the present moment, interrupting our continuous train of thoughts at least for a little while.(methacrylate, water, metal, water pump, fabric and LED stripe)

“Dive” -  Vera Edwards

Vera Edwards “Dive”

“Resurgence” -  Vera Edwards

Vera Edwards “Resurgence”

“Introspection” -  Vera Edwards

Vera Edwards “Introspection”

“Struggle” -  Vera Edwards

Vera Edwards “Struggle”

“Velomar” -  Vera Edwards

Vera Edwards “Velomar”

“Nena” -  Vera Edwards

Vera Edwards “Nena”

“Salto” 2019.  -

“Salto” 2019.

“Una mujer de blanco se levanta en el aire, su vuelo es de
destrucción, una superación de las fronteras y limites. Un salto hacia
lo desconocido, confiando en su rumbo hacia un mar lleno de luz”

“Two” 2019 - Isabel Alonso Vega

Isabel Alonso Vega “Two” 2019
This work is an acrylic case inside which, transparent painted layers are superposed, creating an illusion of a three dimensional body.

“Projected Geometry III” 2019. -  Salvador Santos

Salvador Santos “Projected Geometry III” 2019.

Salvador Santos applies light to the geometric elements of this composition in order to elevate it to a new dimension where harmony, serenity and spirituality prevail.

“Geometry panel” 2019. -  Salvador Santos

Salvador Santos “Geometry panel” 2019.
Salvador Santos carries out a profound study of this geometric composition that includes forms of minimalistic origin and pre-Columbian orientation combined, grouped and superposed, creating tensions through chromatic effects of space and vibration.

“One” -

“One”

This work is an acrylic case inside which, transparent painted layers are superposed, creating an illusion of a three dimensional body.

“Two” 2019. - Isabel Alonso Vega

Isabel Alonso Vega “Two” 2019.
This work is an acrylic case inside which, transparent painted layers are superposed, creating an illusion of a three dimensional body.

“One” 2019 - Isabel Alonso Vega

Isabel Alonso Vega “One” 2019

This work is an acrylic case inside which, transparent painted layers are superposed, creating an illusion of three dimensional body.

“Sax” 2019 -

“Sax” 2019

“Smoke” 2019 - Isabel Alonso Vega

Isabel Alonso Vega “Smoke” 2019
This work is an acrylic case inside which, transparent layers, stained with soot are superposed, creating an illusion of three dimensional body.

Exhibiting Artists

  • Isabel alonso vega  (+)

    Biography : Born in Madrid (Spain). Isabel is graduated in Fine Arts by the Universidad Complutense. Currently she lives and works between Berlin and Madrid. In 2013 she starts to give shape and be an active part of the Art Center Urgel 3 in Madrid. This organisation promotes international interaction between European artists through residencies, art exhibitions, international Art Fairs etc. This year her work was shown in numerous galleries in Europe such as Löwenbrau Kunst Zurich (Zurich, Switzerland), in Ulf Larsson Gallery (Cologne, Germany), White Noise Gallery (Rome, Italy) among others. She has also participated various international art fairs: Art Zurich 2017, Art verona 2018, Positions Berlin 2018, Art Hong Kong 2018, Scope Miami 2016/2017, Scope NY 2017, Scope Basel 2017, Art Madrid 2018, Just Madrid 2018, and is represented by Flecha in Spain and other foreign Art Galleries. Also in 2018 Norlinda y José Lima Collection and Room Mate collection have acquired works of hers. She has been selected to art residencies as Rardin Rouge, (Marrakech) and chosen to shou her work in CEART (Madrid)

    Detailed Description : Soot, acrilyc case 50x80x100 cm Isabel Alonso Vega uses the smoke as a resource in her research of fear. In her works fear is presented as a huge and dreadful smoke cloud that only exist in our minds and dissolve when touched. That is why she started experimenting with soot, the black trace of fire. Soot looks intensly black but at the same time it is almost immaterial and very fragile. She creates big clouds of smoke by superiposing transparent layers stained with soot, which have to be kept in acrylic cases due to the fragility of the material. Like a taxidermist, Isabel assembles fear as a hunting trophy.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Isabel Alonso Vega - “Smoke” 2019 “Smoke” 2019
    • Isabel Alonso Vega - “One” 2019 “One” 2019
    • Isabel Alonso Vega - “Two” 2019. “Two” 2019.
    • Isabel Alonso Vega - “Two” 2019 “Two” 2019
    • Isabel Alonso Vega - “MARE NOSTRUM XXXVIII” 2018 “MARE NOSTRUM XXXVIII” 2018

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  • Vera Edwards  (+)

    Biography : Vera Edwards Vera Edwards, born in San Francisco, California 1988, has grown up in Mallorca, she graduated from Fine Art school in Falmouth, England in 2010. After a few years living in California, she is currently back in Mallorca, where she creates her work in an idyllic countryside finca. She is inspired by her own life experiences, and travels. In her latest works she has also dived deep into her memories of the endless summers in Mallorca. Portraying figures and groups of people not completely identified in beach settings. People we can all relate to, we have all posed in a family photo, in a school pictures, and it brings back a nostalgic moment of a different time when things were more simple. There has also been a ‘Change of Perspective’ in life. It shows in her work, she expresses the human connection, the vulnerability and the power it creates. It is through vulnerability that we create this human connection. “I paint what I see in the world around me, its comforting to know I can put paint on a canvas and apart of the subject the paint itself will be protagonist, its the texture and the brushstrokes that give the feeling to the painting. I paint from images that I take or that i find, that evoke a feeling, a memory or a moment in my current life. The island life is a big influence on my work. And the eternal pleasure of a moment of peace in the sun. The longing for a simpler time. La dolce far niente. The sweetness of doing nothing. This is what I would like to transmit.” She has participated in several Group Exhibitions such as: FLECHA 2018 (Madrid, Pama and Bilbao) being awarded with the FLECHAZO award in 2018, Stone Soup (Rag Factory, London), The Summer Show 2017 (Falmouth, Cornwall), Nevertheless Trevathan Terrace (Falmouth, Cornwall), Humanimation, Babahog Gallery (Falmouth, Cornwall)

    Detailed Description : “I paint what I see in the world around me, its comforting to know i can put paint on a canvas and apart of the subject the paint itself will be protagonist, its the texture and the brushstrokes that give the feeling to the painting. I paint from images that i take or that i find, that evoke a feeling, a memory or a moment in my current life. The island life is a big influence on my work. And the eternal pleasure of a moment of peace in the sun. The longing for a simpler time. La dolce far niente. The sweetness of doing nothing. This is what I would like to transmit.”

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Vera Edwards - “Nena” “Nena”
    •  Vera Edwards - “Velomar” “Velomar”
    •  Vera Edwards - “Struggle” “Struggle”
    •  Vera Edwards - “Introspection” “Introspection”
    •  Vera Edwards - “Resurgence” “Resurgence”
    •  Vera Edwards - “Dive” “Dive”

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  • Luis Gómez Mc Pherson  (+)

    Biography : Luis Gómez Macpherson Cadiz, Spain - 1963. He began his Fine Art education at the Cadiz School of Art, and he finished it at the Fine Arts Faculty of the University of Seville, specializing in painting. He has completed international painting courses mastered by Antonio Lopez and Antonio Saura in the Fundation Ratti, Como (Italy) and he has been meber of the International Painting Course Directed by Antonio Lopez in Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz. He has participated in several international exhibitions: 2019 - Affordable Art Fair, Galería NB 7, Hampstead, London, England 2019 – Flecha, Madrid, Spain 2018- Fundación Carlos de Amberes, Madrid, Spain 2017- Espacio Velázquez 12, Madrid, Spain 2016- Galería ROR, Madrid, Spain 2013 - “Present Art Festival of Shanghai”. China 2008- Galería Peironcely. Madrid, Spain 2002- Galería Balboa 13. Madrid, Spain 1999- Galería The America’s Collection. Miami. USA 1999 - Feria de Arte Contemporáneo. Sevilla, Spain

    Detailed Description : ABOUT THE ARTIST LUIS GOMEZ MACPHERSON is a distinguished artist from the South of Spain, who currently lives and works in Cádiz in Andalucía. He was a student under important representatives of Spanish art, such as Antonio Saura and the hyper realistic painter Antonio Lopez, who strongly influenced his artwork and style. His work portrays in great detail everyday objects and spaces forgotten in time in a photorealistic style. In absence of a human figure, his paintings seek to abstract the functionality of the object, creating a diffuse aura of mystery in order to provoke questions in the viewer. Luis’ artworks show the artist's great technical skill when handling pictorial resources. The simplicity of his art surprises and catches the eye of anyone who looks at his paintings. IN MY OWN WORDS “I have always liked drawing and painting, since I can remember. In the beginning, I paid more attention to topics than shapes. I worried about if this or that looked good on canvas. When I studied in the University of Fine Arts of Seville and took several other painting courses, teachers helped me to learn and work with disciplines I didn’t know. But when I found oil painting, it finally allowed me to find my inner voice. It is precisely this technique, the one that allows me to draw insignificant objects, discover their own plasticity and turn them into an integral part of my artwork .It is partly intuition and partly contemplation the elements that guides the creation of the painting. I'm interested in the creative act itself. Apart from fashion and trends, I like to paint.”

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Luis G. Mc Pherson -   “ POISON “     2019   “ POISON “ 2019
    •  Luis G. Mc Pherson - “ Sax "  2019 “ Sax " 2019
    •  Luis G. Mc Pherson - “ MICKEY “ 2019 “ MICKEY “ 2019
    •  Luis G. Mc Pherson - “Trece Rue” 2019 “Trece Rue” 2019
    •  Luis G. Mc Pherson - “Granadas” 2019 “Granadas” 2019

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  • Jaelius  (+)

    Biography : Jaelius Aguirre Madrid, 1956 Degree in Law by Universidad Complutense de Madrid (1979), and, while working some years in private companies, starts his career in the art world, creating the musical group Bajas Pasiones along the Movida Madrileña years, publishing songs and records and performing live in the spanish circuit. In the 80´s works in the moving image industry producing many spot for advertising agencies and directing some musical and artistic videos. From 1989 on to now, concentrates on visual arts, working simultaneously both as an artist and as a curator for arts shows. As an artist, studies in The Art Student´s League in New York (1989-1992) obtaining a scholarship as engraver as well as the 1991 annual prize in painting. Since then he has held over 25 solo exhibitions of his paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures, and many more group shows both in New York and Spain. Has produced over 180 editions of both prints and serial sculptures, many for private and public institutions, as well as self-editions. He has also as participated in more than 30 international contemporary art fairs in Europe as well as other Art exhibitions and Biennales in Asia (South Korea) and Panamá. He has pieces distributed among several public and private collections including the Hispanic Society of New York.

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    •   Jaelius - “Mare Nostrum” “Mare Nostrum”
    •   Jaelius - GULF OF MEXICO & CARIBEAN SEA II. 2011. GULF OF MEXICO & CARIBEAN SEA II. 2011.
    •   Jaelius - ROMANCE ATLÁNTICO. 2018. ROMANCE ATLÁNTICO. 2018.

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  • Violeta Mcguire  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Violeta McGuire - “La Pausada Belleza del Movimiento Acuático R.I” 2019. “La Pausada Belleza del Movimiento Acuático R.I” 2019.
    •  Violeta McGuire - “RUIDO” 2019 “RUIDO” 2019
    •  Violeta McGuire - “La pausada belleza del movimiento acuático. OxII” “La pausada belleza del movimiento acuático. OxII”

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  • Salvador Santos  (+)

    Biography : Driven by his passion for the Bauhaus artistic movement, the Spanish economist Salvador Santos starts his career in arts thought the investigation of color and geometric shapes at the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Chicago, founded as The New Bauhaus School by László Moholy-Nagy in 1937. After more than ten years living in United States and many successful collaborations in the world of art, architecture, and new media, Salvador returned to Madrid where he intensively continued with his artistic work and experiments with the effect of color over shape. For him each color has a spectral vibration that causes different emotions, a kind of chromatic poem that induce a powerful stimulus to the imagination. His work has been exhibited at galleries around the world such as Espacio Mannach (Ciudad de México), Eversheds, Sutherland Nicea (Madrid), Odetta Gallery (New York), The Galerie (Madrid), Ynot Estudio (Madrid), and Arco Galeria (Madrid), among others. Salvador Santos has participated in various international art fairs: Aqua Art Fair Miami 2018, JustMad Art Fair 2019, Almoneda Art Fair Madrid 2018, Almoneda Art Fair Madrid 2019, Affordable Art NY 2018, Affordable Art London 2019, The Decorative Antiques Fair London 2018, and The Decorative Antiques Fair London 2019.

    Detailed Description : The artistic work of Salvador Santos falls into the “Geometry of Light” artistic vanguard. His compositions use primitive geometric forms, combined with more complex ones, to create suggestive spaces and transparencies in a bi-dimensional surface that is revealed to the viewer by applying light to the chromatic proposal. Through this visual scenario the artist seeks his final objective: the study of color. His style, vibrant and refined, leads us to loose ourselves in the pleasant contemplation of the poetic consequences of its geometric forms, of color as emotion, and light as a source of spirituality.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Salvador Santos - “Geometry panel” 2019. “Geometry panel” 2019.
    •  Salvador Santos - “Projected Geometry III” 2019. “Projected Geometry III” 2019.

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Other Represented Artists