For the viewer, it can be a small stimulating artistic journey to go from one artist to another, to see how each one interprets in his own way the theme that the gallery has proposed, to observe contrasts, differences and affinities ...
Leticia Feduchi is the first time she exhibits in the gallery, and in a while she will do it again individually. The works he presents focus on the summer, its fruits and flowers, and are painted in the natural light of that time of year.
José María Guerrero Medina has focused on a particular month of the year, in May, and highlights the evolution of the same field of wheat that is burning poppies week after week ...
Carlos Morago presents four landscapes of parks, painted in four different seasons of the year.
Josep and Ramón Moscardo have chosen scenes that for them symbolize life in each of the seasons.
Marcos Palazzi, has led his ironic and festive gaze towards four winter landscapes inspired by the Cerdanya.
Alejandro Quincoces has focused on the rain, which goes through all the moments of the year and which temporarily turns into snow.
Eduard Resbier creates a fictitious scene formed by four high mountain peaks, from different places, each painted in a different season of the year. The artist visually links the mountains, suggesting that with respect to the peaks there are no distances or changes in time.
Xavier Rodés presents four scenes that symbolize, both the subject treated and the light used in each painting, winter, summer in Ibiza and autumn on the east coast of the United States.
Gonzalo Sicre interprets summer with an interior scene that exudes warmth, autumn through an urban landscape electric light competes with the last remnants of daylight, and winter represented by a sea of grayish color crossed by a single wave that it merges with the same tone color.