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Spring Garden

A corner of my neighbour, Ute’s garden. I loved the play of light and shade. Also the painted mauve furniture complimenting the pot and flowers. 59 more words

Bit of Spanish art in Vancouver

If you wish to go to Barcelona, getting into the fantastic museums, having a picnic in Guell Park, taking a picture in front of the… 126 more words

Passion Beyond Tradition

Punt de vista, by Regina Saura

In our last visit to New York a few weeks ago, we chanced upon Campton Gallery, on Prince St. and W. Broadway. A spotted it first, and when we came closer we discovered the entire space was dedicated to one artist and to what seemed at first view as one painting that spread around the entire room of a beautiful forest in foliage shades. 422 more words


The Alhambra Palace from the Mirador San Nicolas

One of the most popular views of Granada featuring the Alhambra with the Sierra Nevada behind. I have painted this scene several times and I captured it again on my last visit to the city when, although it was a sunny day, there had been fresh snowfalls on the sierras the night before and the snow line was low. 76 more words


I love it when professors save the best for last. This video touched me so much I had to take a few minutes and blog about it. 144 more words

A Young Spanish Master

Jordi Diaz Alama is still only a twenty-something, but already a masterful realist painter with both a successful commercial illustration and portrait career, as well as well-reviewed gallery showings in Europe…and a growing reputation her in the U.S. 33 more words

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