ART TALK - THE SILK SHAWLS AND CARNATIONS OF SEVILLE

In this ART TALK, Karla Darocas will highlight the Seville artist Gonzalo Bilbao (1860-1938), a painter of Spanish traditions in the Seville school style. His success came by combining Andalucian elements related to customs, regionalism, and symbolism. 

SEVILLIAN GARDEN OF THE SENSES

ART TALK by Karla Darocas will focus on the emblematic paintings of the Sevillian "garden of the senses" where history, popular past, light, colour, sounds, and pleasant domestic visions yield an appreciation of Sevilla landscape art.

2nd Summer Season of Spanish ART TALK 2021

FREE ZOOM LESSONS about some of my favorite Spanish Paintings & Artists and their Historical Stories.

** ART APPRECIATION will help you to enjoy your living and traveling in Spain so much more because when you visit the magnificent cultural museums, castles, cathedrals, art galleries, you will undoubtedly see art all around you!!💗


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Benefits:
Lessons give adults the chance to reconnect with learning and/or increase their knowledge base.
- become more understanding of Spanish culture and formulate new perspectives.
- gain confidence to travel more in Spain and abroad for fun, for yourself, for fulfillment.
- appreciate and take part in activities within the learning environment and the local community and make new friends.

CATALAN MASTERS OF LIGHT EXHIBITiON

ART LOVERS - IT'S TIME TO TRIP ON DOWN TO MALAGA!!

The Carmen Thyssen Malaga Museum has opened a new but temporary exhibition that they are calling, "Painting the Light", but is only there until October 17th, 2021.

It is a collection of the vibrant and romantic 19th to mid 20th century Catalan masters. This was a fascinating group of artists who were united by their desire to progress art into a modern era but not lose any of the charm and technique of creating an act of the mind and soul. 

These works are not only intriguing, reflecting on everyday Spanish life, but they are also beautiful. Capturing the spirit of Spanish culture, the art lover can marvel at their magical light, and painterly qualities while feeling like they have wondrously stepped into a retrospective vision of Spain.

Displayed at the exhibition will be fifty-three works including painting, cultures, and drawings. Evidently, this is the most personal collection of Baroness Carmen Thyssen, owner of the museum and renowned art collector, because these works are a reflection of her personal tastes and interests given her sentimental closeness derived from her Catalan origins.