Amador Vallina exhibits in Germany, Spain and UK
In December the spanish artist Amador Vallina shows paintings, mixed media, monotypes and sculptures in Trier (Germany), Madrid (Spain), Norwich (UK) and Palma de Mallorca (Spain).
For Immediate Release:
Mainz/Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, November 30, 2009 -- The multi-faceted work of Amador Vallina is shown at the german Gallery Kaschenbach in Trier, the 19th Artist's Fair "Feria de los Artistas" in Madrid (Spain), the 2nd Small Art International Exhibition in Norwich (UK) and this week at the opening show of the new gallery "Galería K" in Palma de Mallorca (Spain).
His main subjects are informel, abstract and non-referential paintings on canvas and paper, but also monotypes, original prints and sculptures of steel, wood and paper.
Vallina is specializing in creating rich surfaces, textured to sculptural reliefs by using multiple layers in mainly earthy shades. He not only uses typical artistic materials for his compositions like pigments and acrylics but sands, ashes, rust, plants, bones and - sometimes entire animals. Dead animals which he found, like a dried moorish gecko, a skeleton of a rat or a over driven and therefore plane little bird. It is not to provoke the viewer. He makes them alive in his "natural" creations.
The Fair and Exhibitions:
Since Oct 2009 ongoing, Galerie Kaschenbach, Fleischstr. 49-50, Trier, Germany
27.11.-08.12.2009 XIX Feria de los Artistas (19th Artist's Fair), Atocha Cercanías, Madrid, Spain
01.12.2009 Gallery Opening Show, Galería K, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
11.-13.12.2009 2nd Small Art International Exhibition, Dragon Hall, 115-123 King Street, Norwich, UK
2009 permanent exhibition, Espai Obert, Sant Pere, 20A, 07012 Palma de Mallorca, Spain
About Amador Vallina
Amador Vallina, born in 1957 in El Entrego, Asturias, Spain, changed at the beginning of the 70th to Germany. Since 1999 he also works in his second studio on Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain.
His art work has been shown in many group and solo exhibitions in Europe and can be found in collections in Germany, Switzerland, Spain, USA, Denmark ...
For high resolution images and more information about Vallina and his body of work visit his website at www.amador-vallina.com and contact Ditta U. Krebs.
Ditta U. Krebs
C/. Joan Alcover, 34
E-07012 Palma de Mallorca
T +34 - 660 - 644 276