Pedro Perdomo:
Paisaje y forma local


A solo exhibition showing the last artworks by the young Canarian artist Pedro Perdomo.

His colorful oil paintings take us to a universe of feelings such as calmness and introspection.

A creative proposal where human shape meets local landscapes.

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Cosimo Gottschall:


The relationship between humans and nature is the central theme of the new series of paintings entitled "HumaNature" by German artist working in Fuerteventura Cosimo Gottschall.

An artist in his mid-twenties who mainly uses black Indian ink and coloured watercolour ink to bring motifs to life in his own unique, continuous line art style.

The three-week exhibition features a wide variety of works created since his stay on the island. On display, for example, are his interpretations of human cactus motifs, rock portraits and paintings in which humans and nature are one.

Romy Zangerle


Artist Romy Zangerle presents a selection of works that embrace various moments of her artistic career.

She uses different means of expression such as photography, collage, acrylic paint, Indian ink, charcoal and dry pastel.

She uses objects that she finds as well, such as torn posters and vintage newspapers that she collects during visits to different countries. By incorporating them to her artwork, she gives them a new life.

Her art is a call to the heart of every person to consider their position in relation to nature.