Librería Café La Fugitiva: Calle de Santa Isabel, 7, 28012 Madrid

La Fugitiva: Calle de Santa Isabel, 7, 28012 Madrid
Librería Café La Fugitiva: Calle de Santa Isabel, 7, 28012 Madrid

Exhibiting Isa Molina

Prices available directly from the venue and the artist, see contact details below.

Whilst waiting for a friend to arrive at a nearby bar I will be holding laughter yoga workshops and art classes in this year, I discovered this library-slash-coffee shop-slash-gallery.

At first glance I assumed it was a book shop, then I noticed it could be a coffee shop only as there were people sitting and drinking coffee, then as my eyes are not tuned into spotting art flyers, I noticed the poster in the window, so this space seems to be a lot of things in one location!

Librería Café La Fugitiva: Calle de Santa Isabel, 7, 28012 Madrid

Walking in to the shop I was met with rows and stacks of shelves covered in books. a real book lovers dream, AND they serve coffee!

Librería Café La Fugitiva: Calle de Santa Isabel, 7, 28012 Madrid

A few tables dotted about the place provided space for guests to sit and read or learn something, a couple of customers seemed to be learning languages, which reminds me I need to practise my Spanish more!

Librería Café La Fugitiva: Calle de Santa Isabel, 7, 28012 Madrid

The artwork is on display high up above the shelves and on the walls, the ones not covered in books! These bright collage pieces are playful and bright, some are portraits with a childlike aspect of the character of those portrayed.

Librería Café La Fugitiva: Calle de Santa Isabel, 7, 28012 Madrid
Librería Café La Fugitiva: Calle de Santa Isabel, 7, 28012 Madrid

Isa Molina’s pieces seem typical of Spanish art: bright, playful and emotive. This exhibition finishes quite soon, I look forward to seeing what’s next on display in this book lovers heaven!

You can find Librería Café La Fugitiva‘s Facebook page here and on Instagram here and on Trip Advisor here.

I’m still searching for the contact details for the artist Isa Molina, if you find them, please send me a message, or you can contact them directly through the Librería Café La Fugitiva‘s Facebook page here.

Art for Sale in Madrid

Estudio de Oscar Estruga: Calle de Fúcar, 17, 28014 Madrid

Estudio de Oscar Estruga: Calle de Fúcar, 17, 28014 Madrid
Estudio de Oscar Estruga: Calle de Fúcar, 17, 28014 Madrid
Estudio de Oscar Estruga: Calle de Fúcar, 17, 28014 Madrid

Exhibiting Oscar Estruga and Susana Estruga

Prices from €25 for unique pieces of handmade jewellery and from €60 for artwork. Sculpture, Drawings, Paintings, Jewellery.

Walking around Barrio de las Letras is a wonderful experience for art lovers as it is packed with galleries, art schools and creative spaces. I was captivated by the large scale sculptures visible in this studio from the other side of the street!

Estudio de Oscar Estruga: Calle de Fúcar, 17, 28014 Madrid
A cavern of creativity!

When I entered I was surprised to see the artist of some of these amazing pieces sitting on the client side of the desk. His daughter, Maria, the jeweller, was on the phone so I looked around whilst she finished her call.

The style of work from Oscar is incredible, the sculptures are larger than the life: a voluptuous woman hangs from the ceiling, also featuring in the centre of a large bronze bull on a pillar in the sea (photographed below). You can take home a metal representation of this sculpture, or opt for a custom made sculpture if you wish.

Estudio de Oscar Estruga: Calle de Fúcar, 17, 28014 Madrid
Photogrpahed: Pasifae, in Barcelona – 1987, mini sculptures available to buy in gallery.

Romanesque vibes emanate from drawings and paintings with curly and fluid lines. Drawings highlighted with watercolour tints are ready to take home with you from a suitcase and drawing folders dotted about the gallery.

Estudio de Oscar Estruga: Calle de Fúcar, 17, 28014 Madrid
A suitcase of drawings!
Continuous line drawings with watercolour
Estudio de Oscar Estruga: Calle de Fúcar, 17, 28014 Madrid
Striking style of drawings, a head on a plate presented to a committee of sorts!
Estudio de Oscar Estruga: Calle de Fúcar, 17, 28014 Madrid

The front window display, hand made jewellery

Sculptural jewellery displayed in the front window, invites the wearer to touch and explore these hand made and unique pieces. Super tactile and incredibly well made, Susana signs the jewellery Diseños Krahe, continuing the legacy of her late mother Maria Luisa Krahe’s designs and influence.

You can find the Studio of Oscar Estruga‘s website here, Facebook here and on Instagram here.

You can find Diseños Krahe‘s Facebook page here and Instagram here.

For direct contact to make an enquiry you can use these details:

oscarestruga@gmail.com or disenoskrahe@gmail.com

T. 91 139 36 66, T. 646 037 620

Art for Sale in Madrid

Soho Art Madrid: Calle de Don Pedro, 20, 28005 Madrid

Soho Art Madrid: Calle de Don Pedro, 20, 28005 Madrid
Soho Art Madrid: Calle de Don Pedro, 20, 28005 Madrid
Soho Art Madrid: Calle de Don Pedro, 20, 28005 Madrid

Exhibiting Many Artists

Prices available from gallery directly. Canvas, Boards as well as bespoke artwork available to order.

This venue is an entertainment art studio located in the historical Vistillas Garden in the centre of Madrid. I was very interested to visit as the artwork displayed here is a mix of the owners of the business and the students who can visit the space for an art workshop.

Soho Art Madrid: Calle de Don Pedro, 20, 28005 Madrid
Soho Art Madrid: Calle de Don Pedro, 20, 28005 Madrid
Soho Art Madrid: Calle de Don Pedro, 20, 28005 Madrid
Stunning Artwork for Sale in Soho Art Madrid
Soho Art Madrid: Calle de Don Pedro, 20, 28005 Madrid
Some Pieces for Sale on display in the gallery

If you would like to visit the space for a class, you must book in advance. You can contact Soho Art directly : info@sohoartmadrid.com or by phone: + 34 919-415-109

You can find Soho Art Madrid’s website here, Facebook page here, Instagram here and Twitter here.

Art for Sale in Madrid

Swinton & Grant: Calle Miguel Servet 21, 28012, Madrid

Swinton & Grant: Calle Miguel Servet 21, 28012, Madrid
Swinton & Grant: Calle Miguel Servet 21,  28012, Madrid
Swinton & Grant: Calle Miguel Servet 21, 28012, Madrid

Exhibiting Many Artists

Prices available from the gallery. Modern Art, Ironworks, Canvas, Textiles, Illustrations, Cartoons, Paintings and Prints.

This is a gallery and bookstore, combining a fantastic range of styles of artwork and an enormous diversity of books. Upstairs the bookstore is crammed with creative and fun publications and a sofa invites you to sit and read a while! Comic illustrations and kooky artworks feature on the walls. Downstairs a modern and surprisingly large art gallery with achingly modern art placed on the walls visible in between the pillars that support the ceiling.

Swinton & Grant: Calle Miguel Servet 21,  28012, Madrid
Grant Library – Bookshop on ground floor
Swinton & Grant: Calle Miguel Servet 21,  28012, Madrid
As you descend the stairs into the gallery you pass this wall of artwork for sale.
Swinton & Grant: Calle Miguel Servet 21,  28012, Madrid
The Swinton Gallery in the Lower Ground Floor.

This particular exhibition is on from the 29.11.19 to 4.1.2020 only. Called No Pain[t], you can read more about it here.

The artists on display are, click them to find their Instagram channels:

108 (ITA), CAROLINA LINDBERG (SPN), E1000 (SPN), ELBI ELEM (SPN), ELTONO (FRA), MARTINA MERLINI (ITA), OX (FRA), SRGER (SPN), SUE975 (SPN)

Swinton & Grant: Calle Miguel Servet 21,  28012, Madrid
Upsatirs some of the artwork on the walls! Second item from the right -Artist: Klub 7, €85.

You can find the Swinton & Grant gallery’s combined Website here. You can visit the Swinton Gallery website here and the Grant Bookstore website here.

You can find The Swinton Gallery’s Instagram here, Facebook here and Twitter here.

I walk past this gallery on a weekly basis! In the heart of Lavapies it offers an unusual atmosphere; the cosy American style bookstore upstairs with the contrast of a stark gallery beneath, hidden away and a true hidden gem. What makes it special is it is a completely different character from most of the shops and galleries in Madrid.

The exhibitions are changed frequently so pop in and have a look at what is on display or check their website to see the most up to date details. Happy Art Hunting.

It would be super helpful to everyone involved in this project, if you visit please can you say that you found the place on this website: Amazing Aliya, so that we can see that this project DOES help connect people together.

Sería muy útil para todas las personas involucradas en este proyecto, si al visitar un local recomendado por nosotros, menciones que lo encontraste en nuestro sitio web: AmazingAliya.com, para que podamos ver cómo este proyecto está ayudando a conectar a la gente.

Art for Sale in Madrid

Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia: Mercado de San Antón Calle Augusto Figueroa, 24, 2 planta, E-28004, Madrid

Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia: Mercado de San Antón Calle Augusto Figueroa, 24, 2 planta, E-28004, Madrid
Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia: Mercado de San Antón Calle Augusto Figueroa, 24, 2 planta, E-28004, Madrid
Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia: Mercado de San Antón Calle Augusto Figueroa, 24, 2 planta, E-28004, Madrid
Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia: Mercado de San Antón Calle Augusto Figueroa, 24, 2 planta, E-28004, Madrid
Second Floor of the building is where you will find the entrance to the Institute. Go up the escalator into the food market, head towards the back of the building, go up the escalator again to the level with the cafes and bars inside, turn left and walk around to the the glass doors.

Exhibiting Susanna Autio and Rose-Mari Torpo

Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia: Mercado de San Antón Calle Augusto Figueroa, 24, 2 planta, E-28004, Madrid
The first view of the exhibition
Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia: Mercado de San Antón Calle Augusto Figueroa, 24, 2 planta, E-28004, Madrid
Mixed Media
Stunning detail of the central piece from the photo above
Mixed Media, Sculpture, Printed Metal

You can find the Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia’s website here, Instagram here, Facebook page here, Twitter here and Youtube Channel here.

The post for this particular exhibition is here, opened on the the 14th of November and on until the 10th of January, make time to visit this space when you can. There is a trailer for the exhibition here:

You can find Susanna Autio‘s (1966 born in Helsinki, Finland) website here and Instagram here. Ever wondered what embroidered mince meat looks like? There is a brilliant article about her recycled artworks here. Direct contact details are 0035503791394 and susanna.autio@gmail.com

You can find Rose-Mari Torpo‘s (born 1977 in Rauma, Finland) website here and Instagram here. On her website whilst discussing a previous exhibition:

Since it is challenging to submit colour to a logical or verbal analysis, it is difficult to discuss or write about it. The colour affects our subconscious mind, memory and collective history in a unique and irreplaceable way. It touches the non-cognitive, deeply sensorial and irrational level of ourselves. 
Colour is a psychological and physical experience of the observer. The viewer with her presence and perception makes the significance of the artwork. 

https://rosemaritorpo.weebly.com/exhibitions

I had no idea this place existed even after visiting the market few times to buy food! Only when I ventured up to the cafes level and went to the far corner, did I spot the flyer for the exhibition on the glass door of the entrance:

One of my favourite games is “does it open?”. It’s a simple game and often I get to see the behind the scenes of many places and objects! I pushed the door and I won! Stepping into the space I was greeted by the lady at the front desk, I explained in my broken Spanish about this project and asked permission if I could take photos. The two artists were there in the space and I deeply regret not asking for a photo with them. After chatting with the co-ordinator of the event I was told it was the launch day and I was invited to the evening drinks! Unfortunately I had other plans however I’m delighted that I was able to discover the space and take the photos before the general public else had a chance to visit.

These pieces seem simple at first glance, and they are. They are a perfect example of contemporary art, an experimentation of colour, material and dimension. Keep in mind that both artists are from Finland and a deeper level of Scandinavian minimalism also plays a part in the style displayed. Researching the artists and their previous works, the layers of understanding and the respect for the formation of these pieces of art grows. I love the recycled aspect of the work, using old things to make new things and giving them a second chance or second life. The bright colours are attractive and the play of different medias mixed together keep the observers attention.

The pieces seem untitled and without prices so please contact the artists directly for more information.

It would be super helpful to everyone involved in this project, if you visit please can you say that you found the place on this website: Amazing Aliya, so that we can see that this project DOES help connect people together.

Sería muy útil para todas las personas involucradas en este proyecto, si al visitar un local recomendado por nosotros, menciones que lo encontraste en nuestro sitio web: AmazingAliya.com, para que podamos ver cómo este proyecto está ayudando a conectar a la gente.

Art in Madrid

Nissi Rephidim Care: Plot 7, Wilson Avenue, Jinja, Kampala (PO BOX 6333), UGANDA

Nissi Rephidim Care
Plot 7, Wilson Avenue, Jinja, Kampala (PO BOX 6333), UGANDA
Plot 7, Wilson Avenue, Jinja, Kampala (PO BOX 6333), UGANDA

UPDATED 20th November 2019

I’ve been meaning to create an article using the artwork from the children at Nissi Rephidim Care to explain some of the different types of art available to everyone to try!

Finally it’s completed and I’d love your feedback! All the art work from the children is for sale. Please message me directly on aliya@amazingartsociety.com to place and order and organise shipping. All profits go directly Nissi Rephidim Care.

See if you prefer the “masters” of the style or the children’s’ fresh approach!

Non Objective Artwork

Lots of us may have been lucky enough to have drawn a swirly-wirly line on a piece of paper and then filled in all the created shapes with different colours or different patterns. If you’ve never tried it, you must! It seems simple enough and it is. For a particular age bracket, who remembers using the computer program Paint to fill in the spaces? Believe it or not, this particular style of art has a name: Non Objective Art. This style of art was popularised by Lawyer turned Artist Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944). However the first artist to name this style was another Russian, Aleksandr Mikhailovich Rodchenko a dedicated leader of the Constructivist movement.

At first glance it’s easy to say, these are all abstract pieces however there is a difference. I was curious what makes Abstract Art different from Non-Objective Art? After a bit of research I’ve learnt the difference comes from what inspired the piece. If the piece is inspired by (a) reality then the artwork is abstract. If the piece is without recognisable forms and created “out side” of (a) reality then it is non-objective. If you would like more information about Non Objective Art have a look here.

Abstract Expressionist / Action Painting

Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) an artist who died in a car accident from drink driving aged just 44, was famous for bringing the abstract expressionist movement to the forefront of art history, sensationally taking the spotlight away from France and placing it firmly on North America, particularly New York.

Action Painting typically is spontaneous in creation: unplanned drips, splashes, pours, dribbles and daubes of paint form energetic, passionate and emotionally charged paintings.

It is often commented that these styles of paintings are ‘easy to create’ or look messy, I would have to agree that they are. However, after studying the way that Pollock created Blue Poles Number 11, there seems to be some method in the madness. Anyone can splash a bit of paint onto a canvas however creating a balanced composition, an ‘all over’ approach and a random style is much harder than you think.

For example, the eyes with the brain love to recognise patterns. It’s part of the problem solving/creative function of our brains. Sometimes the brain creates a pattern where there isn’t one: I call these coincidences. Making a visual piece of art that has no pattern for the brain to follow is extremely difficult as the brain is often able to create a pattern out of nothing. The best action paintings, or abstract impressionist paintings are the ones I feel captivate and keep the viewer looking for a pattern, without giving them one.

Art from memory

David Hockney (1937- present) an iconic British Artist has been quoted as saying “We see with memory”. I’ve spent a couple of days thinking about how memory affects our perception of our surroundings.

A piece of art drawn from memory will always be a perception of a moment which has passed. Our emotions will have evolved over the period of time that passed in between the event and the time the piece of art was made. Hard feelings soften or fears and concerns grow depending on the person. Also memory is one of our worst recordings of what happened as it’s always tainted with our perceptions of morality and personal bias.

What an amazing smile!

This is why I believe that every portrait is part self portrait. I’ve been lucky enough to have posed for art classes and I’ve always seen a striking difference in the way people have drawn my face or my body, often I can see a similarity with their own faces and bodies in the sketches or paintings. This is completely independent of their ability to draw.

Remember a model can be portrayed in the same class, in the same pose in an infinite number of ways, even when all the artists are focussed on the same, one instance. The artists are drawing with a mix of the present moment (the subject in the room) and also all their memories of what they think can be put into a piece of art. Experience comes with time mixed with effort – In contrast – Disappointment comes from time mixed with lack of effort.

A piece of art created by a person, even when focused on a subject outside of themselves is still a mix of energy between the subject and the artist. This magic blend is what creates a style. Many artists are recognisable by their style; I imagine this is the special and unique display of the play of energy between artists and subject. It’s a fascinating phenomena and I would love to introduce it to you.

If you have never attended a life art class, I invite you to the classes I hold in Madrid.

Whilst researching memory I came across an interesting article here from Harvard Medical School about how to preserve and improve your memory as you age. I imagine personality to be a bundle of thousands of memories displayed in the way a person behaves. If memory deteriorates then you could say part of a person’s persona dissolves. Anyone that has known a person that has been affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can understand how devastating this can be. One of the most easy and fun ways to keep your memory is to keep learning new things.

Learning how to draw!

I imagine the children at Nissi Rephidim Care have drawn scenes from their lives, with bright colours and happy memories. These children are vulnerable, no family to speak of and only the care and support of Daniel and his team. I find it incredible these children can laugh and smile, draw images of a scene in the street and their schools where they play games and with footballs. It’s clear to me that Daniel is doing whatever he can to create happy memories for these children.

Collaborative Art

There are some wonderful collaborations which have been recorded in history, you can read about them here .

Whilst researching articles on how collaboration can affect he brain I found this. An article written for The CEO Magazine, explaining that :

When it comes to cooperation and collaboration, this means there are deep seated, neurologically-based differences in our perceptions, assumptions, and selection of which stimuli we act upon and which ones we overlook.  To be effective as part of a team, or any relationship for that matter, it is critical that we understand what drives our impulses and what drives the impulses of others.

Karen Gordon, http://media.the-ceo-magazine.com/guest/neuroscience-and-collaboration-understanding-brain-better-people-management

How does this relate to the artwork from the Children of NRC? Remember, these are vulnerable children, they are more susceptible to emotional and behavioural problems. Having no roots means they are untethered, without a family structure it will be difficult for them to understand social and family hierarchy. Often orphans or children from broken families have no good role models to look up to and have no encouragement on how to look after themselves and then others.

It is vitally important that a sense of collaboration and community is instilled in them at a young age in order to help them integrate into society as they get older.

From personal experience I understand what it feels like to be alone in the world, without strong family connections or good support from peers, it’s easy to fall into bad habits of drugs or damaging relationships. All because of growing up in non-collaborative environments, I’ve excelled in competitive markets (I’ve been very successful in my sales career), but that takes a toll on more fulfilling relationship types – partnerships. It’s taking years of personal development to overcome these tendencies to be a loner, to be an outsider, to give up even before starting, and now I to try my absolute best to bring and support others together in a group. It’s still a bit lonely sometimes working on my own, which is why I so actively seek collaborations and ways to bring people together, even if I end up still being on the outside. My fragile hope is more people identify with this feeling and decide, like I do, to change the bit of the world they can in order to make it a bit easier, a bit brighter and a bit better for the future generations.

That’s why I want to do everything I can to support the work that Daniel creates through NRC: helping the children understand and enjoy working with each other on a something as simple as a common art project is absolutely vital to giving these children the best possible future.

Children of Nissi Rephidim Care

If you would like to buy a piece of artwork in order to support the cause, please get in touch with me on hola@amazingartsociety.com or 00447826520059.

The Apple, a universal symbol for knowledge.

Knowledge is the key to success in life

Benjamin Franklin

UPDATE 4th November 2019

More to report! After more conversations with Daniel we are keen to put together a trip to visit the children in 2020. You can find a few more details on the MeetUp group here.

The artwork created by the children is for sale, prices vary and shipping prices are to be confirmed. When I visit I will be bringing pieces back in my luggage so perhaps with a bit of patience you could have a piece by June 2020!

Daniel is working with some respected organisations including The British Museum, Childrens’ Museum of Pittsburgh and Uganda National Museum.

In the meanwhile have a look at their most current portfolio of information:

First Published October 21st 2019

Exhibiting artwork from the Children of Nissi Rephidim Care

This is my most favourite thing in the world right now 11.11am 21st October 2019

To support and care for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children throughout their spiritual, emotional, social and physical lives through strategic partnerships.

Nissi Rephidim Care Mission Statement

I first heard about Nissi Rephidim Care through a friend. We were organising a meditation MeetUp group in Madrid and thinking about plans for the future. My friend told me about a friend of hers that had been travelling around Africa and had visited Nissi Rephidim Care.

The organisation has plans to build a Vipawa Children’s Art Museum for the art works the children create with Kids Art Creations Program.

Of course at first I just wanted to book my flight and go and see the place for myself, however as always I didn’t want to travel on my own.

I will be organising a MeetUp group for June 2020 which will allow you to come with me so I have company and you can see the good work with your own eyes. Join the Amazing Art Society here and the event here.

Founded in October 2012 as a Community Based Organisation, Nissi Rephidim Care in 2015 became an NGO. The organisation has a great way of showing what they are doing and how they progress.

I liked their page on Facebook and within a day or two Daniel Atwenda sent me a message to say “Aliya thanks for the like and for reading and believing in us. It’s a pleasure …”

Here are a few screen shots of our conversation as it flowed:

For you skeptics, below is the Registration Document for Nissi Rephidim Care as a NGO in Uganda.

Registration of Registration NGO

Daniel has a plan and is doing what he can with the help of volunteers to realise it for the children. Reading what inspired him, it’s easy to want to help the cause:

Nissi Rephidim Care merged out of a deep desire from the heart of Daniel Atwenda who encountered with God speaking to him, a situation where innocent street children were being beaten on the streets of Jinja for begging in 2005 and that’s how God spoke to his heart to be the change these young lives need and share God’s love, through giving and acceptance.

Daniel Atwenda

As I read through the pages of work that has already been accomplished by Daniel I’m amazed. I’m not particularly religious, it’s difficult for me to pick one or any religion as an answer to my problems. “How can there be a God that allows all the darkness to persist?” However I am so grateful that people like him and his associates can create such wonderful projects, led with such power.

What I believe is that only some people, led by whatever higher power or inner pain, can choose to do things that help others.

I applaud Daniel for taking action on what he feels is his purpose: protecting, enabling and creating a better world for the children in his care.

Can you say you have created something with better purpose?

Vipawa Childrens Art Museum Design Process

What happens next and how you can help.

I want to help Daniel because I have felt orphaned/abandoned in the past by family, friends, coworkers and society. This approach of enabling children through their creative talents in art resonates so hard with me that I feel like a part of me is already in Uganda right now and I need to go there to get it back. Maybe it’s my heart wanting children so much, or the desire to see how a broken family can function, or to see how people like Daniel continue to support so many when it seems as if they have so little.

As an example of first world problems manifested, all I want is to be useful somewhere so why not assist an Art Museum for Orphaned Children in Jinja Uganda?

If you want to join me when I visit in June 2020 Join the MeetUp event here.

If you want to buy a piece of artwork send me a message and I will add you to the waiting list, as soon as I have a selection of pieces available for dispatch I will email you the pictures and prices for you to choose from: hola@amazingartsociety.com

If you want to donate directly to Nissi Rephidim Care you can transfer money directly into their Charity Bank Account using these details:

  • Account Name: Nissi Rephidim Care
  • Account number: 6005038047
  • Bank: Barclay’s Bank of Uganda

You can find lots of information about Nissi Rehidim Care on their Facebook page here. They have had over 3,200 checkins!

Their website needs work and they are looking for volunteers to help create it. If you want to help with the website send Daniel a message on his Facebook page here.

There is also a YouTube channel here where you can see a few videos of the children here.

Randomly this health and beauty website has more information about Nissi Rephidim Care here.

A message from Nissi Rephidim Care:

NISSI REPHIDIM CARE 

Nissi Rephidim Care invites you to partake with us in the Vipawa Children’s Art Museum Project (VCAM) Land fundraising campaign. The project aims at bringing children’s art to life, securing a rich heritage for African Communities.

Our goal is to raise 200 million Uganda shillings an equivalent to USD $55555.55 for securing 4 acres by the lakeside on which the museum structure will be constructed. Here is an artistic impression of a woodcarving prototype of it.

To contribute to VCAM project land of NRC, you can deposit money directly on our account. 
Ac/ Name: Nissi Rephidim Care 
Ac/ No: 6005038047 Barclays Bank 

For mobile money you can send a contribution to +256757204552 /+256783856775 under the name of Daniel Atwenda.

You can also contribute by visiting our offices on
Plot 7, Wilson Avenue, Jinja. 

We encourage you to continue to pray, participate, provide, recommend, and mobilise partners for this great work of giving children’s talents a home to explore, practice, learn, preserve children’s abilities, and build talent.

Visit and read from us at www.nissirephidimcare.org and like share our facebook.com/nissirephidimcare

To support and care for Orphans and other Vulnerable Children throughout their spiritual, physical, social and emotional lives through strategic partnerships.

Final thought:

Choose to learn about the world.

Choose to help.

Take Action.

Enjoy the good you did.

Estrellados, Espacio De Art: Calle Estrella, 4, 28004, Madrid

Estrellados, Espacio De Art: Calle Estrella, 4, 28004, Madrid
Estrellados, Espacio De Art: Calle Estrella, 4, 28004, Madrid

Exhibiting Alain Cugnenc, Lorena Domingo Aliaga and other artists.

Prices from €25 for jewellery. Creative items such as Jewellery, Ceramics, Canvas and more.

Estrellados, Espacio De Art: Calle Estrella, 4, 28004, Madrid

You can find Estrellados Espacio de Arte’s Facebook page here. It’s a brand new gallery and studio space, only opening in November 2019!

The space is fresh and bright with a great display of the artwork, jewellery and ceramics in an accessible way that’s very inviting. They have great gift ideas, the artwork is captivating and the jewellery is cleverly designed and well made.

You can see Alain Cugnenc’s Intagram here, Facebook here and website here.

You can see Lorena Domingo Aliaga’s Instagram here and Facebook here.

I really urge you to visit the space and discover a fresh approach to how a working studio and gallery can be created. There are lots of pieces with great details that can’t be captured in a photograph, also when I discovered the space it was night time so the photos I could take were in difficult lighting! Happy art hunting!

It would be super helpful to everyone involved in this project, if you visit please can you say that you found the place on this website: Amazing Aliya, so that we can see that this project DOES help connect people together.

Sería muy útil para todas las personas involucradas en este proyecto, si al visitar un local recomendado por nosotros, menciones que lo encontraste en nuestro sitio web: AmazingAliya.com, para que podamos ver cómo este proyecto está ayudando a conectar a la gente.

Art for Sale in Madrid

Alejandro Hermann Art: Av. Boulevard Principe Alfonso von Hohenlohe s/n C.C. Tembo, Local 4, 29602, Marbella

Av. Boulevard Principe Alfonso von Hohenlohe s/n C.C. Tembo, Local 4, 29602, Marbella

Exhibiting Alejandro Hermann

Updated 7th November 2019 – First Published 3rd October 2019

Prices available from the gallery, email directly to gallery@alejandrohermann.es

Roots
Roots 2
LE NOIR EST UNE COULEUR 85

You can find the Gallery for Alejandro Hermann Art on Google maps here. The virtual tour of the gallery here.

You can see Alejandro Hermann on Instagram here and their website here.

These canvas are created with Chinese ink, oil or pigments with mixed media on several mediums such as canvas, linen or structure. Alejandro has a striking minimalism approach, following the influence of the Korean artistic movement Dansaekhwa.

I am so happy to be able to share this gallery with you all as it is officially the first submission directly through the website. I discovered Alejandro’s work in a restaurant in Malaga and when we got in contact he was so complimentary of my website, I was so grateful. After a short phone call with his lovely assistant Isabel, I am delighted to present this gallery to you through the successful completion of the submissions form.

More artwork and sculptures are on display however, as always, photos don’t do them justice. Please visit and have a look for yourself. Thank you so much for reading this far and happy art hunting!

It would be super helpful to everyone involved in this project, if you visit please can you say that you found the place on this website: Amazing Aliya, so that we can see that this project DOES help connect people together.

Sería muy útil para todas las personas involucradas en este proyecto, si al visitar un local recomendado por nosotros, menciones que lo encontraste en nuestro sitio web: AmazingAliya.com, para que podamos ver cómo este proyecto está ayudando a conectar a la gente.

Art for Sale in Málaga

Red Flack Comics: Calle de Ruiz, 3, 28004, Madrid

Calle de Ruiz, 3, 28004, Madrid
Radar Comics, Calle de Ruiz, 3, 28004, Madrid
Calle de Ruiz, 3, 28004, Madrid

Exhibiting Many Artists Including Dario Adanti, Roberta Vázquez, Miguel Ángel Martin, Raúl Arias, Toño Benavides, Celipe Perroloco

Prices starting from €33

Red Flack Comics: Calle de Ruiz, 3, 28004, Madrid
Art for sale in a corner of the shop you can’t see from the street! True Hidden Gems!
Red Flack Comics: Calle de Ruiz, 3, 28004, Madrid

This is such a cool hidden gem because from the outside the place looks like a comic book shop, only when you go inside do you se this hidden corner with lots of really unusual artwork for sale! These are from local artists as well as comic book and graphic novel artists!

You can find Red Flack Comic‘s Instagram here, Facebook page here , Twitter here and their website here.

You can find the artists on Facebook here: Dario Adanti, Roberta Vázquez, Miguel Ángel Martín, Raúl Arias, Toño Benavides, Celipe Perroloco

You can find the artists on Instagram here: Dario Adanti, Roberta Vázquez, Miguel Ángel Martín, Raúl Arias, Toño Benavides, Celipe Perroloco

I absolutely recommend you pop in when in the area and have a look, as always the photos don’t do the pieces justice!

It would be super helpful to everyone involved in this project, if you visit please can you say that you found the place on this website: Amazing Aliya, so that we can see that this project DOES help connect people together.

Sería muy útil para todas las personas involucradas en este proyecto, si al visitar un local recomendado por nosotros, menciones que lo encontraste en nuestro sitio web: AmazingAliya.com, para que podamos ver cómo este proyecto está ayudando a conectar a la gente.

Art for sale in Madrid

Institut Barcelonès d’Art (Reial Cercle Artistic): Carrer de Casanova, 117, 08036, Barcelona

Institut Barcelonès d'Art (Reial Cercle Artistic): Carrer de Casanova, 117, 08036, Barcelona
Institut Barcelonès d’Art (Reial Cercle Artistic): Carrer de Casanova, 117, 08036, Barcelona

Exhibiting Many Artists

Prices available directly from the gallery.

Institut Barcelonès d'Art (Reial Cercle Artistic): Carrer de Casanova, 117, 08036, Barcelona
Composition of 25 Canvas mounted on a large board.
Institut Barcelonès d'Art (Reial Cercle Artistic): Carrer de Casanova, 117, 08036, Barcelona
Institut Barcelonès d'Art (Reial Cercle Artistic): Carrer de Casanova, 117, 08036, Barcelona
Institut Barcelonès d'Art (Reial Cercle Artistic): Carrer de Casanova, 117, 08036, Barcelona

This is a studio space where the courses take place under the Reial Cercle Artístic. They have Facebook page here and Youtube Channel here.

The actual institute (Restuarant and Bar also) and it’s details can be found here: Website for Reial Cercle Artístic here, Instagram page here and their Facebook page here.

As always, photographs don’t do the pieces justice so please visit and have a look for yourself. Thank you so much for reading this far and happy art hunting!

It would be super helpful to everyone involved in this project, if you visit please can you say that you found the place on this website: Amazing Aliya, so that we can see that this project DOES help connect people together.

Sería muy útil para todas las personas involucradas en este proyecto, si al visitar un local recomendado por nosotros, menciones que lo encontraste en nuestro sitio web: AmazingAliya.com, para que podamos ver cómo este proyecto está ayudando a conectar a la gente.

Art for Sale in Barcelona