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

Amazing Aliya’s Artwork

Original Logo Amazing Aliya Art

Update: 12th December 2019

Went to draw at Circulo Bellas Artes yesterday as was having one of those days. Didn’t want the pressure of a life art class so sat in the room with the still life objects. Chose a pot and a jug to draw and paint.

Still Life
Photo of the pot and the jug
Pencil Outlines
Pencil outlines
Watercolour wash
The pot nearly complete, watercolour wash on the jug
Watercolour Wash
Adding blocks of shade on the jug
Before the final touches
The photo I took before going in further on the jug. Sometimes I take a photo to have a memory of the piece before I go ahead on what I think might be a mistake. I’ve overworked pieces before so this is my way of passing the fear point; I have a photo before the expected mess up.
Still Life completed
Completed Piece! For sale and open to offers! 🙂

The comments I got from the artists sat in the same room were that I work really quickly and that I have an interesting interpretation of what I saw on the table.

I do work quickly, sometimes I want to sit for a couple of hours and finish a piece in that time. Often I start a piece and then I struggle to get back to the way I felt if I come back to it a day later or more. Some pieces are still unfinished because the moment has passed.

Artists that can spend months on a painting have, in my opinion, a strong work ethic rather than something they want to express without words.

November 5th 2019

I’m an artist. I always loved drawing. I remember when I was abut 5 or 6, I drew a life size man on pieces of paper stuck to my wall. I would draw animals all the time. I have a few of my childhood drawings still, of which you can see below, I’ll add more as I find them!

I always wanted a fish tank! I got the most beautiful tank for my 30th birthday. I had to give the fish back to the pet shop and donate the tank when I moved to Madrid. So many tears! You can see videos of my tank on my instagram page, here is one post I love in particular: https://www.instagram.com/p/BeBfCQ4FQM4/

My best work has come from when I was most in pain.

The first time art really helped me with real life was when I was about 15 years old. I was lucky enough to have art therapy classes when I was hospitalised for depression. Encouraged to be able to channel my feelings into a piece of art I created my mermaid.

Taking an image I found on the internet and then painting her in oils over a period of about two weeks, I still have her with me, even after 17 years of moving house and country.

Mermaid – Oils on Canvas Board
https://www.instagram.com/p/BZGlM1AF2Nw/

Abstract art also helps to focus the mind and use your hands for a good use. Sometimes trying to draw a real thing is frustrating. Abstract art with colours and shapes is a healthy way to play with what is going on inside us, without having to assign it meaning, words or labels. Doodling, sketching random shapes and layering colours is something that can help pass bad times in a productive way.

SPIRALS (circa 2001)

Lucky for me my hospitalisation ended soon after I completed my GSCEs. I came off the antidepressants when I left home at 17 and thankfully I started work which kept me busy!

The next time I needed my paintbrushes was when I getting divorced. Another huge amount of stress and desperate not to be on drugs (prescribed or otherwise!) to cope with real life – I was able to channel my feelings into my watercolour animals. You can see them below. I’ve given most of them away to friends.

I have a few images and videos on my instagram, here is my bronze zebra and here is a pour painting a bit more abstract.

I like illustrating so I take a real life subject, either an animal (usually a photo from the internet) or a composition of items (taking a photo helps to put it into a 2D format). Then I draw the outlines and fill in with watercolour. The photo below is of my door stop bull gift from a friend and my salt and pepper mills.

My Home Gallery in London

Since moving to Madrid in May 2019, I have a few pieces I have brought with me for sentimental reasons. Some of them I am happy to sell, others I keep to remind me of what has happened and how I feel I can survive anything.

Listen to yourself – Canvas

Listen to yourself – Daily Practise

This canvas took a few months to create. Most days I would choose a pink or a blue sharpie. Pink for a bad day, Blue for a good day. Then I would write a message to myself , trying to look after for my future self. There are a couple guest appearances from friends that I trust and I gave permission to write on my Daily Practise. I have this is in my office/studio now and every so often I glance at it to remind myself that every day is different, bad ones follow good ones and good ones follow bad ones. Sometime all I need is a rest, or a break. Change is good. The best things take time to create. Decisions can happen in an instance. Nothing is a waste of time. A beautiful thing is never perfect.

The thing about art is it teaches us that nothing is perfect, that is why we love it.

Now I teach art. I want to be able to help people us their unwanted energy states by channeling that energy into something that can hold that pain and upset in a way that allows that person to live on. You can find out about my classes here.

The sales of my pieces fund my lifestyle where I can focus on helping others, if you would like to see any pieces in person, please send me a message so we can set up an appointment. aliya@amazingartsociety.com , call 695272159 or whatsapp 00447826520059.

The freedom of imperfection is true liberation.

My Logo, Original – Watercolour, sharpie on cartridge paper – NOT FOR SALE

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

Nänai: Calle del Barco, 26, 28004, Madrid

Nanai Mauricio Stern
Nänai: Calle del Barco, 26, 28004, Madrid
Calle del Barco, 26, 28004. Madrid

Exhibiting Mauricio Stern

Prices available up on request

Ballena Franca €70 Carved Wood, Painted Board

You can find the Nanai restaurant’s website here, Facebook here, Twitter here, Instagram here and on Trip Advisor here.

I have searched the internet for Mauricio Stern’s work, coming from Argentina it seems like the artwork is not on display anywhere online so you must visit the restaurant to see it in person! However, you can find him on Facebook here, and Instagram here (there are no posts).

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.

Exhibiting David Ruiz Polo – EXHIBITION ENDED

First discovered October 2019

Prices from €80 in this selection of photography.

Nänai: Calle del Barco, 26, 28004, Madrid
Nänai: Calle del Barco, 26, 28004, Madrid

You can find the Nanai restaurant’s website here, Facebook here, Twitter here, Instagram here and on Trip Advisor here.

You can see David Puiz Polo’s artwork on his website here, on Instagram here and Tumblr here.

It was dark when I discovered this place so the lighting made photographing the pieces really difficult. As always, my 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.

Photography for sale in Madrid

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

Kushuro: Paseo de Santa María de la Cabeza, 32, local 4, 28045, Madrid

Paseo de Santa María de la Cabeza, 32, local 4, 28045 Madrid

Exhibiting Nanja Wierda, Maletsatsi Monareng, Tara McDermott – Exhibition Ended Dec 2019

Nanja Wierda, creator of Bananarty

Prices starting from €27.50 in this selection. Prints in various sizes available on request. Photography of Mixed Media.

Nanja’s style is fun and uplifting! The technique is also very clever, drawing on the bananas and then taking photographs of them in special and hilarious situations! Special Commissions are possible on request.

Thanks go to Rus Hughes for this photo: http://www.rushughes.com/

Maletsatsi Monareng

Prices starting from €40 up to €130, in this selection. Weaving with textiles.

Maletsatsi creates truly stunning Wall Hangings made out of natural fibres including Silk, Merino Wool and Cotton. Each piece is unique and is a bundle of bright colours and fluffy textures, wanting to be stroked and touched! These tactile pieces of art would make any home feel more cosy and cultured.

Thanks go to Rus Hughes for this photo: http://www.rushughes.com/

Tara McDermott

Prices starting from €30 without frames up to €165 with frames in this selection.

Tara’s pieces are set in an imaginary world: Tizzyville: The topsy-turvy, fairy-tale chasing, neon-cowboy-country-swampland where dreams you never had come true! Pop Tart Top Dog is nothing but original.

Gallopgallop! Bang! Bang! €165 with frame

In Summary:

You can find the website for the restaurant Kushuro here.

You can find Nanja Wierda‘s, creator of Bananarty, website here, Instagram here and Facebook here.

You can find Maletsatsi Monareng‘s, Instagram here or email her directly : dandelionweaving@gmail.com

You can find Tara McDermott‘s, Instagram here and website 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 Madrid

La Fiambrera: Calle del Pez, 7, 28004, Madrid

Calle del Pez, 7, 28004 Madrid

AWESOME UPDATE: Our next big show will be “Ava, Ava”, by Josh Agle (Shag). Shag in person will fly from California for the opening party / reception, Oct 25th, 19h-21h. Please mark in your calendar!

La Fiambrera Gallery 6/10/19

First Discovered this Gallery 26th September 2019

Exhibiting Many Artists – including Danny Heller, Shag (Josh Agle), Toxicómano Callejero, Sonia Pulido, Ramón Maiden, Shepard Fairey-OBEY in this selection.

What really is impressive about this gallery is the downstairs space. Vaulted brick arches span a larger than you expect space, bigger than the upstairs / street level shop floor, it is a cavern of artistic wonders. I am so glad I got to visit an awesome, very hidden gem in the art world.

You can find the La Fiambrera gallery’s Website here, Instagram here, Facebook here, Twitter here and Pinterest here.

You can find the artists Instagrams here: Danny Heller, Shag, Toxicómano Callejero, Sonia Pulido, Ramón Maiden, Shepard Fairey-OBEY

If you would like to see the bios for all the artists on display in the gallery, look here.

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

La Dinamo Creativa Academy – Calle Divino Pastor, 27, 28004, Madrid

Calle Divino Pastor, 27, 28004, Madrid

Exhibiting Many Artists

Prices available directly from the gallery: call Isabel on 0034 678 287 838 or email ladinamocreativa@gmail.com .

You can find the La Dinamo Creativa Academy website here, Instagram here and Facebook page here.

There are many artists on display in this gallery, mostly students of the school. That means that if you like something from here it’s most likely up and coming artists that would really appreciate the compliment of their work selling!

Feel free to 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 Madrid

La Mancha en Madrid: Calle de Miguel Servet 13, 28012, Madrid

La Mancha en Madrid: Calle de Miguel Servet 13, 28012, Madrid

Exhibiting Marko Mastrocecco

September 2019

Prices €20 to €200 in this selection. Paper, Canvas, Acrylic and Pens

Cristo del metro

You can find the restaurant on trip advisor here as they do not have a website or instagram account.

You can find Marko Mastrocecco’s flickr account here.

More Artwork is on display however my 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.

Exhibiting Pilar Lopez-Villalta Condes EXHIBITION ENDED

First discovered 21st August 2019, ended 6th September 2019

Prices from €70 to €100, watercolours, pastels, unique pieces.

You can find the restaurant on trip advisor here as they do not have a website!

This artist has no presence online that I can find. You will have to visit the taverna to ask for more details about them!

More Artwork is on display however my 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 Madrid

Restaurante VINO MÍO: Plaza de Jerónimo Cuervo 2, 29012, Málaga

Plaza de Jerónimo Cuervo 2, 29012 Málaga

Exhibiting Alejandro Hermann and Ana María D’Ambrosio

Alejandro Hermann

Prices can be obtained from the artists directly.

Alejandro has a blend of street art style techniques on canvas, a few pop art elements and bright colours mixed with a touch of realism. Pretty eye catching and definitely very trendy.

You can find Alejandro Hermann’s website here and Instagram here.

Ana María D’Ambrosio

Ana’s sculptures are a taste of Spanish Flamenco in wood and clay. The energy of the wood as the skirt is very clever. The way the silver gilt shows from the clay part to parts of the wood helps tie the piece together and brings the union of the two main materials. Very pretty and very clever.

You can find Ana María D’Ambrosio’s Instagram here and Facebook here.

Vino Mio Restaurant

You can find the Restaurante Vino Mio website here.

More artwork and sculptures are on display however my 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 Malaga