Vinylism

Hello Monday! I would like to start this week with appreciation and good vibes. I have started to practise sport and I feel very good. Days get longer and we are all amazed by this summery weather in the city. Sunny days make me happy! With many plans and hopes for the coming days, I […]

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World Collage Day 2018

It’ s been a while! The last month has been a busy whirlwind of deadlines, courses, friends visiting, volunteering, creating new collages, etc. I’ve been neglecting my blogging duties but I am back. Today in this post I wanted to inform you that  Kolaj Magazine declares Saturday, May 12, 2018 World Collage Day to celebrate collage art. Kolaj […]

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My new Animal Series

This week I have been creating a series of collages using animal images and shapes. I guess the inspiration came from the quality time I spent at home for Easter with the little ones of the family. I tend to use animals in my creations. I suppose, they represent  me, my emotions, and my personal […]

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OKUDA ‘The multicolored equilibrium between animals and humans’

Last week while on holiday in Valencia I attended to the Okuda exhibition  ‘The multicolored equilibrium between animals and humans’  that is held in Centre el Carme. In 2018 the city of Valencia has given Okuda San Miguel the opportunity to take part in Las Fallas by letting him develop his most important sculpture project […]

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Easter Break

Hi everybody, I am back from Easter break! For me Easter Holidays are a great time of year to get away from the city and charge batteries. This year I spent a week between Valencia and Madrid visiting my family. In my opinion Easter  week is a great time to visit Spain. The weather can […]

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The Other Art Fair

Hello! This past Sunday I had the chance to attend to The Other Art Fair here in London at Victoria House. Around 130 of the best emerging artists handpicked by a committee of art industry experts were there. For my surprise,  as soon as I  walk into the space, I met one of the artists […]

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València en Falles

From today until the 19th of March the festivity «Les Falles» or «Las Fallas» hits Valencian Region, Spain, the region I am coming from. Las Fallas is held in honour of Saint Joseph (the city’s patron saint) and the arrival of spring. Les Falles was added in 2016 to UNESCO’s cultural heritage. The origins of the festival […]

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Women’s Day

I remember when I was a little girl and we were celebrating the International Women’s Day at School and my boy friends were asking: why we celebrate Women’ s Day? and they were joking about it. Back in that years of School ( twenty years ago) I didn’ t really know the importance of that […]

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Breaking down Taboos

Why we need to talk about periods way more? Talking about periods is still taboo. Menstruation is a subject that all cultures still so uncomfortable discussing at some level. Talking about periods would increase the quality of life for millions of women around the world. As a society we have a lot of work to […]

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Flamenco Festival

Do you ever go to the theatre to see live performances? Have you ever seen a Flamenco performance? Flamenco is an art form that came from the emotions of the people, from Spanish gypsy families who created it together over generations.  Flamenco dancers try to express their deepest emotions by using body movements and facial […]

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