Saturday, September 12, 2015

Jordi Diaz Alama

Jordi Diaz Alama



Jordi Diaz Alama is a Spanish figurative artist and academician. He creates beautiful soulful paintings. He is skilled in making a definitive shape from thought, understanding the incomplete nature of reality. Diaz Alama creates an atmosphere which draws the viewer into his world, the characters in his works often deep in the midst of thought.

Born in 1986 Jordi Diaz Alama is the winner of Figurativas 2011, an award granted by the Foundation of Arts and Artists at the MEAM Museu Europeu Art Modern in Barcelona. He recently won the International Prize for Drawing LI - Guillot Ynglada organized by the Royal Academy Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi. Diaz Alama studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, where he currently teaches in the department of drawing. He previously received a grant from the Arauco Foundation to work with the painter Guillermo Munoz Vera in Madrid, and he also worked with the Norwegian artist Odd Nerdrum.

Kate Zambrano

Kate Zambrano





A consistently wide-eyed wanderer, Kate Zambrano explores the human condition though visual stimulation.  Often coupling the standard idealization of beauty with a deep, haunting melancholy, she uses monochromatic and subtle colors in her paintings to create a genuine and simplified journey into individuality.  She works with different mediums and techniques as well as incorporating texture and drips to create an unsettling concept of what is attractive.