North of downtown Barcelona, the Sant Marti’s district was one of the most active industrial areas of the city at the turn of the 20th century. With the perspective of the 1992 Summer Olympic Games, the local government started to revamp some of its neighborhoods. Dozens of plants and workshops were torn down, especially in […]
Black can be mysterious, intense, spectacular. In other words: awesome. You have seen in my other posts that I like to play around with vivid colors, but I am also partial to black & white. And charcoal drawing! How many shades of grey do you see here?
This series is quite abstract, and it is one of my favorites because the random shapes and patterns mean different things to different people. What do you see here, an animal, a person, a drapery? Something else entirely? Leave me a comment to tell me what you see!
It is still time to see the exhibition held at the Casa Elizalde in their Off space. “Pools of Emotions” will be shown until March 27. This picture is one of the most popular of the series. Its title in Catalan is “Encant” which means “Charm”.
It is hard to believe, but in some neighborhoods, people live just like they would in a small village. You see old ladies in their housecoat walking their dog, people taking their chairs outside to get some fresh air, and see the world go by. Barcelona is definitely a friendly city!