Sualglass Gallery/studio celebrates Day of the Dead
By Susana Alonso
Jaime Adán was born in Spain, youngest of four children, worker father and artist mother artist. Growing up in an unsettled atmosphere in a family from which he had to be apart, were enough motivation that since childhood he has renounced a his sedentary lifestyle and the conventions the contemporary society requires, surrendering himself to creativity.
Traveling with Arts
By Jaime Adán
Sat, Nov 3, 6-9pm
Fábrica La Aurora
Observing the world, Jaime traveled around Western Europe, Morocco, South America and Mexico, where he now lives. His experiences as a traveler awakened in him the inspiration to create his artistic work, which now he shares in this exhibition.
Jaime’s work is a portrait of the daily happenings, reflecting the poverty and riches of the people who, despite their enormous cultural differences, keep their sense of humanity.
His work emphasizes the rural reality, whether a piece showing us a landscape with cows and plow under a midday sun, whether it shows the wrinkles around the eyes of a ranchero in Michoacán, or whether you look at the lines that he made when he stopped to paint three indigenous traders in Cuzco, Peru.
No doubt, a visitor could stop by to enjoy an artistic work that talks about experiences, those which transcend the memory to live in the heart; this is what Jaime wants to share. Visit us this November 3, at Fabrica La Aurora, and enjoy this extraordinary exhibition.