Exhibition in Cartama displays the artists humble beginnings on the Costa del Sol

Free exhibition: Featuring reproductions of established artists Credit: Twitter

UNTIL March 6, the exhibition of watercolours “Comienzos” by Josefina Molino, can be visited in the Biblioteca de Estación de Cártama. The exhibition was inaugurated last Saturday by Councillor for Culture, Alicia Aranda and the coordinator of the Red de Bibliotecas de Cártama, Cristina García.

A closing ceremony, on March 6, at 7 p.m., will include a talk by the painter entitled “Otra forma de ver un cuadro”. Admission for the exhibition and for the closing ceremony is free.

Josefina Molino has been a student of Eduardo Salazar’s workshop for four years. His exhibition “Comienzos” shows his beginnings as a watercolourist. Some of his works are reproductions of established artists such as William Merrit-Chase, Peter Sheeler or Pau Roig i Cisa. Nature is one of the themes that this painter is most passionate about, which is realistically inspired by images of natural spaces and photographs taken by José A. Cortés.


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