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Monday, June 25, 2018

THE LOST ARTIST – Named, but not found

Seven years ago I went searching for the illustrator of a sketch of the eastern slope of Gibraltar, including The Caleta Palace Hotel, which...

BOUND BY THE BRUSH – A tale of three friends

Three lifelong friends exhibited their paintings at Sacarello’s last September in a talented display of innovative artwork that, being so diverse in style, meshed...

RACHEL SIMKISS – From dance studio to art studio

Rachel Simkiss is the director of the Clarendon Fine Art Gallery located at 46 Dover Street, Mayfair; the heart of London’s premier art district....

Kitchen Studios

Adorning the steps of the Calle Comedia on the evening of the 24th of November; a banner which read ‘Kitchen’ was not advertising the...

ROLLING STONES – in bright tones by Hanna

Exactly 1207 stones and pebbles from the shores of Gibraltar and nearby coasts, beautifully painted in vivid acrylics - and arranged in harmonious circles...

ANIMAL INKLING – with just a dash of brightness

Clean sharp lines, attention to detail, black ink flowing with assertive, quick, precise strokes, and just a dash of bright colour in the form...

PURE & RAW – Dilapidated backgrounds maximise the impact

Against the media sensationalism splashing the monster all over the front page for the newsboy‘s convenience, writer Catherine Nuza wants to tell the story...

A CAPELLA – standalone voice of fine arts and romance

Abstract artist Capella Van Ryan is returning to Gibraltar where she and her husband Colin were married 13 years ago, to renew their vows...

BLEACHED & SATURATED – Tony Lara pursues ‘credit crunch’ art

They say that necessity is the mother of ingenuity and Sevillan artist Tony Lara is proving how ‘arte povera’ - artwork with high creativity...

EARTHY & HEARTY – ‘Metamorphosis’ of colours and watercolours

Watercolourist Tessa Neish is having her artistic homecoming this month with a much anticipated solo exhibition at Sacarello’s, guaranteed to make your coffee sweeter...