Dani Maresma Art | Exhibitions on Brick Lane Gallery in London
Last April I made my first exhibition in London at the Brick Lane Gallery. It was a great experience to exhibit in the fashionable area of the British capital. The exhibition was performed along with three more artists: Ruth Richmond, Verena Terekina, Jade Clisson and Daniel Clayton.
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Exhibitions on Brick Lane Gallery in London

Last April I made my first exhibition in London at the Brick Lane Gallery. It was a great experience to exhibit in the fashionable area of the British capital.

The exhibition was performed along with three more artists: Ruth Richmond, Verena Terekina, Jade Clisson and Daniel Clayton.

I would like to indicate the presentation statement of my work done by the Brick Lane Gallery:

“Dani Maresma is exhibiting a series of large scale portrait works, focusing predominantly on the eyes of the figures. His use of ink and acrylic on paper is visually striking, and his portraits’ large eyes bare down on the viewer.  Working for more than 25 years in the design world, first as a graphic designer and currently as a jewelry designer, his imagination has always been surrounded by image culture and the work with color and form. For about 15 years, his passion for art, specifically painting, led him to start experimenting in this field, initially as a complement to their work. His painting is based on the portrait, form, abstraction and color. The combination of these four elements led him to experiment with the mediums and materials to convey sensitivity and spirituality. In this series of portraits, the emotions of the character are represented through a human form that is not perfect. ‘We arrange humans to transmit to others an image that does not represent reality, we are happy when we really are not. Through deformities of the characters  we represent the emotional state’.”

In the not too distant future we’ll see again in London 😉
Thank you for all the assistants to the exhibition and if you have any questions about the exhibited works you can contact me that I will be glad to answer your question.

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