"My painting transmits the poetry of everyday life through shapes and colors."
Spanish artist Pablo Guillamon has exhibited in various establishments and cities including Lorca, Granada, Madrid, Murcia, Paris, Miami, Huesca, Barcelona, Zurich, etc.
In 2021 Pablo Guillamon was a semi-finalist at the ARTBOX.PROJECT World 1.0. Zurich, Switzerland and in 2019, a finalist in the National Painting Prize "Art without Barriers", Albacete, Spain.
For Pablo, his works are an expression of his deepest feelings on everyday life. In his realistic work, he tries to find the poetry of shapes and colors that configure our real world. In his abstract works, the strokes of light and color move the observer to a warm and cold place at the same time. Hot in the feelings, cold in the observation.
In his own words: "An image is the past of everything that has been during the time elapsed in its composition. Colors create different and harmonious visions that can not always be seen.
These works represent this eternal and continuous contradiction."
2022 Finalist 55 Artavita Art Contest Art Expo New York, New York, United States
2022 Avatarte Ralist Painting Contest. Maruja Mallo Exhibition Hall Madrid, Spain
2022 Biennale Art Expo. Venice, Italy
2022 Contemporary Art Gallery Online. All CityScape. Wilmington (Delaware) U.S.A.
2022 Realism. The last vanguards Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain
2022 Urbanside Gallery. Zug, Switzerland
2021 Mention Luxembourg Art Prize 2021
2021 Contemporary Art Gallery online Exhibition. Wilmington (Delaware) U.S.A.
2021 Gálicca Art Gallery. Santiago de Compostela, Spain
2021 SwissArtExpo, Zurich. Switzerland
2021 V Salón de Pintura Realista. Centro Cultural Moncloa. Madrid, Spain
2021 Casa América. "Arte en Red" . Madrid. Spain
2021 Semi-Finalist ARTBOX.PROJECT World 1.0. Zurich. Switzerland
2021 Contemporary Art Gallery Online's Digital Art Exhibition.
Wilmington (Delaware) U.S.A.
2021 ArtBox Gallery. Project World 1.0 - Zurich. Switzerland
2021 Mundo Arti Museum. Special Christmas
2020 II Internacional Museo Virtual Mundoarti
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