Image: Don Quijote - pluralista.
A new high quality exhibition features 10 works by two members of the Andalusian International Artists Group which commences on 01st November and will remain open until the 28th of November.
Roger Cummiskey from Ireland and Mijas Costa and Roger Ayala from Cuba, exhibit different techniques and styles, including oil and acrylic on canvas, watercolors and ink on paper.
The exhibition takes place at the galería of restaurante LUCIA, Calle Maestra Angles Aspiazu, 17, Fuengirola, Malaga, Spain - up the road from the three horse fountain.
The gallery owners congratulated the artists for the quality of the exhibits, and highlighted the good work being done by the AIA. "The artworks bring a fresh look for Autumn. They are in complete contrast to each other and yet are in harmony. It promises to be a delightful exhibition."
The AIA-Group was formed seven years ago by professional and dedicated visual artists from around the World, and is based in Andalucía. Further information is available from the AIA web site www.aia-artgroup.com or the Chairman at 952592652.
Roger Rodriguez Ayala was born in Pinar del Rio in Cuba in 1957. He graduated from La Facultad de Arte y Letras de la Universidad de La Habana.
Critics describe his art as naive, calm and full of tenderness, an important message for peace. In his world of art there is a great message of love with a very deep sense of innocence. Beauty and humanity shine through.
The paintings of expressive faces contain a duality of joy and sorrow, of light and dark, day and night, moon and sun, man and woman etc. Several of the paintings express a silent melancholy or you could say thoughtfulness, pensiveness, awareness or whatever pops up, while you are having your conversations with the faces.
Ayala is a new member of the AIA. This is his first exhibition with the group.
Roger Cummiskey was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1944. He studied art at the National Collage for Art and Design in Dublin and has exhibited extensively around the World representing Ireland at the Florence Biennale and in International exhibitions in Stockholm, London and New York.
Cummiskey´s paintings take their themes and titles from the wanderings and writings of James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Miguel de Cervantes.
Cummiskey is chairman of the AIA and also a founder member.
This Exhibition is supported by Blevins Franks, Financial Advisors.