Workshop of Paintings

Art is above all just a state of mind

Jose Cerezo (Alicante, 1967) is a painter who mastered various techniques such as graphite, oil or watercolor. He faced a canvas with just 12 years old, self-taught, he learned the techniques while growing their creativity. Cerezo has made many exhibitions, workshops and painting courses for all ages is one of the exponents of contemporary Spanish realism.

  • Overhangs the realism of his “graphites” in large tables.
  • His watercolors, large, capture color and exceptionally light.
  • The oils are a true reflection of the Mediterranean environment where it operates.

You can read some interviews that have been made to the artist. And a video art by film director David Valero and music composer Miguel Hortelano. José opened his own school-workshop drawing and painting in San Vicent del Raspeig being one of the founders of Art al Carrer

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In this workshop  of paintings will be held at the residence of artists art N ground located in Cuevas del Rodeo, Rojales (Alicante).

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Jose was selected as the cover of the prestigious American Journal of Refractive Surgery. With his “Open your eyes” showing a person living on the street.

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Working in the book entitled “José Alberto” Graphite: 118 cm x 77 cm.

 

Cerezo has begun to sketch the first illustrations of Cuevas del Rodeo. We show you some of them, as well as some of his works in watercolor, oil and ink.
domingo en casa de NEREA
Sunday Nerea House. Oil
rincon
El rincon. Oil
LA luz del mediodia cincelando Santa Maria-Acuarela(SEleccionado en el certamen internacional Rafael Zabaleta
Noonday chiseling Santa Maria. Watercolor
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