Spanish Painter Rosario Barquin Publishes her Web Site
The Spanish Painter Rosario Barquin has published a Web Site where you can find the pinters works and also you can find news of Plastic Arts and interesting propositions.
- (1888PressRelease) March 22, 2011 - At the original site : www.rosariobarquin.com, we can, not only see the painter's works, but also we can get to know art news and events and very interesting propositions. We enthusiastically recommend that you visit the site. It's a window to the world of art.
Rosario Barquin, Spanish but born in Mexico, has a Bachelor's Degree in American Anthropology from the Complutense University of Madrid, that is why her interest for the human society knowledge is deeply present at hers works
She has also a Bachelor's Degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Maryland, that is why she could designed her site that she keeps and she continuously updates.
Rosario Barquin, she is a Pinter with a great sense of humour…. The colours are bright but at the same time they are soft, worked and combined with mastery. Open spaces, floating, with some of fantasy but always hooked to the reality.
Hers pictures talk about a lively and critical look to the near and global world that surrounded her. (" Steady hand in a velvet glove "?).
Catch the attention how she arrives to translate, at the same time, a particular and a general, a delicate and sharp comment. Over all I like the pictures in which appear characters, because painted in a very personal way they are acidic and enjoyable.
She has told us that the source of her inspiration is the people, the people that she sees at streets, around her house, close people that she looked with tenderness and humour.
Rosario Barquin navigates between Surrealism and Abstraction. She switches from acrylics, for bigger formats, to light watercolours for more subtle and spontaneous results. But without disregard something that she deeply enjoys: digital designs.
Last month Rosario organised an exciting contest. The first twenty people accessing her web page and telling her which painting they liked best would enter the raffle. Three names were drawn and each winner was given one of her drawings. She told us that all the people participating contributed greatly and gave her some interesting insights. She has enjoyed this experience thoroughly and is planning on organizing a similar event soon.
If you want to know her works: www.rosariobarquin.com.