The La Marina del Prat Vermell neighborhood has changed quite a bit these past few years, ever since they opened the L10 subway line which serves the area. Nowadays, futuristic office buildings and condos stand where workshops and warehouses used…
The Rec Comtal was built in the 10th century to supply water for mills, orchards and vegetable gardens along its course up from Montcada down to the sea. Today, water still flows down the canal, as we can see in…
I think I am going to call this photopainting “Abandoned still life”. If you can think of something better, please let me know.
This week I just want to add this photopainting to a series I intend to use to create foulards.
During the construction of the very high speed train station Barcelona-Sagrera workers found many remains indicating that people already lived in the area back in prehistoric times.
I have never seen another city with as many bars and cafés as Barcelona. They are part of the neighborhood bonding experience, and each one has its own following and personality.
It seems to me that nowadays architects use a very limited color palette. I would love to see buildings like this one which I painted the way I would want it to be.
The La Guineueta neighborhood is famous for its park, one of the biggest of Barcelona, and for its amazing sculptures some of which I have decided to combine in this photopainting.
The southbound extension of the L10 subway line of Barcelona has brought many changes to the La Marina de Port neighborhood, and its “cheap houses” are being pulled down one after the other.