‘Om Parvat’ at Solterra, Spain
Fernando’s piece “Om Parvat” is now part of the art collection at “Solterra“, a prestigious winery in the Ribera del Duero, Spain. This large painting has been installed at the heart of the wine tasting room.
Heart Foundation HeART Project
Proposal for the “Future is Today Exhibition”
New representation for Fernando in India
New representation for Fernando in China
Hulabhaig 2020 Outer Hebrides
Fernando is very pleased to have been selected as one of the artists for this very special exhibition in the far north of Scotland.
Hulabhaig is showing work from artists across the globe in this first (now online) Uig summer art exhibition.
Originally planned as a selected show at Baile na Cille in Uig, unfortunately cancelled due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we have re-opened ‘The Open’ to all artists who have an interest or connection with the Outer Hebrides.
Artists in Lockdown
The Marshwood Vale Magazine has produced an E-Book containing a selection of artists working in the South West during the pandemic.
Fernando in Jackson’s Painting Prize 2nd Round
Fernando has made it through to the second round of the Jackson’s Painting Prize 2020, Peoples’ Choice Award.
Please visit the Jackson’s Prize website to vote for Fernando’s painting Floating Stone (100 x 50 cm, Oil on canvas).
Voting for Fernando in the Peoples’ Choice Award is open until Wednesday 15th April, 2020. Every voter goes into the draw to win a £50 Jackson’s Art Supplies voucher.
Featured Artist at Art on Paper
Fernando is very pleased to be Art on Paper’s featured artist, for the next couple of months. Fernando has provided a small collection of his studies in ink on paper. These will be on display from Saturday 9th November 2019, at Art on Paper’s Portland gallery and available to purchase in their online shop.
These small studies are independent from Fernando’s main practice in terms of scale and technique. They have also never been shown before. Art on Paper have mounted and framed the drawings especially for this exhibition.
You can read a little more about the exhibition on the Art on Paper news pages.