Ami y la Luz Marina

  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina
  • Ami y la Luz Marina

Ami y la Luz Marina

They were 2 weeks, intense, charged, with days of sun and gray days, 2 weeks in which anxiety, curiosity and permanent surprise permeated the air of Zen. Each day that passed between different strokes, brushstrokes and contrasts materialized a idea that for a long time was brewing and was mutating and growing without being able to find who could return colors, until the Universe, or the simple chance for some, brought us to Pedro.

Pedro Gallinger was born in Argentina but from just seeing him we know that today he is a citizen of the world, an artist who unfolds his magic from country to country, giving each finished work a unique and unrepeatable message for those who know how to appreciate it. He likes birds, wings and all that idea of ​​movement that they project, because somehow that's how he lives, moving, flying literally and spiritually. For Pedro, painting is the result of a tireless search for interior knowledge, and each mural is a product of the state that is currently experiencing and that inspires it. He loads of intentions every brushstroke with the desire that those who see his work heal, reconnect or feel inspired by a new day.

In this opportunity the challenge for Pedro was to develop (in an area of ​​approximately 70 m2), a work that represented us, that transmitted part of our essence and that in that way knew how to highlight some characteristic and representative aspects of our area, considering the whales as a good starting point, or as a first guideline. And little by little the other elements that make it up were added: the school of fish, the seagulls, the sphere that represents the flower of life within the sacred geometry, the sea, the lighthouse, and a child on a bicycle ... looking, contemplating. This is how it was conceived and was born "Ami and the Marine Light"