Pamen Merchante exhibits in Mojacar until the end of July

The “La Fuente” municipal art center in Mojácar will host an exhibition of paintings by the Valencian artist Pamen Merchante throughout the month of July.

Under the title “Be Water”, Pamen Merchante presents 21 of her latest works on the theme of water. The visitor is pleasantly surprised when he “immerses himself” in his works, whether large formats, from 122 x 122 cm, or other smaller ones, 30 x 30 cm, in which water , in all its forms, is the sole protagonist.

Added to the beauty of his work is a surprise that the artist has in store for all those who want to admire this exhibition.

Also exhibited in the room are the “precious stones” of Mojácar, as the artist calls them. Original stones, selected and collected for a year on the beaches of Mojacar.

Visitors to the exhibition can interact by wetting the stones to see the designs and colors that appear when they are hydrated. See how magic explodes, full of light and color, as only nature knows how.

If there is a stone that particularly catches your eye, you can take it home by leaving a donation that will go to Fundación Ecomar, a non-profit foundation founded in 1991 by Teresa Zabell, the only Spanish woman to have won two Olympic gold medals, for collaborating in the collection of contaminating plastics, as well as the cleaning of beaches, seas and rivers.

Pamen Merchante is IADE, interior designer and owner of the famous GZ and La Vitrina studios, being the author of projects such as the famous Archy nightclub in Madrid, the Hipódromo de la Zarzuela racecourse, Casa Decor, among others.

In Valencia, she creates and directs the multi-space Almacén Lab, with cultural events, auctions, film screenings, art exhibitions, entertainment and restaurants. She has had numerous individual and collective exhibitions throughout Spain, as well as in the United Kingdom and the United States.

Pamen Merchante lives between Valencia and Mojácar, where she spends long periods.

The La Fuente Art Center is open to the public from Wednesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For afternoon tours, check availability. Free entry.

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