Lot 286 - Eugenia Cuellar - Pomeline and Louis
Watercolour and Pencil on Arches Paper
A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Eugenia Cuellar’s paintings are mainly focused on women and the challenges they have to face in a contemporary world. Women interacting with men and women, in different settings and situations, in non-places, subjected to other people and to social and cultural norms. Sourced from own images, collages or mass media imagery, the people depicted in her compositions are either real or imagined. Her work can oscillate from painful or abusive situations to idyllic ones that make up a kind of parallel world that surround us. A world of beauty and pleasure that create a new unreachable standard, an unavoidable mirror in which to look oneself at.
Turps Banana Art School CC 2017/2022.
Master in Fine Arts 2015/2017 (MIAC) Complutense Unversity Madrid (UCM)
Fine Arts, 2010/2015, Complutense University Madrid .
Degree in Law, Santiago de Compostela University and La Coruña University.
2022 Bloomberg New Contemporaries BN22: Hull, HumberStreetGallery & FerensArtGallery and SouthLondonGallery
2022 Dream on Dreamer, Riana Raouna Gallery, Limassol Cyprus (upcoming)
2022 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London.
2020 Royal West Academy 168th Annual Open Exhibition.
2020 Wells Art Contemporary, (catalogue).
2019 MOSTYN Open 21, Wales.
2018 Royal Scottish Academy of Art and Architecture, Open Exhibition of Art 2018.
2018 Fe/Male. Air Gallery, (UK)
2017 Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster Arts, Rabley Drawing Centre, Marlborough, Black Swan Arts, Frome , The Drawing Studios. Plymouth College of Art (Sketch Open )
2017 Masters Salon Painting. KoMask. Antwerp (BEL).
2017 Royal Ulster Academy, 135th Annual Exhibition
2016 BEEP Wales International Painting prize
2015 7th Annual Passion for Freedom Art Festival, Mall Galleries, London.
2015 The Open West 2015, The Wilson, Cheltenham Art gallery and Museum.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
Both works submitted belong to the realm of fantasy. They are a product of pure imagination. Pomeline and Louis are little lambs that belong to Marie Antoinette and graze happily in the Petit Trianon gardens, completely unaware of their owner’s fatal destiny. Equally, the woman in red is absorbed in her thoughts, imagining ways of changing things.
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