My relationship with plastic arts started when I was a young girl, influenced by my mother, who studied at the Fine Arts Institue in Toulouse, and my father, who is a professional photographer. For my artistic work I like to use big physical supports (canvas or wood) and diverse techniques such as coal, pastel, collage, ink, watercolors and oil. I prefer mixed techniques. Until now I had the opportunity to show my works in the cities of Bordeaux and Pau.
Anna Huix is a fine art and editorial photographer from Barcelona, currently based in London. She has a BFA in photography from the Parsons School of Design in New York City and in Paris. In April 2010, she was invited to participate in the Auction of Emerging Artists, in New York City. Her fine art work has been featured in The Independent (UK), Esquire's blog in Russia, Colors Magazine and Unpublished Magazine in Italy and La Vanguardia. Anna is also the co-founder of The Invisible Project. To see where her work has been exhibited, download the PDF above.
Kel Domènech (1971) starts his vocational training in the world of cabinet-making and restoring. Since the 1980s he has worked in both, private work and restoring chattels belonging to public institutions from the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Twenty-five years later he applies all his constructing experience, his profound knowledge of materials, techniques and the theoretical background from his beginnings to develop unlimited creativity. His work explores colour, textures and periods, thinking over the past, the future, technique, art and theory, reflected on some eclectic pieces in the purest sense of the word “eclectic”.