Fermín García Sevilla
Spanish painter ( Tomelloso, Ciudad Real 1961)
He is a self-taught plastic artist who has developed his work in the reproduction of natural landscapes. Throughout his career he has received numerous awards and has been distinguished with many other awards. Among them, the following stand out: First prize in the National Contest of the Alpujarras in Capileira (Granada) in 2014; the First National Prize “Autonomous City of Melilla” in 2010; or the "Sevillian Endesa Foundation" Award from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Santa Isabel de Hungary in Seville in 2009, to mention just three of those awards.
The landscapes that Fermín García Sevilla paints are spaces that he recreates without losing detail but that envelop the viewer as if it were a single and indivisible whole. And it is that in his proposals the artist pays special attention to the distribution of the elements so that they guide the gaze of those who contemplate it, following a logic that turns the work into a close and friendly discourse. P>
In his work, García Sevilla uses a mixed technique, although with a preponderance of oil, which allows him to get the most out of drawing and color. In all of his proposals, the suggestive brushstrokes and the play of light stand out. His themes drink from the very Nature that he knows as experience, a fact that makes his paintings seem alive.