Vale d’El Rei showcases work of artists Mein...

Vale d’El Rei showcases work of artists Meinke Flesseman, Rosa Pereira & Aderita Silva

Vale d'El Rei exhibition - Rosa Pereira 001 120X100 2750€

Three reputable artists will showcase their artworks in collaboration with Adérita Artistic Space Gallery

Three artists will unveil a new art exhibition at the Details Vale d’El Rei Hotel & Villas this Friday, April 22. The launch of the exhibition will take place at 5pm, and can be visited throughout the day from 9am to 10pm up until June 5.

The exhibition will feature artworks by Meinke Flesseman, Rosa Pereira and Aderita Silva.

Aderita Silva

Aderita Silva, a renowned plastic artist, was born in Almancil, Algarve, in 1958. As a child, she moved with her family to Paris, France, where her curiosity and love for art was nurtured by history and artistic life as her cultural references. In 1989 she returned to Portugal. Aderita has her Private Collections spread across Europe (Germany, Ireland, Belgium, England, Ireland, Serbia) and the United States. She has played a key role in coordinating a movement within the Algarve artistic community, with the StreetArt urban intervention, and has curated several exhibitions at Festival Med in Loulé. With a delightful energy, she also promotes several Art Workshops that encourage up-and-coming artists to develop their own creative talents.

Aderita Silva 120×140 Blue note 3450€

Meinke Flesseman

Meinke Flesseman was born in the Netherlands and her parents moved to the Algarve when she was a child. Later, she returned to Holland to study and travelled extensively. She did a goldsmithing course in Florence and moved to Russia to be with her husband, where she studied at an Art Academy in Moscow. She eventually relocated back to the Algarve, initially to Olhão where she quickly became a central part of the art community there. Currently, she lives and works in Portimão.

Rosa Pereira

Rosa Pereira, a plastic artist, was born in Porto and started painting at 16. Without family influence, she developed her craft, which went from figurative painting to abstractionism. As she describes, “My abstract painting transcends the base of my imaginary world, the formal principles of colours. Just as abstractionism is born of the sequential deepening of reality, my works are based on that maximum approximation of that reality, in which colours overlap in a way to make disappear the images through the joining of sensibility with expressivity.” She paints in acrylic, and oil and also creates sculptures, and her artworks are present in several museums and galleries worldwide.

Rosa Pereira 001 120X100 2750€

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