Roser Gay 2019

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‘Camins que es troben’

An enchanting collaboration between artists Roser Gay and Gloria Grau from Barcelona resulted in this delightful creation. Inspired by the innocence and wonder of childhood, the artwork beautifully captures nostalgic memories and whimsical adventures amidst the backdrop of local nature.

Gay and Grau’s collaborative effort breathes life into the canvas, portraying scenes of carefree joy as children frolic among vibrant flowers, infusing the streets with a kaleidoscope of colors, energy, and playful movement. Through their evocative illustrations, the artists transport viewers to a realm where imagination knows no bounds, inviting them to reminisce on their own cherished moments of youthful exuberance and exploration.

Roser Gay, born on April 1, 1985, is a versatile artist with a profound passion for visual storytelling. Having obtained a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, Roser’s artistic journey has been marked by numerous achievements and accolades. Notable among these are her Erasmus Scholarship in Toulouse, France, where she honed her craft amidst diverse cultural influences.

Throughout her career, Roser has showcased her talents in various competitions and exhibitions, leaving a lasting impression with her distinctive style. Her win of the prestigious “Young Art Award” Terres de l’Ebre in 2004 for her work “Zombie Paradise” stands as a testament to her creative prowess. Furthermore, her role as the Director of Leisure at the Siurana Foundation underscores her commitment to fostering artistic expression within the community.

In addition to her accolades, Roser has amassed a wealth of professional experience as an illustrator and muralist, leaving her mark on urban landscapes and educational institutions alike. Her ability to communicate effectively, resolve conflicts creatively, and teach art to diverse groups exemplifies her dedication to both her craft and her community. With a mastery of computer programs and ongoing pursuits in language acquisition, Roser continues to evolve as an artist and educator, leaving an indelible impact on those she encounters.

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