Lisbon, a City with Light

Lisbon, a City with Light
Lisbon, a city with light

Lisbon, a city with light

Although the weather is the worst in the most recent times, Lisbon remains a city with a unique light.

Recently, the city was considered one of the most beautiful in the world, one of the features that I think is a wonderful, is the light that is felt mainly in Chiado.

Is the magic in the 7 hills, is the Castle, is the Downtown! Everything is different in the old part of the town, it seems that every day is completely new, every day we find something we do not know until then, there is someone that passes, someone is looking, someone is asking … I confess that for me is always an adventure, there is always a reason to express myself in the canvas, it’s the people, is the weather, is the Light.

My inspiration is closely related to the light, especially in the morning.

I can share with you that is in the morning that i do my work, I find there it is the perfect time to express what is in my soul.

I’ll start creating a new era in my painting in the next days, I feel I need to jump higher, to reach a new point in my career.

It is in Lisbon that ‘ll get my inspiration in my roots , that’s where I’ll go back now.

Lisbon, a city with light

Lisbon, a city with light

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“A brief moment to tell you that my art is my soul.” Natália Gromicho was born in Lisbon, Portugal, studied Fine Arts from the FBAUL in Lisbon, and private art school ARCO, also in Lisbon she specialized in painting. More than 50 solo and group exhibitions, Natalia represented her country in international exhibitions such as Italy (in the biggest international Human Rights exhibition), in Brazil (the most important south America Arts and Fashion Exhibition Casa Cor), in Miami (World Tour Exhibitions Contemporary Artists) and the first Portuguese Artist in Adelaide, Australia (Adelaide Fringe Festival). Winner of several contests for example “Best Rolling Stone Alternative Logo” for Major Portuguese Radio Comercial in 1999 (win a trip to London and meet Rolling Stones in Bridges to Babylon Tour in Wembley. Her works is represented in several private and institutional collections all around the world.

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