Spanish painter, drawer, engraver and professor of painting, born and residing in Seville.

January 16, 2011 at 9:27 am posted in news

New collection of watercolours from 2010

Agudo continues his close connection to México, also, from a few years back, due to family ties, and visits the country every year. On one of those trips, he discovered a new extraordinary destination and new pictorial theme in the Copper Canyon, or rather, canyons, since it’s made up of 20 different natural canyons and crests. Situated in the state of Chihuahua, in the Tarahumara mountains, which are part of the Eastern side of the Sierra Madre mountain range, they are only accessible by train, the famous Chihuahua-Pacific or Chepe. The canyon’s volcanic rock gives the walls a copper-green colour, where the name originates. From that trip originates a new collection of watercolours, on which he has been working for the last two years. Here is a taste of the collection: