La Terrissa de la Galera is home to emerging artist Gemma Herman.

La Terrissa de la Galera is home to emerging artist Gemma Herman.

From July 6 to August 4, Room 2, Terracotta Temporary Exhibition Room, Teresa de la Galera Interpretation Center (below the City Hall) will host a painting exhibition: “Florilegi” by Gemma Herman Garriga.

Gemma from Barcelona. She currently combines her high school studies with drawing and painting studies. She is a novice artist who has been learning graphite, watercolor, oil, acrylic and gouache techniques for several years. In addition, over four years she has acquired knowledge of modeling, pottery and decoration.

All this training, in addition to his innate talent in the visual arts, enabled him to present us with this exhibition which, as its name indicates, is a collection of his works.

Through compositions using oil, acrylic, gouache or charcoal, we will discover a whole world of heterogeneous characters with a piercing and mysterious appearance that conveys majesty, mystery and respect.

Gemma is inspired by nature and man, and uses soft colours, uniform backgrounds and pure, defined shapes, highlighting in this way the different elements of the composition. Sometimes he represents reality as accurately as possible, without embellishing it, and other times he sprinkles the composition with some imaginative ingredients.

Works of a very young, inspiring and talent-filled artist that will showcase this space’s commitment to the community. A space open to all Terres de l’Ebre artists and, subsequently, a place where the creative field announces its creativity without age limits or condition, thus presenting a wide range of artistic proposals.

We are convinced that you will find the exhibition interesting, captivating and fresh.

The opening ceremony will be held on Saturday, July 6, at 8:00 p.m., at the Terracotta Museum.

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We remind you that the Terracotta Museum’s working hours are: Wednesday to Friday from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm; Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 12:00 pm to 14:00 pm.

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