Go Figurative presents Maria Luisa Hernandez - Aqua
The Go Figurative Gallery is privileged to be hosting Maria Luisa Hernandez’s first solo show in North London. Entitled Aqua, each of her oversized canvases evokes feelings of passion and love by the sea.
Maria is an established, energetic Chilean landscape artist working by the Thames, influenced by changes in weather and daylight.
Her uniquely expressive style that borders at times on abstraction yet with firm roots in the figurative tradition is redolent of a modern day Turner and some of Constable's recently discovered paintings.
Maria's work is already in many private collections, embassies and large companies around the world, including One Hyde Park, Candy and Candy, Smith Kline Beecham and Anglo American.
Aqua is showing until Wednesday 2 April and all the works can be seen here.
Buy photographs and help build a school in Senegal, Africa!
Wishing Line by Joanna Mahoney
Go Figurative is supporting a Camden school's art project which aims to raise money to build a school in Africa through selling photography created by the students and members of the Haverstock community.
Go Figurative is Art Partner for Haverstock School, Camden, London, where Year 10 students are working with buildOn, an American charity and GE Capital to raise £35,000 to build a school in Senegal in July 2014. The students will live and work alongside local people to build a school for a village with no educational provision.
You can follow Haverstock School's progress on