“Nautilus Shell” by Francisco Casas
Size 47w x 31h
- Francisco Casas
Francisco Casas was born in Alcoy, Spain in 1952. He is a vocational artist and from a very early age felt a need to paint. He focuses his work on still life’s, in which he captures a broad range of tones and light, with a hyper-realistic result.
Casas understands the profound simplicity behind hyper-realism and the quality of his works is truly extraordinary. Among his favorite subjects are shells and the origami. His preference is to work with simple subjects on a small scale.
He has been in numerous exhibitions and competitions. His pieces have been exhibited in public and private galleries on a permanent basis. Additionally, he has been awarded with several prizes and medals.
2011- Sala Braulio. Castellon, Spain.
2010- Galeria V. Bernia. Valencia, Spain.
2009- Exhibition “Grupo Jose Cova”. Cartajena, Spain.
2009- Exhibition “Blues&Greens”. Edinburgh, U.K.
2008- FIM (Feria internacional del Mueble) Valencia, Spain.
2007- FIM (Feria internacional del Mueble) Valencia, Spain.
2006- FIM (Feria internacional del Mueble) Valencia, Spain.
2005- Masters Art Gallery. Mallorca, Spain.
2002- UNESCO Exposition room. Alicante, Spain.
2000- El Corte Inglés Gallery. Valencia, Spain.
1998- Sala Sánchez. Sevilla, Spain.