An exhibition of the potter Ara Varea that presents everyday scenes through artistic painting on clay, using the engobe technique (water ceramic paint). The works of this exhibition have been made using opaque dyes over plaques of grog clay and molten in muffle to 990ºC, as explains its author, that sometimes may use varnishes, iron dust, sand and even acrylics in its process. It culminates using a transparent resin to close the surface pores.


Muros gathers 25 works of realist style that recreate the smallest and insignificant details, and that gives an approach of the idea of a wall as a closure and insulator of our privacy, but always leaving a subjective gap, an entrance and exit where you can come in, come out and… look.