THE PROVINCE / DLP The galley of the Lujn Prez School, on Roque Morera Street, 1, in the capital of Gran Canaria, today opens an exhibition that brings together the work of ten artists from the Center's Engraving Workshop. The exhibition will be open to the public until November 19, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The graphic work in all its variants and always with the intervention of the artist, is not satisfied with being a simple means of reproduction; his own language, accompanied by techniques full of possibilities, make it a first level means of expression, managing to meet the needs of the artistic activity of the creator.
Therefore, and according to those responsible for the center, you should not consider these disciplines as minor or complementary art: "We must take it into account as a timely manifestation of the creative universe."
In this sample of the Lujn Prez School, there are: Mara Eizaguirre, Juan Cabrero, Juan Bez, Ana Len, Carmen Lafuente, Juan Machn, Cristina Carrin, Carmen Diguez, Maxi Mederos and Teresa Miranda. These artists use different techniques: linocut, different techniques with acid solutions on plates of zinc, copper, iron, etc.
As usual at the Lujn Prez School, they are interviewed in this group, creators with a long career in graphic arts with others who are starting in this medium. The workshops allow artists who want to approach, know and learn the different disciplines that are taught there.