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(September 18-23, 2008)

Rolf Ris

When the Sun Goes...

Iñaki Rezola


Donostia - San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain

2008 09 18, 20:48

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© 2008 Iñaki Rezola, All Rights Reserved.

Colours are the matter for painting. Our father was a painter.

When we were children we used to have as many drawing and colouring stuff as toys or games, or even more.

Our eldest brother followed in his footsteps and runs now this little painting gallery. He is the author of most of the work that may be seen there right now.

The little picture of the man with the hat on the left of the empty sofa is one of our father's many selfportraits.

He died in 2000.
Nikon D300 + Nikkor 10,5 + Manfrotto 055PROB tripod + selfmade panohead + PTGui-PanoTools-Smartblend + Photoshop + Pano2VR
Los colores son la materia prima de la pintura. Nuestro padre era pintor. De niños teníamos tantas pinturas como juguetes, o más. Nuestro hermano el mayor siguió sus pasos y dirige esta pequeña galería. La mayoría de los cuadros que pueden verse ahora son suyos.

El hombre con gorro a la izquierda del sofá vacío es un autorretrato de nuestro padre.

Murió en el año 2000.
Koloreak margotzeko lehengaia dira. Gure aita margolaria zen. Haur ginela jostailu bezainbeste pinturak izaten genituen. Gure anaia zaharrenak margotzeari ekin zion ere, eta orain galeria txiki honetan dabil. Bertako koadro gehienak berak eginak dira.

Gizon kapeladuna, sofaren ezkerraldean, aitaren autorretrato bat da. 2000ean hil zen.

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