Popular Irish artist, Roger Cummiskey, will inaugurate his latest exhibition in Fuengirola next week.
‘Sabor de España’ (Taste of Spain) is a solo exhibition of paintings with Spanish-related themes.
This colourful collection of oils, acrylics and watercolors demonstrates the artist’s unique style and includes several paintings of Don Quixote in different guises.
Cummiskey, president and founder member of the Andalusian International Artists Group, specialises in paintings that take their themes and titles from the wanderings and writings of James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Miguel de Cervantes.
His paintings have been exhibited in galleries all over the world, including the International Art Exhibitions in London, Stockholm and New York.
The exhibition, which runs from Friday 2 until Friday 30 June, will be held in the Arte y Cocina Restaurant Gallery in Fuengirola, a relatively new establishment that combines fine dining with creative art.
A special inauguration party to launch the exhibition will be held between 6pm and 7.30pm on Thursday 1 June. The exhibition can be visited Tuesday to Sunday between the hours of 6pm and 11pm.
More information on www.rogercummiskey.com