jueves, 3 de septiembre de 2015

Artist and Sculptor, Salvador Mollà Exhibits in El Vergel, Alicante, Spain

The multifaceted artist and sculptor, Salvador Mollà has installed items to view and buy at the El Vergel Antiques, Art and Second-Hand Emporium. 

The artist is also involved in a large and stimulating creative and exhibitive space with workshops, courses and projects near Ontinyent in Valencia. 

The Salvador Mollà Foundation is a creative project located within an old textile factory. Salvador Mollà, the project’s founder and designer, has converted the area into a contemporary art exhibition and workspace inviting and encouraging visitors to the cool ravine and the beautiful landscape, in which the factory is located. 

The three-storey building contains a number of exhibitions including a retrospective area and museum dedicated to “Manduca”, also known as Joseph M. Bartolomé, one of Ontinyent’s most colourful and endearing characters. 

The middle floor houses Salvador’s workshop and studio plus a terrace and outdoor space where the artist’s works and exhibits flow out into the landscape. 

The foundation is a wonderful and stimulating place for visitors and sightseers. It is also a creative and visionary project for schools and students offering a clay pottery workshop, and various courses covering different art media and restoration methods. 

Here, is a meeting place for artistic minds, with the additional possibility of renting areas and rooms for a variety of sociocultural projects and events.

To watch the Salvador Mollà Foundation YouTube video just click here.

Salvador Mollà exhibits and sells art, sculptures and beautiful installations at the Antiques, Art and Second-Hand Emporium Hall in El Vergel. You can find us at: Avenida Valencia No. 67, 03770 El Vergel, Alicante, Spain. The sign over the shop says: SUPER TIENDA. Look out for the red telephone box.

Visits to the Salvador Mollà Foundation can be organised. Contact fundacio@salvadormolla.com and visit the website www.salvadormolla.com. Telephones: Salvador 610 396 200 and Montse 669 759 139. Call for any necessary information.