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London Fine Art

© Renata Fernandez 1996 – 2017. Commercial reproduction of any content It is not allowed under any circunstances. Certain use for educational purposes might be considered after consultation. Do not mess with the Zohan

Public Art/Commissions

TROPICO CAMUFLADO. Museo Alejandro Otero, caracas,Venezuela. 2013-14. Facade intervention. Made in collaboration TROPICO CAMUFLADO (solo show) with show producer Manuel Sanmartin. Printed self-adhesive tansparent vinyl.

IMMERSIVE LANDSCAPE. Royal College of Art, Gulbenkian Gallery. Artist in Residence National Open Art Competition. 2015. Paper, pencil on timber structure treated with gesso, magnifying glass, easel.

DRINKS CABINET, private commission. Made in collaboration with coveted designer Christopher Prain, of Christopher&Chanond Interior Design. 

Mr Prain designed an elegant drinks cabinet with curved door panels. Fernandez treated the panels inside and out with marble powder gesso. Eight layers later and after sanding the panels with a fine grade sandpaper, fernandez drew with pencil a complex motive inspired by one of her intricate pencil drawings. The use of gesso not only guarantees the permanence of the white surface but its conservation from light, and the daily use and abuse.

HOARDING CARNWARTH ROAD, Fulham. TIDEWAY. Public art commission. 2016-2020. Fernandez introduced a group of year 6 children from a local school to the block printing technique, a technique favoured by a great local hero, William Morris. Fernandez gathered life sketches and hundreds of prints and made a digital collage depicting the Thames timeline comprising the river's days as purveyor of lobster and salmon, the Great Stink, a  biological dead river to a river on the way to recovery.