I was born in Granada, Spain, 1973. Architect by Universidad de Sevilla in 1998. Currently working for ARCHangels Architects in Brighton. Contemporary Print Art is my passion; The World is far too complex, by drawing it, I find sense in it.
The Regency Town House. Window detail (3) print size 42×29.7
Brunswick square. Ionic Order (4) print size 42×29.7
Brunswick square. Corinthian Order (5) print size 42×29.7
Brunswick Place (7) print size 21×29.7, frame size 30x40cm
In the 1720s and 30s ‘Brighthelmstone’, as it was then known began to be used as a bathing resort. However, its real transformation into a centre of fashion began in the 1750s with the publication of Dr. Richard Russell’s medical sea-bathing cures.
Leoframes is a family-run business and has been established in the North laine area of Brighton for more than 25 years. We sell a range of open and limited edition artworks, and modern screen prints from many different artists and publishers.
Studio Green House. 18 Jew Street. Brighton BN1 1UT. United Kingdom
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An homage to a drawing trip with Scarlett and Jake to the fantastic BOOTH MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY last summer. Drawing on the spot sitting on the carpet looking to this amicable spirit behind its glass cabinet then ink drawing and illustrated A1 size. An enchanting skeleton of a baby Orangutan holding in his bony hand The museum. A meaningful and respectful thought to the endeavours of our Victorian chaps looking for answers about who we are and our environment, collecting their menageries of bones, skin and hair. Also with a Victorian twist that looks at phantasmagoria and the chilling past-time of deciphering supernatural events