Enrique López Sardón

De forma simbólica, inauguramos la exposición virtual de la Sala de Exposiciones «Eduardo Chicharro» de la AEPE, del socio Enrique López Sardón.

Muestra que es posible gracias a la inquietud que en todo momento ha demostrado por hacer real esta exhibición, facilitando el material y aportando la ilusión propia de quien desea mostrar al mundo sus obras.

Con este motivo, cuelga ya de esta web el catálogo digital elaborado con tal motivo, así como una galería de obra del artista.

Todo ello puede seguirse además por el canal de la AEPE en Youtube y por las redes sociales en las que tiene presencia la Asociación Española de Pintores y Escultores.

Sin duda estamos ante una nueva emocionante cita.

La muestra nos la presenta así el propio artista:

“Lo que veo”

Mi afición por la pintura fue desde muy joven, me matricule en ARTES Y OFICIOS (Madrid), por el año 1959, en dibujo artístico, teniendo como Profesor a Eduardo Chicharro (hijo) que me animo a pintar.

Mis comienzos fueron Paisajes, bodegones y casas de pueblos de Burgos (lugar donde pasaba los veranos).

Más tarde deje la pintura aparcada por motivo de mi trabajo (de joyería).

Pero mi pasión por la pintura me llevaba a pintar algún cuadro.

Retomándolo hace unos años. Mi temática, es amplia, aunque últimamente me atrae las transparencias.

Al pintar las aguas, cristales, etc. me inspiran tranquilidad y me hacen sentir lo bello que es el arte de la pintura en la que puedes plasmar ese sentimiento que llevas dentro.

Los relieves me gusta darlos con colores y matizando las sombras y luces en mis obras, los fondos son muy trabajados con lo cual me recreo y disfruto con mi obra.

Entre mis exposiciones colectivas puedo decir que he estado por varios lugares de la geografía española, entre ellas Madrid (Pelayos de la Presa, Boadilla del Monte, El molar), Burgos (Medina del Pomar), Alicante, Valencia, Ávila (Cebreros) y Málaga. Mi más internacional exposición fue en la Toscana y Roma (Italia).

Y como exposición individual, estuve en el Hotel Miguel Ángel y ahora en esta prestigiosa casa, la Asociación Española de Pintores y Escultores, de donde soy miembro y a quien agradezco su acogida.

Enrique López Sardón

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Inaugurated the 56 Contest of San Isidro de la AEPE

On May 7, the opening ceremony of the 56th San Isidro Contest of Madrid theme took place, the works of which are exhibited in the La Lonja Exhibition Hall, from the Casa del Reloj Cultural Center of the Arganzuela District Board, until the 16th. same month, and in which a total of 51 works are exhibited, among more than a hundred of those presented to this contest organized by the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors.
The inauguration ceremony was chaired by the President of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, José Gabriel Astudillo, who was accompanied by the Vice President, Juan Manuel López-Reina, of the Secretary General of the AEPE, Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez, of the Members Antonio Téllez de Peralta, Paloma Casado and Carmen Bonilla Carrasco, as well as a large group of partners and friends who did not want to miss this event.
At the opening ceremony, the jury minutes and the awards ceremony were read. On this occasion, the Jury was chaired by José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the AEPE and Alicia Sánchez Carmona, President and Member of the AEPE, respectively, acting as President and Secretary of the Jury, both with voice and without vote; and as Members, Fernando de Marta Sebastián, Librarian, Ana Martínez Córdoba, Treasurer, Itziar Zabalza Murillo, Adviser to the President and by Enrique López Sardón, painter and partner chosen at random.
According to José Gabriel Astudillo, President of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, the interest of the Board of Directors that presides over supporting this traditional contest of Madrid theme, led two years ago to the creation of another award to complete the Medal of Painting Antonio Casero, for which his equivalent was created, the Luis Benedito Vives Sculpture Medal, both founding partners and outstanding artists to whom homage is paid, in addition to the Honorable Mentions that the Jury has deemed appropriate.
The watercolor titled “Andamios Madrid, La Cibeles”, original by Cristina Agulló Tecles, has obtained the Antonio Casero Sanz Painting Medal.


The iron sculpture entitled “Madrid futuro”, by Julio Nuez, has been awarded with the Luis Benedito Vives Sculpture Medal.


In addition, the jury has decided to award three Honorable Mentions to the following works:
“Meninas”, by Naná Messás


“El maestro Velázquez”, by Felipe San Pedro


“Relieve de toro”, by Antonio Téllez de Peralta

The artists selected on this occasion to integrate the exhibition of works of the 56 San Isidro Contest are: Cristina Agulló Tecles – Joaquín Alarcón González – Jesús Alcolea Ríos – Socorro Arroyo Arroyo – Alejandro Aynós Romero – Carmen Bonilla Carrasco – Martina Cantero – Paloma Casado – Pilar Cortés López – Alicia Da Col – Carmen Durán Sanz – Carlos Fernández Eguía (Karlos Eguía) – Manuel Fournier Martínez – Manuel Franch – Mª Herminda Gago Blanco – María García García – Carmen García Mesás (Naná Messás) – Teresa García-Gill – Ángeles García-Quismondo – Pedro Gómez Gómez – M. Luisa González Ossorio – Javier González – Argentina González Tamames – Antonio Izquierdo – Paulino Lorenzo Tardón (Paulino L. Tardón) – Carlos Losa Revuelta – J. Luis Martín de Blas – Geanina Miler – Julio Nuez – Fernando Peña Corchado (Leodegario) – José Luis Pereira – Juan Fco. Pérez Somalo – Paloma Ramirez-Montesinos – Pablo Reviriego – Felipe San Pedro – Jorge Segovia Gabucio – Arturo Tejero Esteban – Antonio Téllez de Peralta – José Luis Toribio Pedraza – Jesús Torres Granado – Eugenio Vega Pindado

A digital catalog has also been published where all the works can be seen and is available on the web in the tab “Contests and Awards”, sub-tab “Contest of San Isidro”.

56 Contest of San Isidro of Madrid subject
 From May 4 to 16, 2019
Inauguration: Tuesday May 7, 2019, 7pm.
Exhibition Hall La Lonja
Cultural Center Casa del Reloj
Paseo de la Chopera, 6-10
28045 Madrid
Metro: Legazpi (lines 3, 6)
Bus: 62, 6, 78, 148

Inaugurated the XXXVII Small Format Contest

On November 20, in the Exhibition Hall of the Moncloa Cultural Center, the opening ceremony of the 37th edition of the traditional Small Format Contest took place, a well-attended show that featured a magnificent stage and was presided over by José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, and which was also attended by the Vice President, Juan Manuel López Reina, the General Secretary, Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez and various members of the Board of Directors, such as the Members Alicia Sánchez Carmona, Antonio Téllez, Carmen Bonilla Carrasco and the Presidency Advisor, Itziar Zabalza Murillo.
The Jury in charge of the selection and qualification of the XXXVII Contest of Small Format has been constituted by: José Gabriel Astudillo López, President of the AEPE, acting as President of the Jury and Mª Dolores Barreda Pérez, Secretary of the AEPE, acting as Secretary of the same, both with voice and without vote; and as Vocalists Paloma Casado and Alicia Sánchez Carmona, both directives of the AEPE, and Rosa María Saz Bueno, painter and partner of the AEPE chosen at random.
The exhibition, which will run until December 12, has 95 works by different authors, and has also had the Francisco Pradilla Painting Medal and Juan Bautista Adsuara Sculpture Medal, as well as several Honorable Mentions.
In the opening ceremony the prizes were handed out, which turned out to be the following:
Medal of Painting Francisco Pradilla, endowed with Medal and Diploma of the AEPE, to Martha Lucila Gómez. Jana. Oil / canvas 53 x 64

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Sculpture Medal Juan Bautista Adsuara, endowed with Medal and Diploma of the AEPE, to Julio Nuez. Mini structure. Soldier iron. 43 x 40 x 16

Honorable Mention, endowed with a diploma, to Francisco Bertrán Hernández. The islet of the Moor. Watercolor / paper. 33 x 50

Honorable Mention, endowed with a diploma, to Enrique López Sardón. Two transparencies Oil / canvas 38 x 48

Honorable mention, endowed with a diploma, to Pilar Vich. Origin. Alabaster and resin carving. 35 x 22 x 22


The artists participating in the exhibition of this XXXVII Small Format Contest are: Joaquín Alarcón González – Marta Argüelles Sangro – María Socorro Arroyo – Juan Carlos Atroche – Asunción Bau Forn – Francisco Bertrán Hernández – Teresa Blanco del Piñal – Nicolás Blanco Muelas – Carmen Bonilla – Rosa Elvira Caamaño – Tomi Caballero Sánchez – Alfonso Calle – Martina Cantero – Manuela Carcelén – Ataúlfo Casado Bustarviejo – Lola Catalá – M. Ángeles Conesa Artés (G. Artés) – Pilar Cortés – José Manuel Chamorro – Carmen de la Calle Llurba – José Antonio de la Peña – Paz Díaz de Espada – Higinio Díaz-Marta (Gini) – Emilia Díaz Rull – Sopetrán Doménech – José Domínguez – Rocío Domíguez Perals – Carmen Durán – José Luis Fiol Valero – Esther Flórez Fuentes – Mariano Galán – Victoria Gándara – Fernando García de Juan – Ángeles García-Quismondo – Carmen García Mesas (Naná Mesas) – Manuel Gascón – Raúl Gil Rodríguez – Rafael Gómez Mena (Mena) – Martha Lucila Gómez Serrano – Eva González Morán – Sergio González Riveiro – Lydia Gordillo – Víctor Gosálvez – Dorothee Heiden – Felipe Hodgson Ravina – Victoria Jáimez – Sonsoles Jiménez – Fidel Latiesas – Enrique López Sardón – Luis López Terciado – Paulino Lorenzo Tardón – María R. Maluenda – Carmen Marcos – José Luis Martín de Blas – Emilio Martínez Sánchez – Christian Mera – Isabel Monfort Siso – David Montes Alonso – Antonio Municio – Concha Muñoz – Pedro Muñoz Mendoza – Julio Nuez – Beatriz Olabarría del Corral – José Luis Ortega Flórez de Uría (José Luis Flórez de Uría) – Enrique Pedrero Muñoz – José María Pedrosa – Luis Pereira – Juan Fco. Pérez Somalo – Nieves Pezzi – Paloma Ramírez Montesinos – Pura Ramos Calderón – Marcelo Daniel Rodríguez (Daniel Rod) – Milagros Rodríguez Bautista – Cristóbal Rodríguez Leiva (Cristóbal Leiva) – Avelina Sánchez-Carpio – Antonio Segovia – Jorge Andrés Segovia – Esdras Serna Pichat – Pilar Silva Mora (Pilar Quirós) – Miguel Sokolowski – Emilio Sotomayor – Arturo Tejero Esteban – Antonio Téllez de Peralta – Austión Tirado – Mª Rosa Tortajada Perrote – Ana Undurraga – Pilar Vich – Jorge Rodríguez Fernández (Jorge Yunta).

In this same webpage in the tab “Contests and Awards”, sub-tab “Small Format Contest”, you can consult the digital catalog of the sample made for the occasion.

XXXVII Small Format Contest
From November 15 to December 13, 2018
Inauguration: Tuesday November 20, 7pm.
Showroom
Moncloa Cultural Center
Municipal Board of Moncloa-Aravaca
Moncloa Square, 1
28008 Madrid
Visiting hours L to V: from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 to 8:30 p.m.
Metro: Moncloa (lines 3, 6)
Bus: 1, 44, C2, 82, 132, 138, 160, 162, C1, 161, 83, 133, A, G, 46, 16, 61