Pablo Ferrer originally comes from Granada where he studied at the Academy of Arts and Crafts. Pablo explores the color and line by transforming the walls and facades into mesmerising pieces that tell stories. Pablo is able to create complex universes where reality coexists with metaphorical aspects. Surreal and psychological, his world can be interpreted on a multitude of levels. His works, striking with contrasts, tend to adapt to the culture and history of the people who inhabit the place where Pablo works. Pablo’s technique is mixed: he combines aerosol, acrylic paint, inks and today a little bit of stardust.
Material poverty is no worse than spiritual poverty. The greatest poverty is the one that dwells within. Poor in love, open the insides to empty them of all evil, and thus recover the wealth that had been lost.