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Introducing the NadaNadie Collective and Their Stunning "Oceans" Series at Our Gallery

We are thrilled to announce the arrival of the Nada Nadie collective at our gallery in the center of Moraira. Formed by the talented duo Ángel de Fabero (1964) and José Ramón Puchades (1967), Nada Nadie brings a fresh and captivating perspective to classical aesthetics, seamlessly blending it with contemporary techniques and a profound commitment to sustainability and environmental awareness. Their work is a testament to the beauty and intricacy of the natural world, inviting viewers to reflect deeply on the human condition and the importance of preserving our environment.


The Artistic Journey of Nada Nadie


Ángel de Fabero and José Ramón Puchades have an extensive background in the artistic ceramics industry in Manises, where they have pushed the boundaries of this traditional medium. Their work is characterized by meticulous realism and a masterful use of volume to create representations that transcend mere visual reproduction. With a deep understanding of classical techniques and fundamental art concepts, along with hands-on experience in craftsmanship and material manipulation, their collaborative efforts have resulted in extraordinary works of art.


Nada Nadie's primary focus has been on bronze sculpture and ceramics, exploring beauty and expression through three-dimensional forms. Their dedication to sustainability and environmental consciousness is evident in every piece they create, making their work not only visually stunning but also profoundly meaningful.


Ana Docavo and Her Contribution to the "Oceans" Series

We are also excited to announce that Ana Docavo, renowned for her work with Docavo Ocean Art, has joined the project to provide a crucial commercial and conceptual boost to the "Oceans" series.


The "Oceans" Series: A Tribute to Marine Biodiversity


This collection aims to bring visibility to the oceans and seas, emphasizing the importance of marine biodiversity through art. The series consists of captivating sculptures that pay homage to the vast marine life inhabiting our world's waters.


"Posidonia"



The first piece in the "Oceans" series is "Posidonia," a tribute to the Mediterranean Sea's extraordinary ecosystem. Posidonia, a vital marine plant often referred to as the lungs of the Mediterranean, plays a crucial role in sustaining marine life and maintaining the health of the sea. However, it is currently in serious danger. This sculpture not only captures the unique beauty of the underwater environment but also raises awareness about the need to preserve the marine habitat where diverse species thrive. "Posidonia" is a powerful reminder of the importance of environmental conservation.


"Te Moana"


Te Moana bronze sculpture placed in our art gallery in Moraira
Te Moana

The second piece, "Te Moana," is a captivating bronze sculpture embodying the spirit of Moana, the guardian of Polynesia. In Maori, "Moana" signifies "Ocean, deep sea," and this sculpture beautifully depicts the goddess of the Pacific Ocean alongside one of its most enchanting creatures, the manta ray. Majestic and graceful, manta rays are often called the fairies of the sea, symbolizing freedom and the unwavering pursuit of dreams. "Te Moana" invites viewers to immerse themselves in the boundless beauty and magic of the ocean realm, evoking a sense of wonder and connection to the natural world.





Visit Our Gallery


We invite you to visit our gallery in Moraira to experience the "Oceans" series by Nada Nadie. Each piece is a visual and conceptual exploration of marine life, offering a profound reflection on the beauty and fragility of our oceans. Through their art, Ángel de Fabero and José Ramón Puchades remind us of our collective responsibility to protect and preserve the natural world.


Join us in celebrating the remarkable work of Nada Nadie and explore the enchanting world of "Oceans." We look forward to welcoming you to our gallery and sharing this extraordinary journey through art and nature.

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