DescriptionOil on canvas, with two unakite stones, two smoked quartz geodes, one smoked quartz gem, one citrus quartz, four chalcedonies, one feldspathoid Sodalite mineral, two whelks, one handicraft piece and a wooden sculpture.
Algarve is the most southwest region of continental Europe. The painting enhances two sides of Algarve:
a) The coast: dedicated to tourism and leisure, with com marinas, water parks, golf courses and luxury hotels;
b) the interior: more traditional represented by 1) places known their history (Silves, Mértola and Lagos) or by its special location (Sagres and Monchique mountains); 2) its’ chimneys; 3) its plants (orange, lemon, carob, almond, arbutus, fig, cork, and holm oak trees; 4) and a wooden sculpture.