New Artist: Goyan

Artworx Gallery is proud to present new artist Fernando Goyan, or better known as simply Goyan. His work is expressive, passionate and captures the chaos of nature. Goyan’s simple brush strokes create the impression of a battle between land and sea. 

First Breakers VI by Goyan

First Breakers VI by Goyan

Goyan’s work is largely inspired by his love of the sea, although he does sometimes also paint inland. His vibrant, highly textured oils present a bold and distinctive interpretation of the Spanish coast, and his overtones of imagination make the finished work intensely expressive. He has a spontaneous, even forceful style, which combines with his breadth of vision to give powerful portrayals of each scene.

Goyan was born in Valencia in 1959 and studied at the San Carlos School. A self-taught painter, he spent his early life perfecting his technique in oil painting; he was, and still is, a frequent visitor to many of Spain’s great galleries, where he observes the work and absorbs the influences of other artists that he admires.

Goyan’s work can be found in both individual and collective exhibitions in many of Spain’s major cities including Madrid, Seville, Granada and his home, Valencia. His introduction to the UK has been greeted with enthusiasm on the art market.

Rough Sea's on the Rocks VI by Goyan

Rough Sea’s on the Rocks VI by Goyan

For more information please visit

Goyan at Artworx Gallery

Alternatively please ring 01952 820397 or email info@artworx.co.uk
Artworx Gallery, 67 High Street, Newport, Shropshire TF10 7AU.

Opening times Monday – Friday 9am – 5.30pm. Saturday 9am – 5pm. Sunday closed.

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