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Welcome to Cristi Fer Art gallery in San Miguel de Allende!

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We want to give you a pick into our gallery! Cristi Fer Art Located at Zacateros #4, just few doors from Umaran, the gallery's home is a Colonial house 200 years young. The court yard, so customary to most San Miguel businesses give us some extra space to display large art work. The gallery space  is bright and inviting and the art work, even the abstracts, are inspired by San Miguel! We offer a great variety of sizes, paintings on canvas, canvas board and paper.  We also have note cards and photography of the city's doors and characteristic views. If you visit or if you have a San Miguel home don't miss the gallery! We have something for every one!  Our prices are also very competitive, since we are the gallery owners, we have no need to increase prices 70% to 150% as most gallery must do, to cover expanses. Looking forward to meet you! Cristiana Marinescu and Fernando Gonzalez, painters and owners 

Inspired by the colors and textures of San Miguel de Allende, August 2016

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Two Doors in San Miguel, Aug. 2016 By Cristi Fer Acrylic on canvas board Detail 

New Painting at Cristi Fer Art Gallery in San Miguel de Allende

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I have many new projects! And I can not wait to get going on them! Staring a new series, for me always involves focus, detachment and commitment to paint every morning. Following I will post one new paintings from the old Doors of San Miguel de Allende series. Acrylic on canvas board 11" x 14" Currently I accept commissions I can paint a painting of your door in San Miguel or a version of this painting in 24" x 36" canvas size.

One Painting in One Day? How is it possible?

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It is possible when the instructors have over 25 years of teaching experience and teach because they LOVE it! Our approach to teaching is based on mentorship principals. We only work with small groups and individuals because we want to be able to give you lots of attention and direction. We have work with individuals at all levels, from novice to painters who show their art in US and Canada galleries. And 99% of the feedback we received was excellent! One painting in 3.5 hours to be exact, sounds too good to be true? Will I paint by numbers? Is it a gimmick? Is this a drink and paint workshop? Do I need to be an experienced painter? The answer to all this questions is NO. What will I learn? Beginners will learn about composition, color and technique. Intermediate will practice value, composition and perspective. Advanced  painters will have the opportunity to  brush  up on technique and consider new slants to their current art. All this principals are