In 2009, I was invited to participate in the ‘Saints and Sinners’ exhibition at St. Martins Lane Hotel as part of the Urban Art Collective.

My contribution to the exhibition consisted of a set of screenprints on perspex and paper that delved into the intricate interplay between the saintly and sinful aspects inherent in all of us, each a poignant exploration of the complexities within familial ties.

Each piece became a visual narrative, capturing the essence of family members portrayed as both saints and sinners. The inherent tension and harmony within familial relationships were encapsulated in the juxtaposition of these dual roles, illustrating the universal truth that we all embody both light and shadow.

The choice of Perspex as the artistic medium was deliberate, serving as symbolic windows into the very essence of my home and the individuals who define it.

The decision to employ silkscreen on double Perspex sheets was not only a technical choice but also a conceptual one. Screenprinting is a technique deeply rooted in the urban art scene.

Notable artists from various countries, such as Nick Walker, Adam 5100, Logan Hicks, Mr. Brainwash, Broken Crow, C215, Asbestos, Sten & Lex, Kosiec, Blek Le Rat, D*Face, and others, participated in the show.

These artworks are no longer available.

Inma La Dulce

Lourdes’ Way

Shhhhhhhh! Sleep, Sleep!

The Circus

Dear Mother, I’ll come home again

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