‘Sagrada’ (80x80cm) (31.4×31.4in)
Mixed Media on Resin’d Canvas
©Fordee 2019

A tribute piece to the beautiful Sagrada Familia. Mixed techniques and disciplines used to create this beautiful piece. There is UV ink, Liquid Silver and Glitter underneath the resin’d finish.

Originally, it was architect Francisco de Paula del Villar who was in charge of the project, which he envisioned in a classic Gothic style. His plans consisted of a three-nave church with elements such as blister windows, exterior buttresses and a high needle-like spire, all typical to Gothic architecture. But eventually, the work was entrusted to Antoni Gaudí in 1883, aged just 31 years old. Gaudí completely changed the original project and began building his most famous work, which marked his style, made him known worldwide, and allowed him to be known as the master of modern architecture.

“Those who look for the laws of nature as a support for their new works collaborate with the creator.” -Antoni Gaudi


, , , , , , , , , , ,

Project Details

  • Acrylic, Spray Paint, Alcohol, Glitter, Markers, Resin