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Artists on Ibiza (Twenty Three)


Aída Miró Vicente

Commentary by Gary Hardy



On Tuesday afternoon of this week, José P Ribas and I made the short five kilometres journey along the Camino De Sa Vorera, which is the back road from San Antonio to the nearby tiny parish of Buscastell, for a meeting with the youthful and up-and-coming locally born artist, Aída Miró Vicente.

We met together at midday in the only bar at Buscastell, Can Tixedó, which also has an Art Gallery managed by Juan Colomar Ribas, where Aída Miró is currently exhibiting her latest paintings in an exhibition she has appropriately named, Desnudas y Bailando, which when translated simply means, Naked and Dancing.

I suppose it makes a change to have an attractive young lady and a gifted painter as the featured artist for this week as more often than not we normally highlight a long established and high profiled artist as the candidate in our popular fortnightly series on Artists of Ibiza.

Aída Miró is steadly growing in statue as a modest and dedicated young artist with an in-depth flair for painting all types of folk and it is our aim to carry on to try and promote the younger artist to give them encouragement especially when it is fully deserved.

Aída Miró
Pictures of the Exhibition Desnudas y Bailando (Naked and Dancing) by Aída Miró
at the Art Gallery Can Tixedó
Aída Miró looking forward to a bright future
Aída Miró in the limelight
Aída Miró between José P Ribas and Juan Colomar Ribas
who is the manager of the Art Gallery Tixedó
Aída Miró with José P Ribas

All Pictures © Gary Hardy (Tuesday 27th August 2002)

Details: If you should require any further information about Aída Miró and her work then please don’t hesitate to contact this office at your own convenience.

Gary Hardy