Inma Serrano in the Centro de Portugal

Urban Sketchers - Inma Serrano - Convento de Cristo
Place: Tomar
Photo: Inma Serrano
Photo: Inma Serrano

Living very close to the border, in Huelva, Inma had already been in Portugal several times. As a child she often went with her family to Vila Real de Santo António. Later on she spent an unforgettable holiday with a friend in Lisbon and more recently travelled the country from north to south, where she was enchanted by little discoveries in the interior of the country.

She remembers many moments of the Sketch Tour in the Centro de Portugal with special affection. The light and the colour of the market of Caldas da Rainha, birthplace of her friend and host Nelson, the charm of Óbidos, the sound of the sea and the weight of history in Peniche, the cafés, the fabulous Convent of Christ and Mosteiro de Alcobaça. It was a real pleasure to visit and sketch the Centro de Portugal.

Caldas da Rainha




Convento de Cristo / Convent of Christ

Mosteiro da Batalha

Inma Serrano
Inma Serrano was born in 1973, in Seville. She studied Fine Arts at the University of Seville, where she specialized in design and engraving.
She has been involved in art education for the past 15 years and has taught creative drawing, painting and photography courses. Her work has been shown in national and international exhibitions related to travel and sketchbook diaries, which are her main interest. As an instructor, Inma has attended the Urban Sketchers International Symposiums in Santo Domingo (2011), Barcelona (2012) and Singapore (2013), and has also led workshops in other European cities.
She currently teaches Visual Arts in Seville and is a correspondent in the Urban Sketchers Spain group.
For Inma, drawing is very important to understanding life and being happy.

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