Francisca Blázquez



Francisca Blázquez presents her works in the English capital city (The Framers Gallery, 36 Windmill Street, W1T 2/T London, h 10 a.m.-5.30 p.m.).


 Francisca Blázquez’s Dimensionalismo and Her Cosmic Enlightened Life


In 1998 the Spanish multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary artist Francisca Blázquez, created the theory of Dimensionalismo, which is a journey through the different existing dimensions: the visible and the invisible ones, as well as the spiritual, cosmic, galactic, ethereal, angelic ones and those of water and love. 


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Francisca Blázquez shows her Dimensionalismo at The Framers Gallery, in an exhibition organized by the aforementioned gallery featuring Platinum Collection, whose presidents are Luciano Massarelli and Marcella Marcis (October 13-18, 2008, The Framers Gallery, 36 Windmill Street, W1T 2/T London, h 10 a.m.-5.30 p.m).

The works she presents in the English capital belong to the Dimensionalismo theory and are divided into different series: this time they are cosmic, but they also belong to the water dimension. Thus, we can see how elemental particles of energy behave, which may not be visible to the human eye, but whose material results are.

We see strange crystallographies, that are surrounded by environments whose physic and spiritual beauty is astounding. Those paintings are rich in symbols and allegories, with spectacular fantasy and calculated thinness; her geometric shapes are exuberant, strange, rich in cosmic and devic allusions.

Her works featured in 65 individual expositions as well as 350 collective ones in 16 countries of 3 continents, like the U.S., Italy, China, Japan, Russia, Denmark, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Portugal, the U.K., Argentina and Peru, just to name a few.

Her works belong to several important public and private collections, such as those of 200 Swiss companies, the Swiss Banks Union, the Swiss Banks Corporation, the Newman Foundation of Chicago, the Marugame Hirai Museum (Japan), Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, the Instituto Cervantes in Moscow and the Fundación Argentaria in Madrid.

She took part in fairs, such as ARCO (Madrid), and she exhibited her Works in the Galería Anselmo Álvarez (Madrid) and the Galería Verena Höffer (Barcelona).Her contribution to painting is based on the union of science and spirituality in compositions that are characterized by their complexity, fantasy and beauty.


Joan Lluís Montané
IAAC (International Association of Art Critics)





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