Pilar Gógar opens a window to the contemplation of the universe, taking us to a galactic and metaphysical reality.
In today’s world, with its frenetic speed, her proposal invites us to stop and connect with the natural astonishment through the contemplation of the cosmos. A reality much bigger than each of us but of which we are all part. According to her, the universe has something special, when looking up at it we see our life from another perspective. In this way, her intention is to convey to the viewer the importance of human emotions and their connection to the universe.
Galaxies, nebulae, stars, planets, make up the language she works with.
To achieve this, she uses photographs from space telescopes and entities such as NASA and interprets them by combining different techniques such as oil, acrylic and airbrush, among others.
Despite the fact that she has been associated with painting all her life, was not until 2015 that she started her career as a professional full-time artist.
Based in Spain, her works have been part of different exhibitions as well as are part of private collections all over the glove.
If you want to see more of her artworks, you can find her under the name of @PilarGogar on different social media, such as Instagram, Tiktok or Youtube, where she uploads content and interacts regularly with her community. If you want to contact her you can do it through her webpage www.pilargogar.com
Pillars of Creation Painting – Acrylic and airbrush on canvas. 46x71cm / 18×28 Inch.
Triffid Nebula Painting – Acrylic, airbrush and colored pencils on wooden panel. 116×88,5x4cm / 1,5x46x35 Inch.
Orion Nebula Painting – Acrylic on 3D Canvas 90x150cm / 35×59 Inch.
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Monkey Head Nebula – Oil painting on canvas. 60x60cm / 24×24 Inch.
NGC 986 – Acrylic and Airbrush on canvas, 22x27cm / 9×11 Inch.
NGC 4258 – Acrylic and airbrush on canvas. 33x33cm / 13×13 Inch.
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Spiral Galaxy M100 – Acrylic and airbrush on canvas. 22x27cm / 9×11 Inch.