Klaus Berends is an artist who combines in his work (and even more in his personal attitude) four major elements which allow him to discover the right orientation of creativity: curiosity, observation, experimenting and imagination.
Berends is creative on different media, although he combines some techniques because each of them alone sometimes are coming too short to answer his creative restlessness.
Bernhard Glauser: Swiss creativity and know-how in jewellery.
Bernhard studied fine mechanics and goldsmith in Switzerland, his homeland where he also enlarged his knowledge about setting precious stones and engravings. In 1996 he arrived on Fuerteventura, attracted by its surfing possibilities. He stayed and has now a lovely jewellery shop in Lajares.
With Love for Life.
Health and Wellness Centre.
Martina Mikoleizig-Tatsch, who was active as a business development trainer for many years, had a near-death experience. After this event she received, albeit unwanted in the beginning, the gift of healing – amongst other gifts. Her standard daily life changed into an internationally recognised activity as a medium and a healer. Over the years Martina has followed further education in healing practices and communication as a medium. She regularly holds seminars, courses, presentations and trains healers, numerologists, and family managers.
SEDARTE: Lidia Nuñez - Creations with silk, colours and light.
Lidia was born in Léon and lives on Fuerteventura since 1996. About 17 years ago, she had her first contact with painting silk through Astrid Ethell. Fascinated by the play of colours and textures on silk, she started to investigate and learn on her own about the subject. She also followed intensive courses about the different techniques with Carmen Escolano in Madrid. Lidia gets inspired by the island.
When we think about heavenly beaches, we immediately imagine those of the Caribbean, Hawaï, Polinesia and, indeed, they all are of a divine beauty. But we don't have to go that far. Fuerteventura has magnificent beaches situated in privileged places and the sand there does offer us a practically unlimited variation of colours. We can find almost every shade of colour here, except the reds and the greens which are reserved exclusively for the Hawaiian islands. In addition to this broad band of colours which goes from white to black, passing over shades of grey, brown, golden or yellow, one has to add other factors like grain size, organic debris which will influence the resulting colour and appearance even more and by this will enlarge the overall colour scheme.