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October 20, 2008

Meet the correspondents: LISBON > Eduardo Salavisa



View of Rossio Square, Lisbon, from the Santa Justa Elevator. October 12, 2008

"I feel a close connection between travelling and drawing, a fact that has many advantages: I get lots of memories from my sketchbooks when I travel, and, the fact that I feel I am travelling whenever I draw, enables me to travel day after day, in my own town. And what I like about my hometown, Lisbon, is the unexpected meeting of the alley, the old square, and the Tagus River, always peeking at every corner of the street."

• Eduardo's blog.
• Eduardo's website: diariografico.com

11 comments :

marina said...

I love your style!
It's so great to discover such a great artists here!

Sharon Frost said...

I love the black & white panorama featured here. Look forward to seeing more.

Julián Abreu said...

ALL OF YA ARE GREAT AND WONDERFULL ARTISTES!!!!!!!!! I LOVE THE ARWORKS AND I LOVE THE BLOG.

josé louro said...

I know this fellow from somewhere...

Ea Ejersbo said...

Hello Eduardo. I'm enjoying your panoramic drawings - it's great to have a wide selection of artists, both style and subject-wise on here.

e.s. said...

Obrigado. I'm going to try to show Lisbon.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Professor Salavisa.

I really apreciate the work you've been making to feature drawing in portugal.

I loved the visit you made at my school last year talking about how carrying a sketchbook everywhere with you makes you have more atention to things you see everyday.

Anonymous said...

Hi Professor Salavisa.

I really apreciate the work you've been making to feature drawing in portugal.

I loved the visit you made at my school last year talking about how carrying a sketchbook everywhere with you makes you have more atention to things you see everyday.

RUY_a said...

Olá Eduardo,

Gostava de começar a pintar em aguarela.

Sabe se posso encontrar na Internet dicas (ou algum curso) de como iniciar?

Obrigado.