Spain, 1966


Nacho Zubelzu’s life is marked by his passion for art and nature, emerging from the fascination that comes from the environment of the Valle de Campo in Cantabria, Spain. He gets inspired by his own experiences in the local mountains to internalize the beauty of the natural elements and to capture them in artistic forms: in paintings, photographs, sculptures, large format installations, performances and small illustrations. The artist, who has never drawn a dividing line between painting and sculpture, but rather combines the two areas, uses the repetition and variation that generate sequences in which an analysis of the ideas, sensations and feelings is approached.