Inmaculada Gimeno Antolin was born in Madrid but has lived and worked in Fuengirola, southern Spain since 1983. She studied Art & Interior Decoration at the Montelar School in Madrid. Following, she was in charge of a section in an Interior Design magazine for eight years.
Inmaculada studied engraving at the Municipal School Workshop in Fuengirola, she learned printmaking techniques from the classical to the avant-garde, and now has her own workshop where she creates prints with mixed techniques, combining etching with other methods.
She is inspired by the beautiful Andalusia and also architecture. A number of her etchings are inspired by the decorative elements of buildings, including the Mosque of Cordoba and the Alhambra in Granada.
Inmaculada has had solo exhibitions in Fuengirola, Ronda, Marbella, Madrid, Alicante and Japan, and group exhibitions in Cadiz, Granada, Valladolid, Marbella and Fuengirola. She released two editions for Project Leader II (CEDER, Ministry of Agriculture, Board of Andalusia and European Union) and two editions for the Mijas City Council which are exhibited at the City Hall.
Festival of Art, Group Exhibition, Marbella, Spain
2002 - 2007
International Exhibition of Engraving (ESTAMPA), Madrid, Spain