From Spain 1969, leaving in Switzerland since 2011.
As self-taught artist, she develops her style mainly in abstraction and texture, with collages grounded compositions.
In 1988, her first contact with the world of art and design happened when she began her studies in the fashion design. She carried her training on in 1990 as building designer. She will devote several years to this activity and they will leave her strong geometric influence through her art.
Throughout her career, she participates in numerous exhibitions and fairs in several countries such as Spain, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Italy, Colombia, Taiwan, Mexico, Argentina, USA, Iran, Singapore and Brazil. She participated in events at major museums such as the Carrousel du Louvre à Paris, the Museum of the Americas in Florida, and was invited as Honours guest to artistic events at the Mexican Embassy in California, the Culture in Tijuana, Mexico. She receives numerous awards: Honours of the National Academy of Fine Arts of Brazil, Distinctive Award of the National Society of Fine Arts of Paris, Bronze Medal of the Paris Academic Society of Arts, Sciences and Letters of Paris, First International Award of Fine Arts of the Cordoba Association in Spain, Special Award Arteimpresion of Miami.
She is featured in many art publications, magazines and cultural international sites.
His work is represented in private collections in Japan, China, Taiwan, France, England, Italy, United States, Switzerland, Germany and Spain.
Almudena Pintado often surrenders herself to the spontaneous progression of her creative process. Rather than adhering to a predetermined concept, Pintado embraces the unexpected, allowing the emotions and energy of the moment to guide her work. This approach frequently leads to a final result that is largely improvised, showcasing the fluidity and freedom of her artistic expression. Pintado’s intuitive method, which is at times almost inadvertent, enables her to unearth novel techniques and continuously evolve as an artist. By relinquishing control and resisting the urge to confine her work within rigid boundaries, she embarks on a captivating artistic journey. Each piece, in essence, becomes an adventure of self-discovery and experimentation, with the destination remaining unknown until the work reaches its conclusion.