The Biombo Art Blog

Promoting art and culture

The Biombo Art Blog


“Art is a reflection of our most creative side and it fuels our interest of expressing everything that is part of our existence.”

Sara Sanz
Sara Sanz, Founder of The Biombo Art Blog

Sara Sanz, founder of “The Biombo” Art Blog, is a lover of Fine Arts and Culture with an exquisite taste for detail and excellence, that promotes art and culture with a vocation of permanence, doing a proactive work of dissemination and participation in cultural activities in an international context.

She believes the key to success in innovation is believing in what you do, failing and persevering. She’s also a strong advocate of a global cultural community and visibility as a way of promoting equal opportunities, and dedicates a great amount of her energy, time and space to sharing everything she considers of general interest.

One of these spaces is the “The Biombo” Art Blog, from which the young creator from Valladolid Sara Sanz echoes artworks, art spaces and art events, shares political-artistic reflections and expands her own art collection promoting a different artist every year.

This personal art blog with presence in social media can be categorized as avant-garde, both for its universal vocation as well as for its authenticity, originality and ability to reinvent itself and evolve.

Her mission is to get to know artistic talent, to contribute to the recognition of talented people and to strengthen sinergies that generate opportunities of personal and professional development.

The idea came up from her curiosity about creativity, her passion for making visible the invisible creations and her wish and interest in contributing to demolish the obstacles or “biombos” that stand in the way of equality of opportunity within society.

In his own words, she considers that “promoting art creation is a way of being an artist”

This year we’ve talked about art-related events from 2019, such as the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the fire in the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, which is a World Heritage Site, or the Bicentennial of the Museo del Prado in Madrid, which has become a Spanish cultural institution referenced worldwide. We’ve also mentioned the main international art exhibitions that take place in Spain’s capital every year, such as Feria Arco, Art Madrid, Just Mad and Casa Decor. Let’s also not forget the celebration of World Art Day, which happens to be the same day as Leonardo Da Vinci’s birthday, and the completion of Héctor Lara’s masterpiece called “Birdman” after two years of hard work.

In conclusion, The Biombo is a form of expression, a form of escape into the world of imagination, a life philosophy and, above all, a process of personal growth. Are you following us?


“The Biombo must be a reference, and culture should command and take control. Art must find and claim its place. And we must see it happen.” 

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Post translated by Andrea Barrocal Velasco


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