The Director General of Trade and Crafts, Julio José Lorenzo, visited today, along with the Councillor for Tourism, Trade and Handicraft of Lorca, Francisco Felix Montiel, the exhibition 'A turning point', the artisan Adela Ruiz (Naru), which will be open until late April at the Craft Centre in the municipality.
The 18 large pieces that includes the shows represent the first incursion of craft firm in the field of sculpture, extending its offer so far was focused on furniture and artisan wrought iron tables.
The theme of the sculptures revolve around the Meninas, bullfighters, dancers or eroticism, featuring a large sculptural clock over 1.50 meters.
The CEO of Crafts and Trade said that "this company metal craft design, which adapts and personalizes each piece to where they will be located or style the client prefers, characterized by the pursuit of design creativity and exclusivity in the details, which makes it an example of the new craft of the region driven from the region. "
Naru's work is mainly focused on sectors such as catering, contributing their parts to create unique environments for hotels, wineries and restaurants.
Adela Ruiz and Naru artisan company have a history of over ten years and has won awards such as the second prize to the Crafts 'Unique works' in the Region of Murcia, in 2004, the prize for best booth decoration HOREQ In 2007, the prize CECLOR in 2008, or recognition of Interior Design magazine as one of the top four enlightening to Europe in 2009.
The exhibition 'A turning point' may be visited during this month in Lorca Craft Centre, located on Calle Lope Gisbert, s / n in time from 09:00 to 14:00 and 17:00 to 19:30 on weekdays.
On Saturdays from 11:00 to 13:30 and 18:00 to 20:00, and Sundays from 12:00 to 14:00.