BY LUIS PAVON
Luis Pavon’s first contact with art was with a painting of Sagasta Street in order to be accepted into an annual course in Architecture. Between 1966 and 1975, he completed his study at the School of Architecture of Seville and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. In Fuengirola, Malaga he directs as lead Architect with about 1,000 projects carried out between Costa del Sol Canary Islands and Morocco. His enthusiasm for artistic activity in general lead to his being named the Vocal Culture School Board Architects 1990 Malaga and founder of the Art Gallery of the College of Architects.
Pavon traveled from Malaga, Spain to be part of the unveiling of Phase 1 of The Art Bench Project in The Woodlands, TX. “Amber” weighs over 100 pounds and is made out of wood, corten steel and amber. Inside the amber are fossilized leaves that seem to float when the sunlight hits them.
Underwritten by: Woodforest National Bank