The stunning JaZzArt of Francisco Bravo Cabrera – Jazz Art In Valencia #guest post

My Dear Readers,

A video presentation of the JaZzArt of Francisco Bravo Cabrera. Please take two minutes to enjoy Francisco’s  stunning paintings and music.

First, Francisco in his own words:

My name is Francisco Bravo Cabrera and I consider myself a poet that paints, writes and at times does musical composition.  I live and work in Valencia, Spain.  I call my work “Jazz Art” because I paint using the definition of Jazz, which is that it must be the performer’s art, that it must have ample improvisation and that it must swing. I apply this definition, more or less, to all of my artistic expressions.

I love to draw because I love the line, the solid, black line, sometimes strong and definite, other times ready to compromise or even to fade away.  The line is the artist that creates as he/she performs, improvises and swings. 

Please visit Francisco’s site here.


@short-prose-fiction (Gabriela M)


37 thoughts on “The stunning JaZzArt of Francisco Bravo Cabrera – Jazz Art In Valencia #guest post

    1. Thank you so much, Bojana. It’s a pleasure to share. I hope Francisco reads your comment.

  1. Gabriela, just wanted to thank you again for the guest post! I really appreciate your support! I wanted to let you know that I have nominated you to the Blogger Recognition Award…take good care and all the best,
    greetings from Valencia,

    1. Francisco, the pleasure is mine. I am honored to have you as my guest and humbled by the nomination. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
      My very best wishes. Looking forward to your next post.

    1. My pleasure, Bette. I am glad you enjoyed it.
      Thank you for the wishes. May you have a fabulous 2020.

  2. Gabriela I am so very humbled by the comments from these wonderful bloggers and hopefully friends on this blog community! I thank you from the bottom of my heart for having me as guest blogger and sharing my work. You are an incredible writer and a fantastic, integral human being and it is my great pleasure to have met you as well as an honour. All the best and my greetings from Valencia,

    1. Francisco,
      You are so welcome. The power of your art rips apart souls. It puts them back together and it give them new lives. Colors of sounds and sounds made from colors; in the between a world filled with powerful emotions and energies. Lines magically turn into stories: heavy reds, blue, greens… the dwelling place of the beyond.

      It was a great pleasure to meet you and to have you as my guest.


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.