WINNERS OF THE I SALMANAZAR WINE BOTTLE INTERVENTION CONTEST, appointed by the Executive Committee of the Yecla Wine Route Association.

All the works presented are evaluated, adhering to the established bases, with fifteen pieces being intervened by: Ana Fernández, Felipe Zúñiga, Lidia López, Laura Barriga, Javier Bañón, David Mediel, Jesús Movellán, Silvia Viana, Silvia Buil, Andrea Hauer, Chema Mora, Alberto Lázaro, Rebeka Elizegi, Francesc Biosca and Aarón Izquierdo. Artists we want to thank for their involvement and work done.

Each of the works are reviewed, assessing the technique, originality, theme and finish of the pieces ... It is worth highlighting the great quality and variety of the works, a fact that has made it even more difficult, if possible, to choose the winners. .

Regarding the "prizes", the results are as follows:


Third Prize , awarded by the Yecla Wine Route Association, valued at € 200:

  • Ana Fernández, with her work "The soul of wine, a tribute to Charles Baudelaire."

Second Prize , awarded by the Regulatory Council of the Yecla Wines Denomination of Origin, valued at € 300:


  • Laura Barriga, with her work "We will toast at the end of the game."

First Prize , courtesy of the Excellency of Yecla City Council, valued at € 500:

  • Aarón Izquierdo, with his work "El tesoro de arabí"

Winners of the 1st salmanazar wine bottle intervention contest

The magnificent work of Silvia Viana and Rebeka Elizegi has been worthy of a special mention, works that were found among the five finalists by the jury.

We also want to acknowledge the collaboration that Emilio Pascual Molina, Director of the contest, gives us year after year, to whom we greatly appreciate all the work done.

Finally, we send our congratulations to all the awarded artists and we reiterate our gratitude to the rest of the participants.

mentions from the 1st salmanazar wine bottle intervention contest

We invite all the public to visit the exhibition of the works, located in the Exhibition Hall of the Municipal House of Culture and which will be open until August 6.

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