On the occasion of the European General Data Protection Regulation and that we have been adapting in Joarjo in recent weeks, we have decided to reward our faithful followers with the draw of an original painting by Pepe Cerdá.
It is inspired by the walks of the illustrious Aragonese painter through the Forest of Borce, a village in the high Valley of Aspe, in the Bearnés Pyrenees. Borce is one of the first villages of the Aspe Valley, it preserves its medieval stamp and is located on a promontory overlooking the valley.
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As it is already known, the renowned Aragonese painter and JOARJO have maintained a close collaboration for a long time thanks to our commitment to social and cultural responsibility. From here, we thank Pepe Cerdá for his work and how he makes it available to us through monthly cultural pearls to share with our readers.