The legendary museum, joined on the Costanera of Puerto Varas, turned 13 years old and continues promoting art and building dreams.
Pablo Fierro is a plastic artist born in Temuco in 1964 who settled permanently in the capital of the tenth region in the decade of the ’80s. His art and passion is realistic and naturalistic painting, skillfully standing out with the use of pastel pencil and in the accuracy of details of his wonderful works.
His paintings have led him to be invited to different places in the world in a large and varied number of exhibitions where he had the opportunity to make known through his unprecedented and historical style, the urban life of southern Chile, with its unique charms of the Chiloe merger with German immigration. His work is born as a way to express a feeling of what he lives daily in Puerto Montt and its surroundings.
In the time elapsed since he embraced art, the architectural heritage; which is one of the facets that shows, has suffered a very remarkable decline either by the ravages of time, by the climate or the simple neglect of authorities and descendants who do not give the deserved value to such beauty.
Through the creation, in 2002, of the “Pablo Fierro Museum”, this passionate artist has managed to capture the magic of past times between his collection of antique objects and his paintings.
Although at first it was created as a kind of heritage preservation, through painting in the town of Melipulli, in 2006 it was moved to the waterfront of Puerto Varas and with the help of the private sector, the Municipality and the great integrity of the painter was consolidated as the Museum of Ancient Things Pablo Fierro.
This pictorial museum is surrounded by an atmosphere and spirit of the past where each visitor remembers the image of their ancestors when contemplating every detail and every utensil recovered and made available to the public’s gaze. We must emphasize the generosity of this artist, committed to Life and Art, bringing to our hands so endearing testimonies in his extraordinary Museum.