The Spanish artist Amador Vallina works in mixed media on canvas, steel and paper, monotypes, original prints, drawings and light sculptures. Amador creates breathtaking life-size sculptures of plants and clouds that glow with the power of neon light. The cloud sculptures are made from resin are part of a series "No Shadow". Amador's work plays with the dichotomy between light and shadow while serving as a brilliant showcase of low-energy lighting technology. Amador is experimenting with light installations consisting of a mix of foam, resin, plaster, and video projections. He uses massive sculptures as a main element in a light show that is captivating. The play of light and shapes is hypnotic in Amador's projects. Amador combines blown glass with the inert gas and colored phosphors usually found in neon tubes to create internally illuminated artwork. Viewers of his work will notice the craftsmanship of the blown glass, the bright colors seen locally in Dan Flavin works, and the playful interaction of the plasma globes seen in the science museums of childhood.