When he invited us, we did not hesitate to pick up every piece and examine it, as everything in the museum may be touched. We found they bore a resemblance to the objects we had once seen at our grandparents or family house.
Fierro's paintings are shown next to an old mailbox, home utensils, as well as old magazines and newspapers whose paper had turned yellow. Walls and corners are completely upholstered by items on display.
A special feature about this venue is the presence of its creator, sharing his passionate accounts and turning the visit into a moment of friendship and longing.
The house itself is to be appreciated. It boasts a pretty wooden staircase that leads to the top floor and a balcony that occupies the entire front of the building. While standing there, we caught a whole glimpse of Lake Llanquihue and the Osorno Volcano.
Putting up this historical space was a personal dream for Pablo Fierro, which came true when he opened up the doors of this house that remained in spite of the passing of time and shared it with us.
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Pablo Fierro Art Museum
Vicente Pérez Rosales Waterfront, Puerto Varas, Lake District