I always liked the Sea... its magic and movement.
that's why I'm here, interpreting the Messages from Water
with my hands full of color... full of Sea.
Artist born in Mexico City in 1962.
Art studies at the National Institute of Fine Arts and in the Academy of San Carlos of the National University, UNAM. Since 1984 he participates in more than 40 individual and collective exhibitions, murals and illustrations in Mexico, Canada and Europe. In 1999 he founded and directed the House of Culture in Huatulco, Mexico. In 2015 he receives a tribute to his work at the School of Fine Arts of Oaxaca. For the third time, in 2017, he presents his exhibition "Beyond the sea ... magic and color" and he donates a mural in Dubravka, Bratislava, Eslovaquia.
Studied at the San Carlos Academy of the National University. Painting, Engraving and Muralism.
From this year he participates in more than 40 individual and collective exhibitions in Mexico, Canada and Europe.
He imparts painting workshops, cultural promotion and artistic study trips to Spain, France and Italy.
Founded the House of Culture in Huatulco, Mexico.
He opens the Art Gallery and Contemporary Art Workshop in Huatulco, to impart workshops for kids, young people and adults.
International Individual Exhibition “Visions of a Mythic World”, in Viena, Austria, during the President Summit of the European Union and Latin America.
He represents Oaxaca with the individual exhibition: “Among the color of water and fire” in Slovakia.
Individual exhibition "Transformations of the Past" in the Oaxaqueños Painters Museum.
He represents Mexico with the exhibition “The Messages from Water” in Slovakia in honor of the Bicentenary of Mexican Independence.
He presents “Messages from Water”, individual exhibition in the Cultural Center “Leonardo Da Vinci” in Montreal, Canada.
Tribute for his 30 years of trajectory in the School of Bellas Artes in Oaxaca with the exhibition “Messages from Water".
For third occasion is presented in Slovakia with the exhibition “Beyond the Sea…magic and color…” and donates a mural to the Cultural Center of Dubravka in Bratislava.