Artist bio

I was born in Honduras in 1991, Tegucigalpa Honduras. I lived in Mexico for almost 10 formative years and recently moved back to Tegucigalpa. I started painting and drawing at a very early age. I come from an artistic background. My uncle was a painter brother of my grandmother and my dad is a painter, sculptor, architect & automotive designer. My sister and cousin are illustrators. I feel lucky to be part of an artist family whereat is not strange for my dad, sister and I to sit and draw together, still. When I was a child, my sister and I created stories in small comic books, inventing our own characters. While growing up, my father taught us how to use acrylic, oil paints and water-colors. I painted my first mural within the age of 13. I created my first professional painting at age 15. Since then I have been drawing, I studied Graphic Design in Mexico city. Later on I moved to USA to study one year of illustration. One of my biggest life achievements was being accepted to the prestigious Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) in the United States. Receiving a judge scholarship from. While I couldn’t finish my studies I only stayed for a year, I did not stop pursuit of my career as artist. I worked for two years as an illustrator for appbooks with the company named Bulbulapps. At the same time, I worked as an illustrator for children's books. This work led to my illustrating for a film produced by the children’s books author. In 2015 and 2016, I taught art classes for children aged 9 to 14, sold portrait paintings and showcased my work at exhibitions in Bistro, La enramada restaurants and yautepec 98 house gallery in Mexico City. Years later I moved back to Honduras were I experimented life It was the presidential elections and there was disagreement. The people angry got power in the streets we had a curfew. There were political problems so I moved twice to different cities. In San Pedro Sula, the second capital of Honduras, I made my first mural. From there I moved to an island called Roatán located in Honduras. Where I started doing murals, paintings, live art shows (painting while the audience sees you painting on stage). I was painting along with a music group called The scallywagz with an artist named Brion James a famous artist in Honduras and known in some parts of the world. I did murals and paintings for Bars, restaurants, dive shops, The marine park and public schools. In 2019 I moved to the United States where I did my first mural in Washington DC for Rebuilding together. My first exhibition in Washington DC RAW artist . I Participated in a Chalk Fest in Reston VA. In 2020 I went to Mexico, I made a mural with other artists and exhibited at Interarte in Spain. I’m talented and hard worker I want an opportunity to exhibit my art in this gallery





Artist Statement

This painting means a new beginning, rising from the flowers and light. The deep eye view means hope. I always feel that we need a little bit of hope to progress in life to pursue our dreams. The flowers are open and bright, beautiful and strong. This pink means that it doesn't matter what we are leaving in the moments of this time from this pandemic we are light. WE all reflect color, nature, peace and love. We can get through this by being in peace and positivity.

How it fits into contest

The painting shows inter peace is a fight against evil the flowers are openly rising peacful his strong eye view of this men reflected. I call it “the open eye”. The open eye is the eye that sees everything around you. This type of eyes are eyes that feels energies, signs, future if something wrong or good or something is coming, your body it can recharge with nature energy. By having this type of eye view you already had chose to experiment good a bad through life. It can understand yourself and others and heal yourself. Is so intense and powerful what you see and feel that is so open. the lens through which I see and participate in the balance between dark and light.


Just me

How to Purchase this Artwork

Original art work, price 1200 dollars, Acrylic painting, I can send it by Fedex if someone purchase it. If is near the area I can send it to them personally.

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