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Painter, draftsman, graphic designer, and Cuban muralist who lives and works in the city of Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated from the Higher Institute of Art in Havana (ISA) in 1982, obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Plastic Arts with a specialization in Mural Painting. He also graduated from the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts in 1976. He was a professor and head of the Painting and Composition department at the National School of Plastic Arts (ENAP) for over a decade (1981-1993).

With over 40 years of experience in painting, he has participated in 20 solo exhibitions and over 70 group exhibitions. His paintings are included in the private collections of art connoisseurs in over 30 countries. He has been awarded six First Prizes in painting at the national and international level, including the renowned "13 de Marzo" competition sponsored by the University of Havana and the National Museum of Fine Arts in 1986. He is a member of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC) and the National Council of Plastic Arts (CNAP).

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  • 1982 Graduated from the Higher Institute of Art (ISA), Major in visual Arts with specialty of Mural Painting. Havana, Cuba.

  • 1981-1993 Professor and Head of Department of Painting and Composition of the National school of Visual Arts (ENAP), Havana, Cuba.

  • 1976 Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of San Alejandro, Havana, Cuba


Major awards

  • 1995 First award. "Competition SALON PLAYA" Gallery Servando Cabrera, Havana, Cuba.

  • 1991 First prize. "Hall mini box" Gallery CID # 3, Madrid, Spain.

  • 1990 First award. "International Competition Otto Blathy in Memoriam" National Library Budapest, Hungary.

  • 1987 First award. "Competition 26" The FAR. National Museum of Fine Arts, Havana Cuba.

  • 1986 First award. "Competition March 13" Gallery L. University of Havana, Havana, Cuba.

  • 1974 First prize drawing contest of young artists, Head of University Students, Jagiellonian University. Krakow, Poland.

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