Nelson Dominguez, with more than 40 years of experience as a painter, ceramist, sculptor and engraver, has been presenting his art works in more than 30 countries around the world. He is well known for his surrealist paintings with very strong colors and lines, specially in black color. In this exposition you can appreciate his medium format mixed media on canvas and big sized drawing on recycled paper.
Eduardo Roca (Choco) of the same generation as Nelson and who both graduated in 1970 from the Cuban National Art School. After graduating, he was dedicated mainly in the experiment of collagraph prints technique of which Choco became a Maestro of collagraphy. His works reflect his high qualities and ability of expression and is appreciated by important art collectors around the world.
Abel Barroso graduated from Havana National School of Fine Arts in 1990. He has created a unique art movement producing three dimensional works by woodblock. His sensational series were the Third World Internet and Low tech robot, which are composed of several pieces of computers and robots invented by himself and made by woodblock. In 2008 the Mobile series and 2013 with his own touch panel telephones with the same technique.
Sandra Ramos and Yendris Patterson both graduated from the same university and with Abel Barroso they are the same generation. They are who created a new wave of expression in their art works. Sandra’s art works convey a strong message to the observer, identifying her native country: the Island of Cuba.
Julio Cesar Pena studied at Camelo Gonzalez engraving studio. Since graduating in 1999, the artist has manifested his artistical language only through skeletal figures in xilography technique. In 2001 the artist won the Grand Prix at the International Print Triennial in Kanazawa, Japan.