José Luis Ramírez

José Luis Ramírez

I was born in Tepehuaje de Morelos, Jalisco in 1966. I started painting painting still lifes and skulls with flowers and fruits on the head. I paint since the age of twelve, watercolor and acrylic. My artistic studies began in 2006 in the Santa Maria de Gracia Cloister, School of Plastic Arts of the University of Guadalajara. In February 2001 I show my works for the first time. I like the intense color that represents the colors of death so that the skulls are more alive than ever.

Julian West

Painting blindly is a way of expressing what you can not see but you can
perceive in some way. As a haptic artist, darkness is what
inspires to build on the canvas, that image that allows me to channel
medium of touch, a feeling or emotion of life stored in the
memory.

Karina Aguilar

Karina Aguilar

She studied in Guadalajara, Jal and part of living more than a decade in Canada. There it is nourished by the ethnic aspects of the region and its pictorial tendencies are around the cultural and religious syncretism. She has always liked a lot and her pieces sell very well.

Leonardo Vargas

Leonardo Vargas

He is a self-taught painter, he has been painting for more than a decade. He has tendencies in descriptions and Mexican pictorial readings. But fundamentally, and in addition to its great color, it handles the time factor in its pictures. Watches, paintings, butterflies and a fantastic world make their pieces a great beauty.

Luis Eduardo González

Luis Eduardo González

He is one of the greatest jaliscienses watercolors of the moment. He received the Presea "SILVER BRUSH" as part of the October celebrations. He has received several awards throughout his career especially for his watercolor work, although he masters all techniques with mastery. Deploying your CV here would be very long, but suffice to say that your collectors have them scattered around the world. Mexico, New York, Japan and in Europe have faithful collectors. We are talking about a mystic of painting.