A Spanish artist, born in Archidona (Malaga) in 1953. He studied Fine Arts at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Real Academia de Santa Isabel de Hungría in Seville.
Today, he boasts a PhD and is a tenured lecturer at the Alonso Cano Faculty of Fine Arts in Granada, as well as: academician at the Fine Arts Real Academia de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias in Granada; advisor and collaborator to the Legado Andalusí; and member of the Cultural Foundation of Archidona (since 1988), among other positions and memberships. His artistic career includes numerous individual and collective exhibitions, several editing projects on individual graphical work, national and international fairs and biennial events, and the development of official portraits and various posters for national festivals, international championships (Cetursa advisor for the World Ski Championships) and cultural events.
His brushes produce vibrant paintings in which classical aspects serve as a backdrop to a more modernist, abstract view of existence. A scholar of colour and explorer of the drawing universes, he dedicates many hours to various aspects, such as investigating green tones. His resulting work is refined and stylish with regards to proportion, academics and balance; however, he faces warmth with ice, and Classical Greece with the turbulent suburb in which we live. Art is, in itself, a vital pretext and the ultimate goal of his work.
His canvases, posters and prints hang in art galleries and institutions around the world, ranging from the Casa de los Pisa Museum in Granada to the Vassa Art Museum in Finland, via many others, including the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid, the University of Granada, Saint Petersburg’s State Hermitage Museum, and the Modern Art Museum in Seville.