Art Exhibit: Fernando Giron

Posted January 02, 2019

Fernando Giron's solo art exhibition will be featured at Main Library's Lobby Gallery from January 9 through March 30.

Fernando Giron is a self-taught artist originally from Veracruz, Mexico. He went to school and got his MBA in 1992. He has lived in Texas for the past 14 years. As with many artists, Giron, grew up drawing and sketching daily. He started painting in 2010.

He was part of the Upper Valley Art League where he participated in this first art exhibit. His work has been displayed in interior design stores and over 10 private art exhibits throughout Texas in the past 4 years. He was asked to participate with the International Museum of Art and Science in McAllen, Texas in 2017 for their annual Collage 50th Anniversary event.

Fernando likes to experiment utilizing new materials and techniques. He dreams, imagines, thinks, feels and communicates what moves his soul. His artwork is an explosion of color, vigorous figures, light and shade to produce an effect and emotion. He considers himself a figurative expressionist. His dream is to transcend in this medium and continue making charitable donation and contributing to his community through his art.

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