I am known as Piña 92 in the artistic field, where I’ve been involved for 16 years now. My main influence in pictorial themes was graffiti art at the beginning, but the need to express and improve my techniques impulsed me to enter the world of plastic art to turn my profile into a hybrid between an urban and a plastic artist.
I have a degree in psychology, but I currently design public space recovery projects through art. I intervene in these projects in the form of micro and macro murals, and with a community of artists I have brought together over the last 5 years.
The techniques I work with are: aerosol, vinyl paint, acrylics, and oils. I have also participated in various canvas exhibitions.
Some of my pictorial influences are Jaime Gonzalez Camarena, Siqueiros, Jose Clemente Orozco, Dali, Picasso, Rembrandt, and Caravaggio, among others.
I aspire to be able to transmit messages about philosophical thoughts through my work all over the world.
I consider myself a curious, responsible, and disciplined person, I translate these aspects to my constant training in topics such as plastic arts, cultural management, social economics, environmental awareness, and the development of projects that help the community, not only artistic but also to the society in general.
I am a faithful believer that you can always live better in any area of your life.
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