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Hector Herrera

Without Passion There is No Art

From Ensenada, Baja California, Hector Herrera shares his views of the world with amazing color handling over spectacular art pieces, he makes mixes between paint and inks and the result are more than awesome, you can appreciate the brightness and shine on the textures. Personally I can say that his head sculptures are profound and dramatic, and his portrait style has an amazing force and strength.

He was born in Mexico City and went to the first university in Latin America, the UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico) where he got a degree in Visual Arts, as part of the program PAEA of the renowned Ancient San Carlos Academy, where one of the most famous Mexican muralists ­-Diego Rivera- had his origins too. He got a scholarship from the Polytechnic University of Valencia to conclude his career. Hector has received several awards and art commissions, nowadays he is coordinating the CRIA in Ensenada (Center of Residences and Artistic Exchanges) and the objective of this project is to provide a space where the artists can get together to interchange ideas, techniques and basically been around each other to grow artistically and personally, also to open new public spaces to exhibit the work of the artists; the CRIA is located in downtown Ensenada, but there are new facilities which are located on the free highway from Ensenada to Tijuana, very close to the tollbooth.

Hector is focused in working projects for the city of Ensenada in this moment, if you go into his website  you will be amazed by the impressive painting style and his art proposal, is absolutely beautiful.

Hector is working a very important piece for the city of Cabo San Lucas, is a donation to Los Cabos Community. A monument that will be placed at the very entrance of Romeo & Julieta restaurant. We are talking about a big bronze sculpture of a Tuna Shoal, the name of the piece is “Cardúmen” (shoal in Spanish).

Without any doubts Hector Herrera is a great artist and we are sure our community and our happy visitors will very well appreciate his work.

Hector Herrera



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