"Within every work of art exists a life and a message which are witness to the multitude of human emotions. From within the colors and the forms comes this magic. But nothing surges outward without the dialog between the Artist, the Work, and the Public.This dialogue, while unspoken, is fundamental and necessary in my life, and without it, I cannot create"
Casimiro González was born in Havana, Cuba, where he studied in the National School of Fine Arts, and graduated as a Set and Interior Designer. While he was in his last year of school, he participated in a contest of Scenography Design and Lights in the National Theater Festival of Cuba, and received two awards for his scenography in two plays: Macbeth and Blood Weddings.In 1980, Mr. González emigrated to the United States. During his first year in Chicago, he worked for "El Latino Chicago" and Imagenes theatrical groups as set designer, scenographer, customs and lights. He also worked as an interior designer for several restaurants and nightclubs in New York, Chicago, and Mexico.View Casimiro's ResumeAt the same time, he was developing a serious interest in painting, which over the years, has grown to become the most fundamental part of his life.His work has been exhibited in several galleries in New York, Florida, Indiana, California, Washington, DC, Illinois, Texas and Spain.His paintings are now part of private collections in several states, and in France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Germany, Canada, Singapore, and Israel.His work has been critically acclaimed throughout the US. Most recently, he was commissioned to create the image for the official poster of the 1996 Chicago Latino Cinema Film Festival.In 1998, he received the Key to the City of South Miami, Florida, for contributions to the artistic community of Miami-Dade County.
|"A BLUE FISH" - 48 x 72" oil on canvas|
|"PASS WORD" - 68 x 35" oil on canvas|
|The winning - oil on canvas - 44 x 54 cm.|