Guillermo Olguín Mitchell, better known as Guillero Olguín was born 1969 in Mexico City.
Olguín completed professional studies at the Cornish School of Arts in Seattle, Washington, USA and postgraduate studies at the Budapest Hungary Art Academy.
He works in several mediums such as photography, videography, graphic art, and drawing, but is primarily known for his painting. His work often depicts pagan rites and mythology, but is heavily influenced by Mexican art, particular from the state of Oaxaca.
Olguín’s work has been exhibited around the world in countries such as: Mexico, United States, Cuba, Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina, Hungary, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Finland and Japan.
His work is collected by private collectors across the Americas and Europe and by museums such as the Art Museum of Oaxaca and the Graphic Arts Institute of Oaxaca.
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 23.5" x 19.5" (60cm x 50cm)
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