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Born on March 9, 1950, in Huehuetán, Azoyú, Guerrero, the painter began his artistic journey under challenging circumstances. Following his father's death, he had to suspend his elementary studies. At 22, he swapped farming tools for brushes, moving to Acapulco. Initially working as a bricklayer, he soon adapted and started selling watercolor paintings to tourists on the boardwalk.

His unique style, depicting flowers and women from his hometown, gained recognition. Painting eight to ten hours a day, his works are now featured in galleries across Mexico, the United States, France, Holland, and Germany. He won first place at the XXVIII World Congress of Poets in 2008 for his piece "Valley and Flowers."


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