Miriam Pérez Guerrero (Mérida, Yucatán), sculptor known for the characteristic that presents her work, that sensation of movement that dance offers, but embodied in bronze. She is the author of the work done with the lost wax bronze technique "Carro de Sol" located in Cuernavaca, Morelos. His work encompasses a vast array of art forms and media, including bronze sculpture, painting, drawing, fused glass and ceramics in which it is applied in areas such as monumental sculpture and architectural design. She has also designed sets and lighting for theater and television, as well as the choreography of the same. Currently resides in Cuernavaca.
As for the sculpture, basically his preferred technique is the bronze to the lost wax, but also handles other materials, almost all metals, such as iron, stainless steel and aluminum. The work of Carro de Sol was initially shown at the 2008 Cuernavaca Fair and later moved to the Tizoc2 cruise where it is currently located. His last exhibition was "El tiempo vivo" where he showed the latest in his work of medium size and sketches in pencil.