Guillermo Bejarano

I am a founding member of the Mexican American Muralist Movement of the US. My artwork can be found at the Latino Art Museum in Pomona, Ca. And Smithsonian, Our America: The Latino Presence in American Art in Washington, DC.

I received my BA in Painting/Fine Arts from the California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and a second degree in Mexican American Studies. During my time at CSUN, I was given the opportunity to study in a ‘special elective’ internship in Mexico City under the direction of David Alfaro Siqueiros, a renowned muralist artist. My study of the Visual Arts of “las Americas” was a testimonial to my achievements in American Arts (USA).

After my graduation from the CSUN, I was an Art Director for several commercial and literary magazines. 1989: I attended the University of Southern California, School of Business. I was the owner of a graphic arts, printing, website and marketing business. Retiring, I pursued Fine Arts in painting. I was offered Artist-In-Residentship at the California Museum of Photography and awarded honors with distinction in digital arts. My wife Pamela and I moved to Todos Santos in September 2010. We still have limited residence in Laguna Hills, Ca.

I enjoy hiking, off roading, tennis, gardening, arts, photography and travel but my passion is painting. My medium is acrylic and occasionally I use oil. My latest artwork represents mining mountains, environmental climates, and various motifs of abstract-figurative representations.

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