Jorge Fernandez, contemporary sculptor, lives and works in Miami Fl.
Jorge has been an active member of the South Florida arts community for more than 29 years. In addition to showing in galleries and museums throughout the U.S. and Europe, he has created art for public places. His first art mission came to public prominence in 1986 when he participated as sculptor and designer in an Art in Public Place Project “Ceremony of the Tropics”, a colorful mural in ceramic tiles at the Santa Clara Metrorail station, Miami, together with a Cuban artist Carlos Alonso. In the same year he worked with Betye Saar on his “On our way” installation at the Dr. Martin Luther king Jr. Metrorail station, Miami.
• Cross of San Juan Bosco Church, Miami, Florida
• Cross of St.Patrick Chirch, Miami Beach
Recent Individual and Group Exhibitions:
• Group Show, Art Rouge Gallery, Miami, FL
• “ Welcome to ….’, solo show , Lurie-Kavachnina Gallery, Miami, FL
• Arte Americas Art Fair, Lurie-Kavachnina Gallery, Miami Beach, FL
• Group show of gallery artists, Soho Gallery, Los Angeles, C.A.
• Annual Open Art Juried Exhibition, Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL
• Without Walls Sculpture Exhibition, Fort Pierce, and St. Lucie. FL.
• Eco Art Land, Star Island, Miami, FL
• “Sculpt Miami’, Contemporary Art Fair, Miami, Fl.
• “ Art inspired by Burning man”, group show, Star Island, Miami
• “Sculpt Miami”, Contemporary Sculpture Art Fair, Miami.
• MOLAA, Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, C.A
• The Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL