Six of Hearts | William Hernandez Molina

William is a Peruvian artist who completed his professional education in Painting at La Escuela de Bellas Artes del Perú in 2002. He received a scholarship to study printmaking during the summers in Puerto Varas, Chile through the program, Taller de arte Joven (1998-2000).  In his professional career, William works as a graphic designer for different international and public institutions. He is also an art teacher specializing in drawing and painting for the Museo de arte de Lima. He currently resides in the United States, in Oregon.

Art is a journey full of creative and expressive possibilities with one single objective: to be sincere in all that one does. My life is full of color, and I feel the necessity to express that chromatic gamut on the canvas, reinventing and designing my hopes and desires through the figures that I create. My artwork is heavily influenced by the chaos of urban life; I mix playful, dreamlike figures with vibrant cityscapes.

My art involves different graphic techniques and a distinctive line in every figure and urban landscape. My art portrays delicacy and serenity in figurative pieces, soul and color in abstracts. This blending of styles encompasses the feeling of the dreamlike, representational world of my works. His Artworks are in private collections in Spain, Lima, United States, Germany, Guatemala, Chile.

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Six of Hearts
by William Hernandez Molina | Learn about the artist below
VillaDuCarl Art Collection | Portland, Oregon
One of a Kind
Acrylic on canvas
25″ x 16″
Purchased 2010

Purchase at Auction – Art in Hand – The Portland Project where fifty-four Portland area artists were challenged to transform an ordinary deck of playing cards into a showcase of the extraordinary and diverse artistic talent in our community. Each artist took their assigned playing card, re-imagining it in their own unique style.  The result is an amazing, fully playable deck of cards … an art gallery you can hold in your hand.  The original artwork used to create the Portland Project Deck was sold through auction with 90% of the proceeds of each sale going directly to one of over 25 non-profits selected by the artists.  The Six of Hearts benefited P:ear, an organization created to build positive relationships with homeless and transitional youth, ages 15 to 24, through education, art and recreation to affirm personal worth and create more meaningful and healthier lives.
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  1. Very interesting paintings! I must admit I’m partial to “La Senoridad.” I like your art very much.

  2. Nice looking blog with wonderful art – good work!

  3. “Pintando el Mundo”.

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