Tomás Galindo Fazán, 31 years old, is a Cuencano painter, known for his works of bright and expressive colors on white backgrounds. His work has been exhibited throughout Cuenca, in such venues as the Aliazna Francesa gallery and at the 2018 International Writers Conference. Galindo has been painting since he was four years old. From an early age, he says, his mother talked to him about colors and contrasts. Soon, he began studying at the painting academy of Eudoxia Estrella, the founder of Cuenca’s Museum of Modern Art, where he was a student for more than 12 years. He credits…
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