Jaime A. Carreras

Acuatica (300- dpi)

Born in San Juan, the main city in northern Puerto Rico, on November 8, 1964. Since childhood he felt great interest in art by drawing naked in their early school years. He studied art at the University of the Sacred Heart of PR in Kansas City Art Institute and took courses with the Puerto Rican artist Rafael Motta.

Puerto Rican artist, modern impressionist. His unique style has excelled in the field of contemporary art. He has exhibited in different venues both inside and outside the island. Thus placing works from local collectors, Miami, Chicago, New York et al. Some of these trips only to the island to acquire the work. In 2006, he was awarded by the ICA as an artist with prominent display abroad. With its distinct style has been established in the art world. A tireless worker, is the result of a consistent and successful career in the design industry. With over 18 years of experience through his art studio ECLIPSE, this young painter shows great maturity in his work.

The experience, conceptualize and develop ideas on a professional level for many years, has been a challenge faced and achieved. The contribution of this artist in the plastic, coincidentally begins. With the magic and energy that radiates from his work, well worth observing.

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2 comments

  1. […] artists for the first show are: Argentina:  Maby Rod. Costa Rica: Martha Espinosa. Puerto Rico:  Jaime Carreras  and  Torres Pereyra. Russia: Taya Naumovich. Chile: Joan Belmar. Cuba-Canada: Niurka […]

  2. […] artists for the first show are: Argentina:  Maby Rod. Costa Rica: Martha Espinosa. Puerto Rico:  Jaime Carreras  and  Torres Pereyra. Russia: Taya Naumovich. Chile: Joan Belmar. Cuba-Canada: Niurka […]

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