Miguel Hernandez Autorino

Realistic oil painting of a body of water in the winter, snowbanks and ice surround the stream

Winter Walks II, 2022, oil on canvas














About the artist:

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Miguel Hernandez Autorino is a Venezuelan artist and designer living in Peterborough, Canada since 2016. Miguel creates oil paintings, pencil drawings and murals. He has participated in multiple First Friday Art Crawls and a juried show titled, “Why the @#&! Do you paint? All those lines,” at The Gladstone Hotel (Toronto). He was also a part of the 2021 Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour. 

In the last year, Miguel has created multiple public art pieces in downtown Peterborough. Notably, his artwork can be seen at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre, Peterborough Health Unit, and The New Canadians Centre. Throughout the year, Miguel teaches one-on-one art lessons and drawing classes at the Art School of Peterborough. Miguel sits on the Board of Directors at the Art School of Peterborough and is an active volunteer at the New Canadians Centre. Miguel paints every day at his studio, selling commissions and painting his interests.

Interior of Miguel Jose Hernandez Autorino’s studio, multiple work desks are shown around the studio, easels sit in each corner of the room, displayed on them are the artist’s realistic oil paintings

Interior of Miguel Hernandez Autorino’s studio


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Tour Stop 6

Oil Painting & Drawing

280 Perry Street, Unit 10 A, Peterborough


Miguel Hernandez Autorino, Why I Left, 2022, oil on canvas KAST 2022 Selections Exhibition

Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour: Selections

Jul 9, 2022 to Oct 9, 2022

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Installation view of KAST Selections exhibition. From Left: Paul Nabuurs, Bronson Smith, David Hickey

Summer Hours: The gallery is OPEN daily, Monday to Sunday, from 11am - 5pm. Admission is FREE!

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