Miguel Hernandez Autorino

Gray scale oil painting by Miguel Hernandez featuring a school of fish underwater.

Around the Sun, 2020, oil on canvas, 24″ x 24″

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About the artist:

Miguel Hernandez Autorino is a Venezuelan artist and designer living in Peterborough, Canada since 2014. Miguel creates oil paintings, pencil drawings and murals. He has participated in multiple First Friday Art Crawls and a juried show “Why the @#&! Do you paint? All those lines,” at The Gladstone Hotel.

In the last year, Miguel has created multiple public pieces in downtown Peterborough. Notably, his artwork can be seen in PRHC, the Peterborough Public Health Unit, and The New Canadians Centre. Throughout the year, Miguel teaches one-on-one private 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 of the New Canadians Centre.

Miguel paints everyday at his studio, selling commissions and painting his interests.

Interior view of Miguel Hernandez's studio. Various workstations, paintings, and art supplies in a loft.

Miguel Hernandez Autorino shares a studio space with Victoria Wallace.

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

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