Fernando
UREÑA RIB

 

AQUEOUS

ABSTRACT

ART MIAMI

GAZZETTE REVIEW

BIOGRAPHY

DANIELLE DEGARIE

DOROTA KOZINSKA

DELIRIUMS OF

LÚDICA

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ERICK ALLEN

FERTILITY DANCES

GALLERY

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NUDES

ORGANIC FORMS

SCOTT DUPERRON

STEPHEN D.KAPLAN

 

 

 
DOMINICAN ART

 

FERNANDO UREÑA RIB

the last metamorphosis

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Organic Abstactions by Fernando Urena Rib

 

 

ABSTRACCION ORGANICA. OIL ON CANVAS BY FERNANDO UREÑA RIB. PRIVATE COLLECTION

 

THE  LAST METAMORPHOSIS OF FERNANDO UREÑA RIB

Fernando Ureña Rib has been, in the past Two years, a very different painter from the youth of the seventies. Despite the fact the returns to his sporadically previous style as a necessary exercise of his vocation. Proving (to himself as well as to others) that he remains capable of the accuracy characteristic of portraiture and realism. We believe in the silent, cautious, even guarded evolutionary process that leads to a strong and mature expression. It is extremely rare to find a sudden leap from one style to its contrast with successful plastic results.

Marianne de Tolentino  Santo Domingo, 1992


 

 

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Born in La Romana, Dominican Republic, in 1951, Fernando Ureña Rib began his Art training at the Age of twelve cumulating with a degree and designation as Professor of Drawing from the National School of Fine Arts in Santo Domingo. (1968) During his post graduate work he studied with Jaime Colson, a recognized master of Dominican Painting (1969-1971) In the early seventies he lived and studied in Spain. (1973-1976) During this time he traveled extensively throughout Europe and North Africa developing a more comprehensive understanding of fine Arts as cultural expression.

In 1977 he received an invitation from the State Department of the United States to acquaint himself with the major museums, universities Art schools and galleries of this country. Returning to the Dominican Republic he was named Director of the Art Department of APEC University (1978) and later he was appointed Public Relations Director of the National Museum of Modern Art (1981) He is a past president of the Dominican Artist Association. (1992-1994) Fernando Ureña Rib’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in Madrid, Soria, Malaga, Ponce, Bonn, Mainz, Bad Kissingen, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Rome, Paris, London, Frankfurt, Munich, Brussels, San Juan, Miami, Ottawa, Quebec City, Montreal, Bogota, Caracas, Santiago, New York, Detroit, Chicago, and Santo Domingo 

Fernando Ureña Rib is a former President of the Dominican Artist Association, member of AICA, (Association International de Critiques d' Art, Paris) and AIAP (Association International des Artistes Plastiques, Paris

 

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