Jorge Zenó

JORGE ZENO MORALES, (1956, Washington, DC, EEUU)

Painter, draftsman, graphic artist, and sculptor. He arrived in Puerto Rico at the age of three. In 1979 he studied at the Puerto Rico School of Plastic Arts and in the workshops of Andy Bueso and Fran Cervoni. He later moved to New York, where he worked at the Printmaking Workshop. During the eighties he traveled extensively through Mexico and Europe to expand his knowledge of contemporary art and the different genre of artistic production. Without abandoning painting and graphic arts, he explored sculpture in 1992. In 1999, three of his bronze sculptures were installed in public plazas in Old San Juan, as part of the Municipal Urban Art Project. Since 1985 he has been exhibiting his work in museums, art spaces, and galleries around the world. - Source: Reyes-Very Collection

Jorge Zeno is a painter, sculptor and engraver. He studied at the School of Visual Arts of Puerto Rico. He currently lives and exhibits his work in New York and San Juan, Puerto Rico. His paintings and sculptures have been described as mysterious and playful. Born in Washington DC, Jorge Zeno then moved to Puerto Rico at age three and has remained there primarily. He studied at the National Center for the Arts in San Juan and in the early 1980s, worked in the Printmaking Workshop in New York. In Mexico, he worked with printmaker, Leo Acosta.