Conchi Sánchez or, known by her artistic name, C. San, is a Mexican painter and sculptor, she has exhibited her works in the United States, Spain, Cuba, and Mexico.
Her works are characterized by their color, their very Mexican spirit, their dynamic forms, and a somewhat surrealist style.
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Conchi Sánchez, known by her artistic name, C. San, is a Mexican painter and sculptor. She has exhibited her works in the United States, Spain, Cuba, and Mexico. Her works are characterized by their color, their very Mexican spirit, their dynamic forms, and a somewhat surrealist style.
Dental Surgeon by profession, C. San went on to receive a Master’s in Educational Sciences. During this period, she fell in love with art and began to take drawing and painting classes in La Escuela de Bellas Artes and CEDART, and later with the painter Adita Molina in Mexico City. She continued to study painting and sculpture under the tutelage of painter Julio Cortez.
C.SAN is dedicated to the development and evolution of mixtures of materials, especially, plastics, to obtain the richest and most colorful textures. Her work, with surrealism and abstracts, defines the sensitivity of the human being, where the brush gives life to her dreams in combination with the joy of being Mexican. To speak of C.SAN is to speak of surreal color and texture, of abstract dreams, of happy faces on fish, birds, and of course, people. In essence, scenes from everyday life, but giving it her personal touch.
With exhibitions in New York, Havana, Huelva (Spain), Mexico City, and in various states of the Republic, her art has become part of many private collections in France, Italy, Canada, the United States, Cuba, and Venezuela. She is currently part of the Board of the "Corredor Internacional de las Artes" of Mérida. C.San is also a member of the Mexican Society of Authors and Artists of Plastic. She manages her gallery; Art Cuarenta Y Cuatro Mart, in the city of Mérida, where she permanently exhibits her work and teaches her techniques to new artists.