He graduated in restoration of cultural property by the ENCRyM. Art Master and PhD in architecture from the UNAM. With academic experience in art and technology novohispanos, specialist timber structures and building systems. He has taught applied technology of polychrome wood restoration in ENCRyM. He has developed projects for conservation and restoration with imagery and painting altarpieces, for sites of Tlaxcala, Queretaro, Oaxaca, Yucatan, and Edo. de México.
He has presented papers and written publications on conservation and technological experimentation wooden structures, size, painting and construction of altarpieces. Research Develops artistic production in Novo-Hispanic Evangelization particularly colonial imagery. His artistic work has focused on the development and testing of the traditional techniques of wood carving and polychrome, gilded wooden altarpiece made and imagery stewed. currently works downtown as a researcher Hidalgo INAH expert restorer.
Rolando de la Peña
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Rolando De La Peña Rivera, called Role, Rolan or Rolis by loved ones and friends and Lord Roland by some children and adolescents (irreverent but respectful) was born 37 summers within a Mexican family of artists.
At an early age became "Collector amazement", meager pockets proved him to attempt to cover the universe of forms, textures and colors were the way pupils. To this had his hands, jealously guarding any number of fascinating and magical objects; Park stones, river or asphalt, trash, multicolored marbles, land courted by rain, chewing gum for pubescent love. Two pentagrams were and continue to be your hands, sentinels of a firmament of dreams. Perhaps always knew, from the womb or even earlier. "Hierophanies Collector" would be his office, refer you to honor and serve his neighbor and himself through art, their vocation.
Rolando de la Peña
Sampling designs in jewelry. The variety of materials that work, allows me to select textures, specific shapes and colors designed for each piece, which happens to be one of a kind. My search has been a constant since 10 years old, which enabled delight in providing women with a taste for cutting-edge garments wear my originality and beauty.
The materials I use are semiprecious stones and are of a kind close 130 varieties, and color tones, brightness and opacity; as a small example mentioned: Calcedonias, Alexandrite, Tiger Eye, Zircon, Agates, Amethyst etc., my fascination with other elements such as silver, lumber, pewter, resins or other evidence to translate my ideas, carriers are to me inspiration and dreams to design jewelry, I want to share my work with great passion. Sagebrush.
Saul Rivera Gallery