news / current shows
Selected by curator Marisa Flórido Cesar through PhICA, and working with Brent Bond, master printer at Santo Press, I've created my first linocut prints. These are 5 color editions of 50. They will be available soon on the PhICA website. Click Here to find out more.
See the Virtual Version of my solo show Visitations that was originally at The Ice House March 2021. Click Here
 I have a solo show opening at the Ice HouseMarch 5th 2021. 6pm to midnight. 
429 W. Jackson St Phoenix, AZ 85003
Large scale works

My painting "Tender Tendrils" got accepted into the Arizona Biennial by juror Joe Baker, Director of the Mashentucket Pequot Museum and Research Center in Ledyard, Connecticut. The Arizona Biennial is the oldest running state-wide juried exhibition that features exclusively Arizona artists.
See the show at the Tucson Museum of Art in Tucson, AZ. Due to Covid-19 the dates of this exhibition have moved to a later time (the original dates were July 3 – September 20, 2020). The new exhibition dates are October 2, 2020 to January 10, 2020.​​​​​​​ 

My exhibition with Fausto that was cancelled due to the VIDs got UNCANCELLED by the mighty Grant Vetter and artlink. Now it's at The Mood Room and opens Saturday August 15th from 630-930 and by appointment.

3121 N 3rd Ave. Suite 100, Phoenix, Arizona, 85013

ABSTRACT JOURNEYS OF MUTATION curated by Wendy Raisanen — with Fausto FernandezGrant Vetter and Wendy Raisanen at Mood Room.

Abstract Journeys of Mutations: Fausto Fernandez and Bill Dambrova. Due to Covid, the exhibition is now Online. Click Here to View

I Hear What You Are Seeing: Group Exhibition at Scottsdale Civic Center. Due to Covid the exhibition is now online. Click Here to View.

My painting, YOU ARE THE NEXT TO BE EATEN is currently on view at The Tucson Museum of Art in the Sandra and Robert Maxfield Gallery. The exhibition showcases artworks from 1970 to the present by contemporary artists who have lived in the region contributing to the discourse of the area.

Art on a Cellular Level at Sky Harbor Terminal 4 - On view through June 14th 2020.                             photo by Fausto Fernandez
Art on a Cellular Level