Carlos Chaclan Latin American Art
Latin American Artists Information

 
Carlos Chaclan - Organica
Carlos Chaclan Latin American Art

    "organica"
ceramic sculpture
21 1/4" H x 7"W x 7"D
US$ 670.
"angel morena"
ceramic sculpture
16 1/4" H X 11"W x 12"D
US$ 1070.
 

 


About the artist:

Born in Totonicapan, Guatemala in 1955

Studies

Ceramic studies at the Center for Studies of Artisan Crafts, Totonicapan, Guatemala
Art courses at the National School of Fine Arts, Guatemala City,
Course of Pre-Columbian and Colonial Ceramic Restoration, Panama City, Panama (O.E.A. Scholarship)
Course of Pre-Columbian Ceramic Restoration, Lima, Peru, (UNESCO Scholarship)
School of Ceramics and Porcelains, Toluca, Mexico (M.O.A. Japan, Scholarship)
Course of Colonial Ceramic Restoration, Antigua Guatemala,

Individual Shows

Watercolor Art Show, Panama City, Panama in 1983
Ceramic Art Show at the House of Culture, Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala in 1985
Experimental Ceramics at Forum Art Gallery, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1986
Contemporary Ceramics at Forum Art Gallery, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1987
Ceramic Expression at Forum Art Gallery, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1989
Cormosa Art Gallery, Mexico D.F. Mexico in 1991
Enigmatic Ceramic Series at Forum Art Gallery, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1992
Fruits of Clay at Forum Art Gallery, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1996
Sculpting Art Show, House of Culture, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala in 1997
“Water, Earth and Fire”, Rocio Quiroa Art Gallery, Guatemala City, Guatemala; La Galeria Art Gallery, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala; La Antigua Art Gallery, Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala; La Casa, Cultural Center, San Salvador, El Salvador in 1998

Group Shows

National School of Fine Art 1975-1980
Ceramics V Generation, Cultural Center, Mexico D.F. Mexico in 1991
XIII Anniversary, Forum Art Gallery, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1993
French Alliance, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1994
Juannio Art Auction, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1994-1997
Monet Art Gallery, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1995
Rotario Club Art Auction, Guatemala City, Guatemala in 1997

 

He has won many awards and mentions of honor for the quality, originality and fluid lines of his work that possesses a life of his own. Through the movement and lines of his work he talks about the Guatemalan people their every day life and their social struggle.

 










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