Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art
Latin American Artists Information

La mujer del sombrero rojo-Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art  
"la mujer del sombrero rojo"
acrylic on canvas
"24 1/2 X 31 1/2"
US$ 2400.
  "mujer con sombrero azul"
oil on canvas
9" X 12"
US$ 1000.
Domador de elefantes-Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art   Mujer y Caballos- Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art   Nina y Elefante - Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art
"domador de elefantes"
oil on canvas
8 1/4" X 11 3/4"
US$ 400.
  "mujer y caballos"
oil on canvas
8 1/4" X 11 3/4"
US$ 400.
  "niña y elefante"
oil on canvas
8 1/4" X 11 3/4"
US$ 400.
Rostro de nina - Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art   Palomas - Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art   Rostro de mujer - Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art
"rostro de niña"
oil on canvas
8 1/4" X 11 3/4"
US$ 400.
  "palomas"
oil on canvas
8 1/4" X 11 3/4"
US$ 400.
  "rostro de mujer"
oil on canvas
8 1/4" X 11 3/4"
US$ 400.
Hombre-Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art   Mujeres-Juan Francisco Yoc LAtin American Art   Perros-Juan Francisco Yoc Latin American Art
"hombre, tortuga y perro, pg.1571"
mixed medium on book page
9 " X 12 1/2"
US$ 400.
  "mujeres, pg.1525"
mixed medium on book page
9 " X 12 1/2"
US$ 400.
  "perros, pg.1495"
mixed medium on book page
9 " X 12 1/2"
US$ 400.

About the artist:

BIOGRAPHY

Born in 1960 in Guatemala City.

Juan Francisco Yoc Cotzajay is an internationally renowned  Guatemalan artist.  He has exhibited in art galleries in Madrid, Paris, Venice, Washington, Japan, Mexico, Guatemala.
 
He belong to the new generation of artists and has been inspired by Guatemalan art luminaries such as Carlos Merida, Roberto Gonzalez Goyri, Elmar Rojas, Efrain Recinos, Dagoberto Vazquez, Humberto Garavito, Arnoldo Ramirez Amaya, Luis Diaz, among other artists who have contributed to the universal fine arts.
He attended the National School of Fine Arts in Guatemala, where he completed his studies in 1982, having exhibited in various galleries and important events in Guatemala, winning numerous awards.
 Not satisfied with his art and being extremely perfectionist, Juan Yoc "continues to create and improve"presenting art works of great intensity and high artistic quality.  His many techniques include engraving, acrylic, painting, drawing and illustration. His works start from a blank space without any preconceived ideas, he goes by intuition, surprise and improvisation.
The oniric symbolism of his paintings, influenced by the Renaissance design, convey us to a surreal world, making them unique. According to Juan Yoc "our reality is a mixture of painted dreams, like day dreaming."
 
 In 1991 he moved to Spain where he has made most of his works. For Juan Yoc his painting...is life.
 




 







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