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Pedro Hernández is a contemporary visual artist (b. 1932, Havana). Hernández’s favorite medium is wood, which he sculpts into smooth abstract pieces, but he has also produced delicate cut drawings on paper, which reflect his interest in Panamanian molas. Hernández has exhibited at the O Y Art Gallery in Coral Gables and at the Latin Network for the Visual Arts in Gales Ferry, Connecticut, where he participated in the exhibition Presenting Latin Visual Art to Southeastern Connecticut. He is the winner of a first prize award for Creativity and Collage at Tonneins-Bordeaux, France. His work is in the permanent collection of the Miami-Dade Public Library, as well as other private collections in the US.
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