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González, Adelino
Adelino González
(San Germán, P.R., 1955)

Escultor, pintor, dibujante y profesor. En 1978 completó su Bachillerato en Escultura en la Escuela de Artes Plásticas de Puerto Rico y en 1982 su Maestría en Dibujo con concentración en Escultura de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Ha realizado varias exhibiciones individuales y ha participado en diversas colectivas en Puerto Rico. Sus esculturas forman parte de colecciones y espacios públicos; entre ellas Cangrejos, escultura funcional de bancos públicos en Santurce. Ha realizado otros proyectos de arte público en Fajardo, San Sebastián, Añasco y Humacao. Es profesor en la Escuela de Artes Plásticas de Puerto Rico. La Asociación Internacional de Críticos de Arte, Capítulo de Puerto Rico, le ha otorgado en dos ocasiones el premio a la mejor exhibición del año (1996 y 2004). En su obra escultórica fusiona diversos materiales como piedra, madera, metal y objetos encontrados; a veces aplica pátinas, óxidos y tintes a sus superficies. Un motivo frecuente en su obra es la guanábana.

Adelino González, (San Germán, P.R., 1955)

Sculptor, painter, draftsman, and professor. In 1978 he completed his Bachelor of Arts in Sculpture at the Puerto Rico School of Plastic Arts, and in 1982 his Master of Arts in Drawing, with a major in Sculpture, from the Universidad Complutense in Madrid. He has held several individual exhibitions and has participated in various collective exhibitions in Puerto Rico. His sculptures can be bound in collections and public spaces; among them Cangrejos (Crabs), a functional sculpture of public benches in Santurce. He has also created other public art projects in Fajardo, San Sebastián, Añasco, and Humacao. He is a professor at the Puerto Rico School of Plastic Arts. The Puerto Rico Chapter of the International Association of Art Critics has twice awarded him best exhibition of the year (in 1996 and 2004). His sculptural work fuses materials as diverse as stone, wood, metal, and found objects; he sometimes applies patinas, oxides, and tints to his surfaces. A frequent motif in his pieces is the soursop.
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