Carlos Medina is a multifaceted Abstract and Constructivist artist; mostly known for his sculptural works in metal, wood, and stone. Medina draws, paints, and creates large spatial installations in public places and works on tapestry, resins, polymers, mixed media, etc.
A native of Poland, the artist graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow in 1975, she also studied at Centre Contemporaine de Gravure in Geneva, Switzerland. From 1975 to 1983 Gabriela Morawetz resided in Venezuela since 1983 she lives and works in Paris.
Jonidel Mendoza is emerging as one of the promising new talents in Venezuelan art. His work transitions mainly between drawing and sculpture. Mendoza uses a variety of materials including industrial fiberglass nettings, aluminum micro-perforated stripes, metallic mesh, platen and wire for his human lightweight shadow figures.