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Gino Castellanos

Gino Castellanos

Profile Location
Knoxville , TN

Gino Castellanos is a Cuban-American printmaker who obtained his bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from Florida Atlantic University in 2020. He’s currently an artist based in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he attends UTK as a printmaking MFA candidate.

Artist Statement

As an artist, I’ve made it my purpose to use my own private experiences and extensive years of research and learning to create a body of work that tells archetypal stories that can be universal and relatable. I intend to go deeper than usual in my work and touch upon topics that are more critical and universal than whatever the current social issue might be. I strive to make my work relatable today as well as a thousand years into the future. As an immigrant that lived the first 16 years of his life in the island of Cuba, and someone who has been living in America for another 10 years, I possess a strong mix of cultures that guide my pencil with every piece that I make.

Print / Paper

Exhibitions Featuring this Artist

Una Scott
Kestutis Vasiliunas
Wesley Kramer
Nicholas Wilson
Wuon Gean Ho
Nikki Barber
Ximena Medina Sancho
Kristin Boyer
Kim Fink
Madilyn Anderson
Brady Nichols
Mara Cozzolino
Ben Bohnsack
Marga Galins
Tenjin Ikeda
Merlyn Chesterman
Nathaniel Ruleaux
Christopher Thomas
Normandie Syken
Michael DalCerro
Rich Fowler
Art Hazelwood
Savannah Crawford
Nina Jordan
Shealagh Pope
Colin Denney
Johanna Mueller
Susan Marie Brundage
Josh Winkler
Tanushree Vachharajani
Katrina Dienno
Tom Virgin
Kelly Hanning
Carol Acquilano
Cynthia Back
Holly Berry
Claire Bowman
Donna Brown
Art Brown
Christa Carleton
Gino Castellanos
Bernhard Cociancig
Ben Darling
Danielle Dewees
Gil Dickinson
James Ehlers
Ian Huebert
David Johnson
Brian Kreydatus
Jim Monson
Alexandra Motiu
Claudio Orso
Andy Owen
Agata Perzynska
Endi Poskovic
Alyssa Ringler
Catherine Rozmarynowycz
Aric Russom
Adrian Tio
Donald VanAuken
6/3/22 to 8/26/22
Print / Paper

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