Born 1984 in Chihuahua, Mexico. First learned to use an airbrush while attending High School in New Mexico. He further developed his skills as a painter and sculptor while studying under such talents as Henry Paul Ally at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, where he later obtained his degree in plastic arts. In 2003, Guaderrama held his first individual exhibition titled “Liquid Dreams” at The Western Colorado Center for the Arts.
This was the turning point in the artist´s technique; what Guaderrama has referred to as “electricity”. Since then the artist has participated in fifteen individual exhibitions and twelve group exhibitions within Mexico and abroad as well as opening his memorably breath taking gallery in the beautiful San Jose Del Cabo Art district. As of recent, Guaderrama has taken a more interactive direction with his art work in an attempt to bridge the gap between artist and viewer.
An Artist’s Narrow Road
As artists, we are notoriously self-absorbed. Our creativity is centered around ourselves, and in the beginning, I was no different. I belonged to the world, it´s material mentality, and seek to only glorify myself. As time passed on, I began to feel a longing for something more. No matter my success, or how many people surrounded me I felt a deep loneliness and emptiness. My art felt uninspired, and I began to understand that something was missing. I began to seek different options, trends that others swore by and while some temporary made me feel better nothing could truly heal my soul and keep me from falling into the ways of the world.