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Julio Cesar Ortiz
Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibition
at Plainfield Public Library
September & October 2012

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Born in 1975 in a farming village in northern Honduras, Julio Cesar Ortiz discovered his artistic talent for drawing and painting in elementary school. Following elementary school graduation, Julio started his artistic training with three years of correspondence enrollment in the Modern Art School in Miami, where he earned a degree in drawing. He then studied and attended workshops with distinguished Honduran painters. After a few years he began painting on his own and developed his unique style. While living in Honduras, Julio participated in several exhibitions with other national well-known artists. In 1996 Julio immigrated to United States, and embarked in a new phase in his artistic career. Julio, a North Plainfield resident, has been in several art shows in New Jersey.




Artisitc Exhibits and Awards

2012 Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibition at Plainfield Public Library
2010 Small collective Christmas art show at Swains Galleries
2003 Certificate of award at the 40th Annual Plainfield Art Festival by Rotary club Plainfield/North Plainfield
2002 Solo art show at the Plainfield Public library In celebration of hispanic heritage
1998 Solo exhibit at Mortimer Art Gallery in Gladstone, New Jersey
1997 Art exhibit sponsor by the Plainfield chapter of the Black United Fund
1997 Featured Hispanic artist at the Plainfield Public Library
1997 First place in professional category at the 34th Annual Plainfield Art Show Festival
1996 Exhibit at Gallery Casa del Sol in San Pedro Sula Honduras
1996 Group art show at the hotel Copan Sula with the Association of Visual Artists of Honduras
1996 Exhibit at Casa de la Cultura in Zacapa Guatemala CentralAmerica

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