Studied drawing and painting techniques at the Art Academy of the San Ignacio School, in Medellin, Colombia, with master Gabriel Duque S.J. Paints since 1971. His work has been collected in different countries like Colombia, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Ecuador, Spain, Italy, Argentina, United Kingdom, Denmark, Canada, China, USA, and other countries.
Jorge has had 30 individual exhibits at: National Gallery of Art, Museum of the Honduran Man, Spanish Cultural Center, French Alliance (Tegucigalpa), Honduras; San Pedrano Cultural Center (San Pedro Sula), Honduras; House of Italy, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Patronato Pro-Patrimonio Cultural and La Pinacoteca Gallery (San Salvador), El Salvador; French Alliance of Bogota, Bucaramanga and Manizales, Antioquia University Museum (Medellin), Caldas University Center of Museums (Manizales), Confandi Cultural Center (Cali), House of Escribano Don Juan de Vargas Museum (Tunja), Colombia. French Alliance of Managua and Leon, Codice Gallery, (Managua) and Municipal Library (Esteli), Nicaragua; Cultural Center El Sitio (Antigua), Guatemala; Sala Aires (Cordoba) Spain; Gallery ExG (Pälkäne) Finland; Hispanic Cultural Festival, Fairgrounds, Columbus Junction, Iowa; Kunstinitiatief L5, Hoek Stedelijk Museum, Roermond, The Netherlands and Art Club, Dhaka, Bangladesh and Zonadearte, Buenos Aires, Argentina..
Jorge has participated in thirty-four collective exhibits at Peru, Spain, Argentina, Canada, Uruguay, Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, France, Colombia, Honduras, Panama, Mexico, Italy, The Netherlands, USA, Dominican Republic and Brazil and several international projects.
Collected at the Museum of the Honduran Man, National Gallery of Art, Honduran Institute of Hispanic Culture, Inter-american Institute of Culture, Honduras; Candido Bido Museum, Dominican Republic; International Center of Contemporary Art, Cordoba, Spain; Tegucigalpa, Honduras and other collections.
Jorge has undergrad studies in agronomy and post grad studies in Public Administration (MPA, Harvard University) and Business Administration. Currently Jorge is the Director of the Regional Institute of Biodiversity of Central America.
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