Fausto Olguín was born in Mexico. Mr. Olguin, fond of the Arts since childhood, began taking as an example, lessons from a political uncle, the artist Rufino Tamayo, who guided him in his youth to the use of different pictorial techniques. First, creating Arts as a hobby and then so professionally since 1960.
This September the Creative Incubator has the honor to display for the public in McAllen and nearby cities, the exhibition of paintings by Fausto Olguin. Mr. Olguin, exhibits some religious work, landscape, typical Mexican festivity, religious art and impressionism and abstract impressionism.
“I have been in many places like Mexico City and the State of Mexico, Puebla, cities like Coahuila, Nuevo Laredo and Reynosa where I participated in several group exhibits, alongside teachers as Artemio Guerra, Mari Carmen Aguirre, among others,” Said Mr. Olguin “And now as a new resident in the city of McAllen, here I am making my “Knick knacks.” Olguin said with a smile on his face.
His works will remain on display until the end of September in the Atrium of the McAllen Creative Incubator, located at 601 N Main Street in McAllen, Texas. The Incubator is open from 9 am to 6 pm daily and admission is free. All art work on display is for sale, for more information about this exhibition can contact the artist Fausto Olguín at 956-598-2434.
The McAllen Creative Incubator offers various artists the opportunity to exhibit their art. For more information on how to exhibit at the Incubator contact Laura Robles at 956-687-2787 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org