Jose Baldi artist born in Mex Tepotzotlán in 1964 his childhood was spent with modest awards in school and a career in architecture in 1982 where he discovers his profession

Inspired by the old Jesuit college view, the artist’s early work consisted mainly of watercolors and oil painting that gradually were recommending among a small group of family and friends who encouraged him to go further and thus get to exhibit in 1998 at the galleries “Alberto Misrachi” in Mexico City.

In 2000 the author consolidated has with several murals in churches and schools and with its innate ability to solve and experiment with techniques and materials has to his credit with the decoration of many first-class restaurants in Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Cancun, Miami FL, and Singapore.

In 2005 on a working visit to the decoration of the restaurant “Trio

And Casino “Jack” in Peninsula Plaza, the artist is dazzled by the high quality and artistic production of Puerto Vallarta in 2006 to finally take the difficult step of leaving

behind his well-stocked shop and start a new phase of his life in this beautiful port.

2008 he achieves a small own gallery in the Marina Vallarta but the influenza crisis forced him to close the sales drop dramatically.

During an exhibition in 2009 and 2012, the fishing club officials identified the image of the 55th and 57th Vallarta´s tournament fishing.

In June 2011opened his second own gallery, “JOSE BALDI STUDIO & GALLERY ” and later he is back to his hometown to start a new age with a new consolidated style working in a renovated studio where he now works and sends new pieces to the various galleries that display his work.

Currently, with the invaluable collaboration of friends and clients he has 22 solo exhibits and more than 3000 works sold in a career of 30 years, the work is consolidated with a technique very own and particular, produced mainly in acrylic with spatulas where the artist will delight us with a collection of landscapes, marinas, still life, the human figure, etc. all under the gaze of those who seek to share the beauty we see daily but do not admire.