Victor Ospina, a prominent Colombian visual artist born in Quindío in 1992, has explored the complexities of the human condition throughout his career. With a university education in Pedagogy, Social Sciences and a Master’s degree in Arts, Ospina excels in artistic currents such as abstract, conceptual, and expressionist art, mastering a variety of techniques including painting, sculpture, digital painting, and installation. His work has been exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions in Switzerland, France, Poland, the United States, Mexico, Colombia, and Ecuador, receiving recognitions such as the Germán Saldarriaga del Valle Award, which distinguishes him as one of Colombia’s top teachers, and the First Place in the XIX Quindian Artists Salon, among others. Currently based in Washington, United States, Victor Ospina continues to consolidate his position as one of the most outstanding Colombian artists, captivating global audiences with his evocative work.

"Soul is shown when it can create."

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Posted by Corey Gibson

"Critics and viewers alike have showered Ospina’s artwork with rave reviews, applauding his distinctive style that seamlessly blends tradition with modernity. His art serves as a bridge between the past and the present, offering a glimpse into the multifaceted beauty of Colombian heritage."

Yakima Herald Republic

Yakima Herald Republic

Posed by David Lynx

"Víctor is a master of art student at the University of Caldas in Manizales, Caldas, Colombia. He is a digital artist whose work has appeared in exhibitions not only in Colombia, but also Ecuador and Poland."

Cronica del Quindio

Cronica del Quindio

Posted by Maria A. Vergara

"Victor Hugo Ospina Carvajal has ventured into various national and international art scenes. His artworks reflect the social environment, local identity, and national issues.

In 2018, he received the Cafeto de Oro award as a visual artist, presented by the municipality of Armenia, and earlier this week, he won the XIX edition of the Quindian Artists Salon with his piece titled "Coremas de Colombia."


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