Jose Acosta Hernandez


José Acosta Hernandez (given birth to San José, Cuba, 1966) can be an American artist.

Early life and education

His family members immigrated to america in 1969. Acosta continues to be creating art since his youngsters, and has constantly liked painting. In 2003, Acosta went to the Artwork Students Little league of NY on weekends to help expand his artwork education. While there, he researched with John Hultberg, who significantly affected him and allowed him to go after his creative visions.


Acosta started his professional profession as an designer in 2004, and started to show in galleries and artwork fairs. That same 12 months at his first general public show, Acosta won the very best of Show in the Dutchess Region Artwork Fair. He continuing to exhibit broadly in 2004 in several group displays. By 2010, he previously demonstrated in over 300 group displays and experienced 17 solo displays. The World Lender in Washington, DC, obtained seven of his functions in the International Caribbean Artwork Fair in NY in 2007, and in Sept 2008, the University or college of Pennsylvania obtained his painting, "Remaining Alive," to show in the artwork library. In 2008 Touro University granted him an Honorary Diploma. This year 2010 he joined up with Societe Academique Fondee En 1915 Paris France Arts-Sciences-Lettres.Acosta is represented by galleries in Puerto Rico, NY, NJ, California, and Connecticut. His functions are available in over 260 personal collections world-wide, and in lots of public selections, including: Lancôme, The Globe Bank, University or college of Pa, United Cerebral Palsy, Healthy Family members Beacon, and Touro University.