Hector Oviedo started attending First Street Gallery Art center in 1990. Hector’s stylized drawings reveal an array of images in original and complex compositional designs. Common themes include animals and iconic figures, often inspired by old master paintings or religious souvenirs. No matter what the imagery, Hector’s work always exemplifies his passion and devotion for art. His favorite medium is colored pencil, though he occasionally paints with watercolor and often works in ceramics. Hector has exhibited widely throughout the United States including 9 from Outside, at Gensler Architect, Santa Monica, CA, Joy Moos Gallery in Miami, and the Folk Tree in Pasadena. Hector’s first solo exhibition, God Drawings, was in 1997, at First Street Gallery Art Center. His drawings were recently published in “Faultline,” an annual journal of art and literature distributed by the University of California, Irvine. Hector was born in 1972. He resides in Southern California and is an avid Los Angeles Dodgers fan.