To Top

Meet Ernesto Gutierrez Moya

Today we’d like to introduce you to Ernesto Gutierrez Moya.

Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?
I come from Cuba in which I studied for 4 years at the San Alejandro art academy. In Cuba, I was able to make several collective exhibitions and a personal one. After graduating, I worked as a teacher for two years. When I came to Miami, I had to be born again or rather start from scratch. I had to work on different things not related to art, but always with the goal of bringing art first. Although receiving the NO in different competitions and galleries, I stayed and I still stand firm to my objective. Already in a few years in the U.S I managed to get out in 3 art magazines and five exhibitions. I am very young in this great country, but with a dream of triumph in art and an unbreakable desire to achieve it.

Please tell us about your art.
I have always been interested in creating and representing my personal world. Over the years I have seen how it has evolved and changed aesthetically. I realized that my irrational and ambiguous spaces had transmitted the same concern in the viewer “HERE GOES SOMETHING RARE.” I always try to achieve shapes, structures and rare spaces where there are no traces of people, to convey more mystery. It is the construction of a world without rules. Although I have always dabbled in drawing and painting, nowadays my work is directed towards the incursion and the magic of the lines. I only wait for the patience of the spectator, since my work is not a single glance.

Do you have any advice for other artists? Any lessons you wished you learned earlier?
As advice, we have to persist in our dreams and as a lesson, the same word “persist.”

How or where can people see your work? How can people support your work?
My web : and Instagram : ernestogutierrezmoya

Contact Info:

Image Credit:
-Exhibition personal : Endless Space , Vargas Gallery
-Wynwood Juried Show, Curator’s Voice Art Project
-Spectrum Miami (Art Fair)

Getting in touch: VoyageMIA is built on recommendations from the community; it’s how we uncover hidden gems, so if you know someone who deserves recognition please let us know here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

More in

  • Miami’s Most Inspiring Stories

    Every neighborhood in South Florida has its own vibe, style, culture and history, but what consistently amazes us is not what...

    Local StoriesAugust 18, 2022
  • The Folks Solving The Problems You Need Solved

    One of the most important benefits of a thriving small business ecosystem is the myriad of problems of niche issues that...

    Local StoriesOctober 31, 2021
  • Community Member Spotlights

    It’s more important to understand someone than to judge them. We think the first step to understanding someone is asking them...

    Local StoriesOctober 4, 2021
  • Introverted Entrepreneur Success Stories: Episode 4

    Voyage is excited to present episode 4 of The Introverted Entrepreneur Success Stories show with our wonderful host and sales expert...

    Local StoriesOctober 3, 2021
  • Daily Inspiration: Meet Carly Cartaya

    Today we’d like to introduce you to Carly Cartaya. Carly, we appreciate you taking the time to share your story with...

    Local StoriesSeptember 13, 2021
  • Community Highlights:

    The community highlights series is one that our team is very excited about.  We’ve always wanted to foster certain habits within...

    Local StoriesSeptember 8, 2021
  • Heart to Heart with Whitley: Episode 4

    You are going to love our next episode where Whitley interviews the incredibly successful, articulate and inspiring Monica Stockhausen. If you...

    Whitley PorterSeptember 1, 2021
  • Introverted Entrepreneur Success Stories: Episode 3

    We are thrilled to present Introverted Entrepreneur Success Stories, a show we’ve launched with sales and marketing expert Aleasha Bahr. Aleasha...

    Local StoriesAugust 25, 2021
  • Community Member Spotlights

    It’s more important to understand someone than to judge them. We think the first step to understanding someone is asking them...

    Local StoriesAugust 9, 2021