Fernando Andriacci is a young painter, originally from Cuicatlán, in Oaxaca, Mexico. In his professional training he has dedicated himself to the field of art and its expressions, considering both practical and theoretical notions, but without a doubt, it is his participation as founder of the Rodolfo Nieto Workshop of Municipal Plastic Arts and Monumental Painting, which gives him the necessary impetus to define his way of making art and mark his career as a painter. The operation of the workshop was oriented to the creation of works, generally murals in public spaces and government buildings, so it enjoyed enough freedom to consolidate its own genre.
In the Oaxaca region, he lives and knows an important movement for artistic renewal, in which figures such as Francisco Toledo, Rufino Tamayo and Rodolfo Nieto, among others, stand out. It is not a coincidence that the natural and cultural environment influenced the work of each one of them, leaving its mark on Mexican art. Andriacci admits, more than artistic influences, influences derived from sharing a unique context and space.
He is distinguished for his work in painting, ceramics, and mural work. In his work animal and vegetable figures predominate, richly dressed with smaller ones and with designs that are inserted into the decorative. The zoomorphic representations become an own bestiary that recreates the dimension of the fantastic.